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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11th October 2009, 09:50 Thread Starter
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Smile Anyone used ClearKote Red Moose Machine Glaze

Morning,

So its time for me to buy a new glaze for the red paint work, and just wondered if anyone is using the ClearKote Red Moose Machine Glaze on there CTR.

Used to the Blackhole version on my old Black ST with brilliant results.

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would be interested to hear any reviews before i purchase

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i will prob get it from clean your car as i have some credits to use up.

looking for more reviews, only found 1 so far on detailing world

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Do you have a machine polisher Dal?
Cleakote do not recommend application by hand
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I do indeed, used to use a rotary now use a DA polisher.
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Ordered some of this stuff and also went for the Valet Pro - Billberry Wheel cleaner.

never known a car to make so much brake dust

Will give it a go this weekend and put up some detailing pics

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Hi Dal

I agree lots of brake dust!

You sound pretty experienced at 'cleaning' so you probably already know this......

But my wifes car is now two months old. I just use an alloy wheel protector on the wheels and then wash them regularly with a hose/warm water & car shampoo/and dry off with a cloth. I put on a couple of coats of the protector to begin with and have then topped it up every couple of weeks. I haven't needed to use an alloy wheel cleaner once yet - and the wheels still look as new.

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Hi Dal

I agree lots of brake dust!

You sound pretty experienced at 'cleaning' so you probably already know this......

But my wifes car is now two months old. I just use an alloy wheel protector on the wheels and then wash them regularly with a hose/warm water & car shampoo/and dry off with a cloth. I put on a couple of coats of the protector to begin with and have then topped it up every couple of weeks. I haven't needed to use an alloy wheel cleaner once yet - and the wheels still look as new.

Hope this might help

Indeed fella always good to put some protection on the alloys ( i only washed the CTR for the first time at the weekend)

I use this to get the rubbish off -
http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels.../prod_499.html

and then use this to protect them -
http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels...nt/prod_9.html

If you run out of your wheel protector a coat of polish like SRP will do the trick

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