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Euro Car Parts sale tomorrow (Friday) one day only

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Various stuff on sale one day only, not sure if national, best price I have seen for a Bosch Battery type 100 £48+vat.
subhi Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago14 Comments
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This is the trade leaflet so plus vat, quite possible that you cannot get these deals unless you have an account
Be prepared for the 58 emails a day. They have a sale on sale prices that were already on sale.
Carparts4less customer service excellent for me .This week bosch 110 battery failed 3 years into 5 year warranty and they sent a replacement out to me free in 48 hours.

So thumbs up from me.
I've ordered some oil today to pick up tomorrow with a discount code... Might ask them to reduce if new discount is better!
subhi
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Almost guaranteed to be cheaper on its sister site (carparts4less) using "PAYDAY11".
http://www.carparts4less.co.uk/cp4l/c/Vauxhall_Zafira_2.0_2002/p/car-parts/car-electrics-and-car-lighting/electrical/car-battery/?444771007
£90 before discount code, £80.10 after code.
vs. £48.95 ex VAT (58.74 inc) on the Friday special.
I realise it's not for everyone unless you're specifically looking for the part on sale but I think it's a good deal.

Yes the battery prices are pretty good.

You are probably better changing the thread title to Bosh S4 battery from £xx.xx. Then list price for the 3 sizes on offer.
Might get some heat then for the good price. :)
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castrol edge 0W 30 £34.28 @ EuroCarParts / Amazon

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sold on amazon, through euro car parts, 34.28 plus free delivery, £46.99 in halfords Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
huw51e Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago9 Comments
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Defo £30 in asdas
£30 in asda
Car parts even!!
Tweet5 on euro carpets saves another 5%
Asda in-store Bristol Patchway for £30/-
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Valvoline synpower MST 5w 30 Engine oil 4L £23.70 @ Amazon / Eurocarparts

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Hi, was looking for some good quality engine oil that met BMW LL04 spec. came across this on amazon sold by euro car parts for 4 litres . The thing is its £43.80 on the euro car parts website and simi…
vtec_rob Avatar2y, 1w agoFound 2 years, 1 week ago15 Comments
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Please be aware it's a low SAPS (ash) oil, when your car has a DPF it's OK, otherwise, not such a good idea people say

http://www.amazon.co.uk/LITRE-MOTEK-OPTIMUM-SYNTHETIC-ENGINE/dp/B00O8PJ7E8/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1418840867&sr=8-4&keywords=motek

This is OK for non DPF cars, slightly lesser spec SL, not latest SN, but will do many engines.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00O8P74VQ/ref=sr_ph?ie=UTF8&qid=1418840972&sr=1&keywords=motek+oil

These oils are going in our Scenic and Xsara Picasso.



Edited By: Mirola on Dec 17, 2014 18:35
Mirola
Quite expensive still for only 4 liters, many cars nowadays need more.
5/40 fully synthetic oil with the below specs GBP 17.75 including postage, now that's a deal !!


• VW: 505.01 • Renault RN 0700, RN 0710
• ACEA: A3/B3-04, B4-04, C3-10
• API: SN/CF
• BMW: LL-04 • MB: 229.31 229.51
• Porsche • GM Dexos 2

As most of us don't drive high performance cars, don't pull tons of weights, fly down the motorway at 100 mph, drive 30K (or more) miles per year, any CORRECT SPEC engine oil will do. 90% of the brands in the world are made by the same old big boy oil companies, but most are not marketed and are therefor a lot cheaper than Mobil, Magnatec, etc. etc. etc. etc. The difference in judging these oils is between our ears. Our run of the mill cars don't need anything out of fancy looking, highly marketed bottle, just the correct spec. But of course nothing beats satisfying your own thoughts and ego.


What oil?.......... where from? can you provide a link ?
Quite expensive still for only 4 liters, many cars nowadays need more.
5/40 fully synthetic oil with the below specs GBP 17.75 including postage, now that's a deal !!


• VW: 505.01 • Renault RN 0700, RN 0710
• ACEA: A3/B3-04, B4-04, C3-10
• API: SN/CF
• BMW: LL-04 • MB: 229.31 229.51
• Porsche • GM Dexos 2

As most of us don't drive high performance cars, don't pull tons of weights, fly down the motorway at 100 mph, drive 30K (or more) miles per year, any CORRECT SPEC engine oil will do. 90% of the brands in the world are made by the same old big boy oil companies, but most are not marketed and are therefor a lot cheaper than Mobil, Magnatec, etc. etc. etc. etc. The difference in judging these oils is between our ears. Our run of the mill cars don't need anything out of fancy looking, highly marketed bottle, just the correct spec. But of course nothing beats satisfying your own thoughts and ego.
Could i use this in an 06 corolla?
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Streetwize 5 in 1 Power Station - Jump-starter, Air Compressor, 200W Mains Power Converter, 12 Volt Power Converter, Work Light - £68.99 at Amazon via EuroCarParts £68.89

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Average price for this is normally £82.17. Seems decent, with pretty good reviews. Always handy as a back up in an emergency. > 900 Amp Emergency Jumpstart - Perfect for being able to jumpstart a
MrManwelo Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago13 Comments
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The one in JTF is a different spec, lower amperage
£47.99 in JTF....
wakkaday
oh ok and how long will the charge last...

also can you reccomend a charger etc

I think it comes with a charger. You'd have to check on the description or ask a question on the page itself. I don't actually own one, sorry.
oh ok and how long will the charge last...

also can you reccomend a charger etc
wakkaday
how do you charge this???

i want to buy it for the jumpstart,,

You charge it via mains. It takes around 30 hours i believe for a full charge
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Triplewax Wash Brush Water Fed £3.99 @ Amazon and sold by EuroCarParts

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Product Description The Triplewax Water Fed Wash Brush has soft but highly durable bristles that are ideal for cleaning cars, vans, caravans, and many other surfaces. Box Contains 1X Triplewax wash…
Mr Mac Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago1 Comment
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Saw these in b&m today but they didn't have a price on them FYI
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rain x rain repellent £4.79 Free Delivery @ EuroCarParts Amazon

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Rain X Rain repellent improves wet weather visibility and safety by creating an invisible hydrophobic coating that repels rain, sleet and snow.The coating also makes for easy removal of ice,salt,mud a…
accy Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago39 Comments
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never tried this stuff, I know a few People who say it's good but I just put a bit wax on my Windows after I've waxed the bodywork on my car and van, works fine for me, sit at 60 and the water beads off nicely
vdude
nowhere near as good as G-techniq G1. That stuff lasts months and months. Had mine on the car since March and still going strong

I use a lot of Gtechniq products and your right, its better. It does cost 16 times as much though and is a detailers product as apposed to something an enthusiastic car cleaner would use.
baz-007
Have used the rainX product for over 15 years and swear by it. Only put it on your front windscreen. If you put it on the side windows or rear window, not enough wind gets forced across to shift the rain droplets and it makes the side and rear windows worse when it gets wet. Only works on front window above 40mph depending on the angle of your windscreen.
One application will last about 2 weeks depending on how often you use your windscreen wipers, wash windows with soapy water, basically anything that will lift the film that rainX puts on ur screen.
I managed to get over 5 years out of a front pair of windscreen wipers so there is no issue with damaging them as you obviously don't use them as often.
It's great driving at 70mph in heavy downpours with no wipers on and the water streaming over the roof. People must think it's odd not having to use your wipers in very heavy rain at speed.
Once a tractor on the otherside of the road went through a flood and covered the front of the car as I was driving past, didn't have time to react to putting the wipers on to shift the water but the rainX quickly got rid of the water.
I always bring a bottle of that stuff on holidays when I'm hiring a car, especially when I go to Florida. not even a tropical storm over there requires wipers on when you have rainX.
I didn't realise it's that good I may buy some. Aquaplaning is the other danger in heavy rain but that's mainly dependent on tyre pressure and tread depth.
fishmaster
Has anyone here tried PIAA silicone wipers or similar silicone wipers? Apparently they streak a bit but work very well.

Reviews are generally favourable >

http://www.amazon.com/95055-Super-Silicone-Black-Wiper/product-reviews/B0002Z9QWQ
Are silicone wipers worth the extra? I mean Rain-x and that 'Demon Shine' is just liquid silicone isn't it?




Edited By: Anonknowmouse on Sep 09, 2014 12:33
urmum
cecilmcroberts
baz-007
Have used the rainX product for over 15 years and swear by it. Only put it on your front windscreen. If you put it on the side windows or rear window, not enough wind gets forced across to shift the rain droplets and it makes the side and rear windows worse when it gets wet. Only works on front window above 40mph depending on the angle of your windscreen.
One application will last about 2 weeks depending on how often you use your windscreen wipers, wash windows with soapy water, basically anything that will lift the film that rainX puts on ur screen.
I managed to get over 5 years out of a front pair of windscreen wipers so there is no issue with damaging them as you obviously don't use them as often.
It's great driving at 70mph in heavy downpours with no wipers on and the water streaming over the roof. People must think it's odd not having to use your wipers in very heavy rain at speed.
Once a tractor on the otherside of the road went through a flood and covered the front of the car as I was driving past, didn't have time to react to putting the wipers on to shift the water but the rainX quickly got rid of the water.
I always bring a bottle of that stuff on holidays when I'm hiring a car, especially when I go to Florida. not even a tropical storm over there requires wipers on when you have rainX.

I used it for years myself until I tried Duxback (I goina sound like one of those shopping channel amazing reviews!) Got it put onto my windows of my car from new and it lasts around a year, much more hassle free than having to reapply. I'd got the dealer to chuck the treatment when free when I got the Alfa but on the link below you can find other manufactures and local dealers for it. Think if you where paying for it the ad in my dealer was around the £30-£40 mark from memory for all windows. Alot of complainants about these products is also about "ghosting" which you can see if just caused because your windscreen is cold and a quick blast of heat and the ghosting will stop. Side affect also in the summer is the quick removal of bugs, I've never had to use anything but my washer jets and the wipers to remove bugs. Also ice build-up removes quicker.

http://www.duxback.co.uk/faq.html

Just found the price, well for an Alfa anyhow £29.50. At bottom of the page on the link.

http://www.alfaromeo.co.uk/uk/#/owner-services/winter-services

"Duxback
Revolutionary glass treatment
Originally developed for Boeing aircraft cockpit glass, Duxback is a revolutionary glass treatment that keeps glass as it should be: completely clear.
Duxback provides greatly improved visibility at night in adverse weather conditions. In fact, research has shown that in pouring rain visibility is improved by 35% - and a driver’s ability to identify a small object is improved by 25%. A 25% improvement in reaction time translates to 58 feet at 40MPH - enough to save a life!
With Duxback, rain, sleet and snow simply beads, sheds and rolls off. Similarly, ice does not stick so readily. Duxback even repels dirt, meaning your windscreen glass is not only easier to clean, it also stays cleaner for longer.
 
£29.50 inc vat per application"

Can buy from Amazon and DIY £24.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duxcoat-21187-Nano-Glass-Treatment/dp/B008NXH5IG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1410221008&sr=8-1&keywords=duxback



I am a technician in a main dealer garage. We used to offer duxback about 2 or 3 years ago. Until MANY people complained that when the sun was on their windscreen they couldnt see out of it. The duxback people were forced to come and try to remove the product from one car I remember, and they spent at least 2 hours on the screen with an electric sanding machine and some sort of compound.

Thank you for the info, live in N.Ireland maybe that's why never came across the issue with the sun! Although do have quite a heavily tinted windscreen which also could be why I've never came across the issue.
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Rain X Repellent - £4.79 @ Amazon/EuroCarParts.

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Rain X Repellent - cheapest I've seen it. Apparently it's designed for car windscreens, but I use it on the skylight and the shower screen. Brilliant stuff.
Holdsworth Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago5 Comments
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Just ordered some. Thanks op!
johnnystorm
Isn't the spray bottle in Asda the diluted cleaner mix? If this is the concentrated repellent only it's a good deal.

Yep, spray bottle is not the same stuff. Thats a cleaner and repellant mix, this is the proper juice....
Isn't the spray bottle in Asda the diluted cleaner mix? If this is the concentrated repellent only it's a good deal.
Spray bottle can be bought for £4 in Asda.
I wonder if it'll work to repel Darude - Sandstorm?
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Valvoline Durablend Semi Synthetic 10W40 Engine Oil (5 Litre) AMAZON.CO.UK sold by EuroCarParts. - £18.55

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Saw the earlier deal for Castrol oil (5w30) but was the wrong one for my car. Looked for the correct oil and Castrol was £20.39 but only for 4L were as Valvoline is 5L. Check as this is sold by Euro…
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Triplewax car wash brush (water fed through hose) - Amazon £3.99 delivered (Euro Car Parts), good reviews

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The Triplewax Water Fed Wash Brush has soft but highly durable bristles that are ideal for cleaning cars, vans, caravans, and many other surfaces. Triplewax wash Brush water fed ideal f…
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buneet
Please don't use a brush. You will do more damage to your paint and end up with a dull colour. Use a microfiber wash mitt or a lambswool wash mitt, you can get a couple of microfiber wash mitts for a couple of quid from Asda.
I'd disagree. The point of using a soft brush like this is that it has water running through it all the time. Wet the car thoroughly first with the hose, then use the brush with the water running. The water allows the dirt to float off and away without damaging the paint or dulling it in any way - as every car I've ever owned (all for a very long time) would testify (if it could speak, of course!).
Thank You

Wash mitts lack the running water and are just going to cause the dirt to scratch and dull the paint because it can't float away as it can with a water-flow brush.

I would have to disagree with you. I am a hobbyist detailer and people have offered to pay me to detail their cars, all I accept is the cost of the chemicals since I enjoy detailing vehicles so much. These soft brushes are meant to be used for wheels, flowing water means nothing. There's a forum called Detailing World, check it out and it may help to inform you of the correct ways. :) A lambswool/microfibre mitt doesn't need to hold water, it just needs to hold a (decent) shampoo which allows the car to be cleaned whilst lubricated, the purpose of those soft mitts is to allow dirt to be absorbed, which it is. When it's sunny (which luckily it has been recently!) take a look at your paint with the sun reflecting off it, I can almost guarantee there will be micro swirls/scratches on it. They are small scratches in the clear coat caused by the rough brushes, no matter how 'soft' they claim to be.

Here are some brief steps I take to washing my car (I posted this in another thread before) my process is: dry snow foam the car with the pressure washer and leave it on for 15 minutes to soften and pull off some of the dirt. Then work on the wheels with a wheel cleaner (iron X will work great). Then wash the paint with a good quality cleaner (chemical guys, Autoglym, poorboys etc) and use a microfiber mitt or a lambswool mitt and don't forget about using two buckets, one to clean the mitt and one with the soap in. They will pull off the dirt and absorb it so it doesn't scratch against your paint. Then clay the car to remove any dirt stuck in the paint. Then every 6 months, machine Polish the outside and use the right Polish, Autoglym or Meguires. Then protect it with a glaze and a carnuba wax and then your paint will look amazing and be protected. Obviously there are more little things in between the steps but that's the basics.
Hi what is Snow Foam? I have never heard of it also where do you buy it from. Cheers

Hi, snow foam is just a type of 'shampoo' I guess is a way of describing it, you need to purchase something called a Snow Foam Cannon which you can buy from places like Direct Hoses or Autobrite. The snow foam cannon might seem expensive for what seems like a bottle and a sprayer but it attatches to your pressure washer (make sure you pick the right attachment) and it'll put some snow foam and hot water in the bottle to the right dilution ratio and it'll produce a nice thick foam. Have a look on youtube, I personally think it's great after I have waxed my car and then I use a snow foam solution which doesn't strip the wax, so a week later all I do is spray snow foam on the car and wash it off afterwards and my car looks like it has just been cleaned! As for the snow foam, there are plenty of different type of foam, if you google Super Snow Foam there is a company called CleanYourCar which provides a lot of detailing products and you should be able to get some from there, if not they're widely available from most places anyway.
chrsinne
buneet
Newbold
buneet
Please don't use a brush. You will do more damage to your paint and end up with a dull colour. Use a microfiber wash mitt or a lambswool wash mitt, you can get a couple of microfiber wash mitts for a couple of quid from Asda.
I'd disagree. The point of using a soft brush like this is that it has water running through it all the time. Wet the car thoroughly first with the hose, then use the brush with the water running. The water allows the dirt to float off and away without damaging the paint or dulling it in any way - as every car I've ever owned (all for a very long time) would testify (if it could speak, of course!).

Wash mitts lack the running water and are just going to cause the dirt to scratch and dull the paint because it can't float away as it can with a water-flow brush.

I would have to disagree with you. I am a hobbyist detailer and people have offered to pay me to detail their cars, all I accept is the cost of the chemicals since I enjoy detailing vehicles so much. These soft brushes are meant to be used for wheels, flowing water means nothing. There's a forum called Detailing World, check it out and it may help to inform you of the correct ways. :) A lambswool/microfibre mitt doesn't need to hold water, it just needs to hold a (decent) shampoo which allows the car to be cleaned whilst lubricated, the purpose of those soft mitts is to allow dirt to be absorbed, which it is. When it's sunny (which luckily it has been recently!) take a look at your paint with the sun reflecting off it, I can almost guarantee there will be micro swirls/scratches on it. They are small scratches in the clear coat caused by the rough brushes, no matter how 'soft' they claim to be.

Here are some brief steps I take to washing my car (I posted this in another thread before) my process is: dry snow foam the car with the pressure washer and leave it on for 15 minutes to soften and pull off some of the dirt. Then work on the wheels with a wheel cleaner (iron X will work great). Then wash the paint with a good quality cleaner (chemical guys, Autoglym, poorboys etc) and use a microfiber mitt or a lambswool mitt and don't forget about using two buckets, one to clean the mitt and one with the soap in. They will pull off the dirt and absorb it so it doesn't scratch against your paint. Then clay the car to remove any dirt stuck in the paint. Then every 6 months, machine Polish the outside and use the right Polish, Autoglym or Meguires. Then protect it with a glaze and a carnuba wax and then your paint will look amazing and be protected. Obviously there are more little things in between the steps but that's the basics.
Hi what is Snow Foam? I have never heard of it also where do you buy it from. Cheers

Hi, snow foam is just a type of 'shampoo' I guess is a way of describing it, you need to purchase something called a Snow Foam Cannon which you can buy from places like Direct Hoses or Autobrite. The snow foam cannon might seem expensive for what seems like a bottle and a sprayer but it attatches to your pressure washer (make sure you pick the right attachment) and it'll put some snow foam and hot water in the bottle to the right dilution ratio and it'll produce a nice thick foam. Have a look on youtube, I personally think it's great after I have waxed my car and then I use a snow foam solution which doesn't strip the wax, so a week later all I do is spray snow foam on the car and wash it off afterwards and my car looks like it has just been cleaned! As for the snow foam, there are plenty of different type of foam, if you google Super Snow Foam there is a company called CleanYourCar which provides a lot of detailing products and you should be able to get some from there, if not they're widely available from most places anyway.
buneet
Newbold
buneet
Please don't use a brush. You will do more damage to your paint and end up with a dull colour. Use a microfiber wash mitt or a lambswool wash mitt, you can get a couple of microfiber wash mitts for a couple of quid from Asda.
I'd disagree. The point of using a soft brush like this is that it has water running through it all the time. Wet the car thoroughly first with the hose, then use the brush with the water running. The water allows the dirt to float off and away without damaging the paint or dulling it in any way - as every car I've ever owned (all for a very long time) would testify (if it could speak, of course!).

Wash mitts lack the running water and are just going to cause the dirt to scratch and dull the paint because it can't float away as it can with a water-flow brush.

I would have to disagree with you. I am a hobbyist detailer and people have offered to pay me to detail their cars, all I accept is the cost of the chemicals since I enjoy detailing vehicles so much. These soft brushes are meant to be used for wheels, flowing water means nothing. There's a forum called Detailing World, check it out and it may help to inform you of the correct ways. :) A lambswool/microfibre mitt doesn't need to hold water, it just needs to hold a (decent) shampoo which allows the car to be cleaned whilst lubricated, the purpose of those soft mitts is to allow dirt to be absorbed, which it is. When it's sunny (which luckily it has been recently!) take a look at your paint with the sun reflecting off it, I can almost guarantee there will be micro swirls/scratches on it. They are small scratches in the clear coat caused by the rough brushes, no matter how 'soft' they claim to be.

Here are some brief steps I take to washing my car (I posted this in another thread before) my process is: dry snow foam the car with the pressure washer and leave it on for 15 minutes to soften and pull off some of the dirt. Then work on the wheels with a wheel cleaner (iron X will work great). Then wash the paint with a good quality cleaner (chemical guys, Autoglym, poorboys etc) and use a microfiber mitt or a lambswool mitt and don't forget about using two buckets, one to clean the mitt and one with the soap in. They will pull off the dirt and absorb it so it doesn't scratch against your paint. Then clay the car to remove any dirt stuck in the paint. Then every 6 months, machine Polish the outside and use the right Polish, Autoglym or Meguires. Then protect it with a glaze and a carnuba wax and then your paint will look amazing and be protected. Obviously there are more little things in between the steps but that's the basics.
Hi what is Snow Foam? I have never heard of it also where do you buy it from. Cheers
Newbold
buneet
Please don't use a brush. You will do more damage to your paint and end up with a dull colour. Use a microfiber wash mitt or a lambswool wash mitt, you can get a couple of microfiber wash mitts for a couple of quid from Asda.
I'd disagree. The point of using a soft brush like this is that it has water running through it all the time. Wet the car thoroughly first with the hose, then use the brush with the water running. The water allows the dirt to float off and away without damaging the paint or dulling it in any way - as every car I've ever owned (all for a very long time) would testify (if it could speak, of course!).

Wash mitts lack the running water and are just going to cause the dirt to scratch and dull the paint because it can't float away as it can with a water-flow brush.

I would have to disagree with you. I am a hobbyist detailer and people have offered to pay me to detail their cars, all I accept is the cost of the chemicals since I enjoy detailing vehicles so much. These soft brushes are meant to be used for wheels, flowing water means nothing. There's a forum called Detailing World, check it out and it may help to inform you of the correct ways. :) A lambswool/microfibre mitt doesn't need to hold water, it just needs to hold a (decent) shampoo which allows the car to be cleaned whilst lubricated, the purpose of those soft mitts is to allow dirt to be absorbed, which it is. When it's sunny (which luckily it has been recently!) take a look at your paint with the sun reflecting off it, I can almost guarantee there will be micro swirls/scratches on it. They are small scratches in the clear coat caused by the rough brushes, no matter how 'soft' they claim to be.

Here are some brief steps I take to washing my car (I posted this in another thread before) my process is: dry snow foam the car with the pressure washer and leave it on for 15 minutes to soften and pull off some of the dirt. Then work on the wheels with a wheel cleaner (iron X will work great). Then wash the paint with a good quality cleaner (chemical guys, Autoglym, poorboys etc) and use a microfiber mitt or a lambswool mitt and don't forget about using two buckets, one to clean the mitt and one with the soap in. They will pull off the dirt and absorb it so it doesn't scratch against your paint. Then clay the car to remove any dirt stuck in the paint. Then every 6 months, machine Polish the outside and use the right Polish, Autoglym or Meguires. Then protect it with a glaze and a carnuba wax and then your paint will look amazing and be protected. Obviously there are more little things in between the steps but that's the basics.

Edited By: buneet on Jun 15, 2014 02:18
Using a brush to wash a car . . oh dear . Sure fire way of scratching the clearcoat on the car . Best practise is as follows .
Jet wash car to free up bigger dirt particles . Use good quality snowfoam all over the car . Give it 10 mins to dwell . Jetwash off snowfoam .THEN . .. get your 2 buckets , lambswool mitts or good quality microfibre and with a good quality car shampoo (never washing up liquid . never ever.) proceed to wash your car from the roof down . Rinse off residue with jetwash. To prevent streaking dry car with microfibre towels . Apply quality polish. Apply quality wax . Job done . Car looks brand new, no scratches and all shiny . . brushes . . pah . .
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Streetwize SWBO2 Cargo Tidy - £5.98 @ Amazon Marketplace (EuroCarParts)

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Cargo tidy net... Easy to install... Simply attaches to the headrest posts.. Great for stopping items in your boot from rolling around... Holds luggage, shopping, car accessories, first aid kits, comp…
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Is it just me or does this not look all that tidy? Also seems expensive for what is essentially load of holes knotted together,,,
Cargo containment net does have the same ring to it I suppose...
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