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So... how do you clean yours??

Mukki993

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Hi Guys,

I'm using a good selection of products from a company called Meguiar's (www.meguiars.co.uk) and my car looks pretty good, but it doesn't shine like the showroom cars.

Are any of you using amazing product? Also how do you get the exhaust back to it's original state instead of sh*tting brown?

Mukki 993 Targa '97


Migration info. Legacy thread was 2047
 
Incero have a range of UK sourced care cleaning, valeting and finishing products. The founders of Incero are Porsche fanatics and have brought together the best of each product type into a a cohensive range. From Hard Wax to Wheel Cleaners they only sell the products they use on their own cars. The site at
www.incero.com
is well worth a look. The company advertises in and has been commended in both Porsche Post and Porsche & 911 World. See the current issue of the latter magazine for a product review by Richard Long in the Running Reports section.

regards

Peter Skelton

Founder Incero Ltd.






Migration info. Legacy thread was 2050
 
Hi Mukki,

I use Zymol wash every week and their HD-Cleanse and Carbon Wax every couple of months. I also a Meguiars clay bar before every wax to get the gound-in dirt out of the paintwork.

Works for me!! The wax is also fantastic at repelling flies in the summer


Migration info. Legacy thread was 2051
 
Zymol is the cleaning god! Takes a good full afternoon to do a proper job but it's well worth it.

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