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steviejoiner74 wrote:
It’s not really waterless as it’s mostly water.....honestly it really does work,I was sceptical about it and used it after washing as it’s a good product for shining the car up on its own but I’ve since used as my all in cleaner now and it’s washed the car when really filthy and never scratched the car.


I'd like to see a close up of your car, bet it's got loads of "micro" scratches. Pics ??

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steviejoiner74 wrote:
It’s not really waterless as it’s mostly water.....honestly it really does work,I was sceptical about it and used it after washing as it’s a good product for shining the car up on its own but I’ve since used as my all in cleaner now and it’s washed the car when really filthy and never scratched the car.


I'd like to see a close up of your car, bet it's got loads of "micro" scratches. Pics ??


I’ll take a pic of the paintwork as soon as possible wine-o :thumbright:

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as an aside a lot off these car washes are part off the self employed economy the government raves on about in reducing the unemployment stastistict and helping the self employed
as the shortfall in wages is made up by the state and the comanies get large amounts off "help " to encourage them often with "reduced " levels off proof or checks as reducing the unemployment stastitics are more important than value for money from the taxpayer or benefits point off veiw :scratch:

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