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avimore

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    2016
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    A5 Sportback
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  1. Same here. The majority of the towels I have are from TRC and I've never had an issue with them. Customer service has been excellent also.
  2. Thanks guys, I'll try some compound/polish and see how that goes.
  3. Hi guys, I'm going to detail a car for a family member but it has some damage caused by a car cover while the car was left outside (pictures attached). I've never dealt with something like this so I'm wondering what the best way to tackle this is? Should I try and hit these areas with the polisher or would it cause further damage? Thanks.
  4. After the wash, do you have to dry the car? Or can you spray iron remover on wet paint without blocking its effectiveness?
  5. No problem, the size of the storage tubs are 345 x 255 x 145 (mm). Here is the link for them: https://www.bunnings.com.au/ezy-storage-8l-grey-storage-tub_p2583408 Unfortunately the place where I bought them from won't help you much as I'm in Australia. But if you ever find yourself in my neck of the woods, I got them from here
  6. I bought it, then made some minor additions to it. Here is the original topic:
  7. Thank you for passing along some holiday cheer, really appreciate it. One of many reasons why this community is so great!
  8. I'll take another shot at this... you used the beginning of the Fibonacci sequence (1, 1, 2, 3...)
  9. Staying with this sequence, all of those products also equal 240 oz.
  10. Nice ride! Now you'll have to change your forum name also
  11. There is some confusion on this and I don't think there is a wrong answer. Here is my view... My logic is to use the UPDT as a softer and larger version of the green glass towel. I use the longer weave facing the surface first to more effectively remove any dirt or soap that I may have missed during the wash. I then go over the car with the thin side facing the surface for a streak free finish. I know it says on the Adam's website to use it thin side down, although here is the flip side (from Adam's also): Can I also add that this is by far the best drying towel I have ever used. Every time I use it I can't believe how much water it soaks up.
  12. Well done, Chris! I can't believe how dirty those floormats were. I did a double-take because I originally thought they were black in that 3rd picture
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