WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

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WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby lozz » Sat Dec 07, 2013 4:15 pm

Waxybox

anyone used it?
is it anygood?

link http://www.waxybox.co.uk/waxyblog/waxyb ... er-photos/

was thinking of trying see if its any good
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Re: WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby Waxman » Sun Dec 08, 2013 3:23 pm

They put together a nice set - mainly samples of bigger products in 1 box.

They use pretty much well known products.

All good stuff really - is there anything your particularly after ? :wink:
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Re: WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby lozz » Sun Dec 08, 2013 7:47 pm

iwas just looking for products,for the mrs to use on her car.
the kit looked ok so I thought id ask, 8)

Inormaly just use , Merr. g3 . Megs etc. Sonax/ greased lightning if im feeling lazy. :oops:

ineed something for fallout. is ironX any good ?


thanks :D
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Re: WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby Waxman » Mon Dec 09, 2013 1:03 pm

Yes it will be a nice kit.

IronX is very effective. - However and due to the chemical composition of these products, I'd suggest using protective disposable gloves for your hands and the smell... Oh my life, think of 6 year old sweating roses meets a hairdressers kitbag ( ammonia ).


Bloody good product, very effective and does what it says, just don't whiff it. :wink:

Greased Lightning lol > Instead of using that, get a can of Mr Pledge as it's full of the same amount of silicon blurgh.
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Re: WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby lozz » Mon Dec 09, 2013 1:12 pm

Thanks Waxman. :D
ionly use the Greasedlightning now and again .. its ok ish for a quick job'.

just orderd some poorboys stuff and some ironX. iwill give that atry.
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Re: WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby Waxman » Tue Dec 10, 2013 2:28 am

Cool :wink:

Also for fallout remover, you'd need something for tar spots.

Either clay as normal or hunt down your local Autosmart rep and get hold of some 'Tardis' - Again it's a spray on, leave for a minute then wipe off.

Every now and then I come across a car that's so bad with contamination , I need all 3 to get the paint in a decent condition before machining etc. :supafrisk:
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Re: WaxyBox?? (car detailing related!)

Postby lozz » Tue Dec 10, 2013 1:30 pm

Cheers mate.

that's something ido need., Tar remover.

thanks :wink:
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