Links to valeting supplier sites

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Phil
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Links to valeting supplier sites

Post by Phil » Fri 19 Mar, 2004 12:28

If you are aware of any other useful sites, please post a reply with the details and I will incorporate them.

<hr>Meguiars UK: http://www.meguiars.co.uk Online shop http://www.meguiars.co.uk/acatalog/index.html
Meguiars US: http://www.meguiars.com
Zymöl UK: http://www.sportscarworld.ltd.uk
Zymöl US: http://www.zymol.com
Autopia Car Care: http://www.autopia-carcare.com/
Car Care Online: http://www.carcareonline.com/

RainX for windscreens: http://www.rainx.com/
Softtop renovation: http://www.renovouk.com/

Autosharp touchup pens: http://www.autovisuals.com/
Chips away: http://www.chipsaway.co.uk
Langka: http://www.langka.com/
Paint protection: http://www.splashgroup.co.uk/motor.html

Spit and Polish: http://www.spitandpolish.co.uk
Wicked Wheels: http://www.wickedwheels.co.uk/

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TonyCal
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Post by TonyCal » Fri 19 Mar, 2004 15:16

One here for the soft top Tim
http://www.renovouk.com
They do cleaner, recolour, proofer and rear window cleaner

sportscarman
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morethanpolish.com

Post by sportscarman » Thu 25 Mar, 2004 18:12

sell lots of good stuff - Race Glaze, Swissol, car covers, plastic rear screen restorer ( top stuff apparently) and speed cameras gear - boy do I hate Gordons stealth tax collecting machines......

http://www.morethanpolish.com

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Zmeagol
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Location: Putney

Post by Zmeagol » Wed 23 Jun, 2004 11:55

Roadfly valetting message board: http://bimmer.roadfly.org/bmw/forums/detailing/

Classic Motoring Accessories: http://www.properautocare.com/

greg_ch
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Post by greg_ch » Wed 23 Jun, 2004 17:06

For high quality hand made products try:

http://www.swissol.com/E/GB/Home.htm

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Post by DavidM » Wed 23 Jun, 2004 19:37

greg_ch wrote:For high quality hand made products try:

http://www.swissol.com/E/GB/Home.htm
Swissol are probably fine - but I would steer clear of Mr Underwood (WaxWizard) and his handmade products - a few of us here have had experience of him in the past - it's not an experience worth repeating - unless the leopard has changed it's spots
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greg_ch
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Post by greg_ch » Wed 23 Jun, 2004 22:16

DavidM (King Of Chrome) wrote:Swissol are probably fine - but I would steer clear of Mr Underwood (WaxWizard) and his handmade products - a few of us here have had experience of him in the past
I have found the products to be excellent on my jet black Z4, especialy the pre wax cleaner and wax (Saphir). I live quite close to Swizöl so drop in to the factory and buy the products direct.

I have never used the waxwizards services so I can't comment.

plowy
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Post by plowy » Sun 03 Dec, 2006 09:57

This one is a friend of mine, his work is amazing and he is willing to offer forum members 10% discount if you mention me, have a look at his web site..........

www.elitedetailer.co.uk


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Jonttt
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Post by Jonttt » Sun 25 Jan, 2009 18:44

http://www.offyourmarks.com/

I went over to see Matt from this forum who owns the place over there this weekend. What a nice guy with a great setup. Just outside Liverpool city centre, well worth a trip if your visiting Liverpool this summer. There is an extensive stock of pro cleaning products as well. His early Z3m is immaculate.

Highly recommended

ps scroll down this thread to see how good his work is,
http://www.zroadster.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=19237

His e36 M3 is perfect

Matt if you read this cheers for sparing a novice at this detailing game some time and the free cuppa :D will email you to get mine booked in for a bit of TLC this easter.
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Post by Justin Time » Thu 02 Apr, 2009 01:12

Monza Car Care recently supplied me with a good stockpile of detailing sprays and polishes/compounds. Good timely service at a nice price and well packaged.
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Post by Guest » Thu 12 Nov, 2009 21:25

www.polishedbliss.co.uk

Superb site, based locally to me in Aberdeen. They have a very extensive help section open to anyone, and of course, they do mail order.

They stock some very VERY good products, and are always very helpful whenever I have called/popped in.

Highly recommended! :thumb:

MarkOliver
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Post by MarkOliver » Fri 13 Nov, 2009 19:28

www.detailingworld.co.uk

Everything you need and more (you can see work from all the best UK detailers in the showroom...PolishedBliss, Offyourmarks etc)

Takes cleaning your car to a new level.

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