best car polish

  iqs 21:01 23 May 09


I have a 99 vectra which need some TLC,and a nice polish.
Its been a while since I bought any brand of car polish,so which should I buy?.

  Belatucadrus 21:24 23 May 09
  rdave13 21:34 23 May 09

Turtle Wax Platinum. Bit expensive but worth it I think.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 21:50 23 May 09

I have a friend who cleans high-end cars for a living (many of the Man Utd., Blackburn and BWFC players). He only uses Meguiars and will not use any other as he regards them as here Their website is particulary good with lots of advice.


  BigRik 22:01 23 May 09

Autoglym's Super Resin Polish, and if your feeling a little more energetic, Autoglym's Ultra Gloss on top of that to finish.

But then I don't know anyone who further pampers Premiership footballers, so take your pick!

  Al94 22:17 23 May 09

Totally agree with Gandalf's friend, fantastic products which I started to use last year and wish I'd discovered earlier.

  rdave13 22:31 23 May 09

Ta for the tip.

  Stuartli 23:55 23 May 09

But is it really worth using other than AutoGlym (excellent products) or Turtle Wax on a 10-year-old car?

AutoGlym Super Resin Polish has a mild T-cut type action and the gloss polish afterwards will help to keep the new shine in good order.

  Forum Editor 00:24 24 May 09

That's the stuff I've been looking for. A client mentioned it to me, but I had forgotten the name. Some is on its way to me now.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 00:42 24 May 09

...and if you want to be real cool, this is the stuff to here


  Quickbeam 08:45 24 May 09

If you get carried away, you'll turn your car into a mockup... click here

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