Demon Car Valeting Gift Pack reduced further to £5 Morrisons instore only
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Demon Car Valeting Gift Pack reduced further to £5 Morrisons instore only

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Found 12th Apr 2016
Now reduced to the bargain price of £5 but sold out online. Thanks to everyone who updated with the new price.

Thanks to Raefil for informing that this is available instore so no min. spend. Online there is a £40 minimum spend.

Can't say whether this is any good or not as I don't have a car. Halfords are selling for £25 and on 3 for 2 and has a few good reviews, so possibly some of you may know and like the product. Don't know if instore, only just saw it online today. Contains:

1L CarPlan Demon Clean
1L CarPlan Demon Shine
1L CarPlan Demon Wheels
1L CarPlan Demon Foam
1L CarPlan Demon Tyres
1 Mighty Oak Carded Air Freshener
1 Sponge
1 Microfibre cloth
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Available instore at this price, no minimum spend.

£25 at Halfords and definitely not worth that amount. £12 is more like TBH.
raefil

Available instore at this price, no minimum spend. £25 at Halfords and … Available instore at this price, no minimum spend. £25 at Halfords and definitely not worth that amount. £12 is more like TBH.


Thank you for letting me know. Will update the post.
8 bottles of the Morrisons own brand shampoo is same price as this so I've gone for one
dannymccann

8 bottles of the Morrisons own brand shampoo is same price as this so … 8 bottles of the Morrisons own brand shampoo is same price as this so I've gone for one



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The individual bottles are 4.50-5.50 each in Tesco (just noticed in passing) so for £12 you cant really go wrong!
Any car cleaning kit with a sponge in it will be utter rubbish - avoid!
sdfhkbuisdhfuis

Any car cleaning kit with a sponge in it will be utter rubbish - avoid!


Yes, because no one uses a sponge to wash their car anymore!
Loads in the store on Purley Way, over in the corner so no one will see it!
sdfhkbuisdhfuis

Any car cleaning kit with a sponge in it will be utter rubbish - avoid!



How is it? I've used these products over the last few months, there reasonably priced and do a good job, you stick to the car wash and away from any human contact
sdfhkbuisdhfuis

Any car cleaning kit with a sponge in it will be utter rubbish - avoid!


Noodle mitts all the way! Surprised it hasn't got a leather chamois.
Kent Noodlemitt is superb to use and takes less time too compared to a brush or a dirt clinging sponge.
Staff discount card brings it down to £10.80 Bargain and the foam cleaner is excellent! I've ditched the sponge (_;)
sdfhkbuisdhfuis

Keep cleaning your car with a sponge mate, scratch scratch scratch that … Keep cleaning your car with a sponge mate, scratch scratch scratch that paint!



Complete ****, if you clean your car with dirt particles in the water, ANY cleaning article will scratch the paint
marteee

Complete ****, if you clean your car with dirt particles in the water, … Complete ****, if you clean your car with dirt particles in the water, ANY cleaning article will scratch the paint



Technology has moved on. Two bucket wash with mitts, microfibre to dry. Don't forget the grit guard.
I went for the halfords detailing kit, extra bottle of 1l car wash and wax and a decent microfibre mitt for £13.50. Seems a good deal if you're not a sponge fan, it also has alloy brush and applicator sponge for the polish.
marteee

Complete ****, if you clean your car with dirt particles in the water, … Complete ****, if you clean your car with dirt particles in the water, ANY cleaning article will scratch the paint



didn't realise others would get so precious about using a sponge to scratch/clean their car
sdfhkbuisdhfuis

didn't realise others would get so precious about using a sponge to … didn't realise others would get so precious about using a sponge to scratch/clean their car



​Agree. why do people get so nasty on here at times
oscarita

​Agree. why do people get so nasty on here at times




Err, you're replying to and agreeing with the guy who actually created the nonsense in the first place? :P
Heat added, will pick some up tomorrow, thanks op

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marteee

Err, you're replying to and agreeing with the guy who actually created … Err, you're replying to and agreeing with the guy who actually created the nonsense in the first place? :P



The bit about using a sponge isn't nonsense, might as well use a Brillo pad imho. But the bit about kits with sponges IS nonsense. I've won and been runner up in several show n shines in the past and among the prizes, I've won professional kits that came with sponges. They have their place - that place is just not on paintwork.
spullot

I went for the halfords detailing kit, extra bottle of 1l car wash and … I went for the halfords detailing kit, extra bottle of 1l car wash and wax and a decent microfibre mitt for £13.50. Seems a good deal if you're not a sponge fan, it also has alloy brush and applicator sponge for the polish.


Which kit is it?
s24adm

The bit about using a sponge isn't nonsense, might as well use a Brillo … The bit about using a sponge isn't nonsense, might as well use a Brillo pad imho. But the bit about kits with sponges IS nonsense. I've won and been runner up in several show n shines in the past and among the prizes, I've won professional kits that came with sponges. They have their place - that place is just not on paintwork.



Used noodle mitts for a while just cause I picked them up pretty cheap but I cant honestly see any tangible difference, still get tiny paint swirls from them. How does the mitt not move tiny dirt/grit particles around in a circular motion the same as a sponge?
Edited by: "marteee" 18th Apr 2016
miffyl

Which kit is it?



halfords.com/mot…kit?cm_mmc=Google+PLA-_-Car+Cleaning-_-Car+Cleaning+Kits-_-183073&_$ja=tsid:60494%7Ccgn:GoogleShopping%7Ckw:183073&istCompanyId=b8708c57-7a02-4cf6-b2c0-dc36b54a327e&istItemId=qtwtplmpq&istBid=tzxt&_$ja=tsid:35522|cid:344535484|agid:25437357604|tid:pla-221239866724|crid:89797548604|nw:g|rnd:6515746014470242382|dvc:c|adp:1o3&gclid=CNvepd64mMwCFRATGwodk2wL5Q

In the 3 for 2, wash mitt £3, so if you needed two mitts, £13 all in.
I was just thinking my car needs a clean, I may give this set a try. Heat from me, cheers OP.
Arguing about a bloody sponge!!! Whatever next. I use a scourer to do mine, better string me up now lol
marteee

Used noodle mitts for a while just cause I picked them up pretty cheap … Used noodle mitts for a while just cause I picked them up pretty cheap but I cant honestly see any tangible difference, still get tiny paint swirls from them. How does the mitt not move tiny dirt/grit particles around in a circular motion the same as a sponge?



If you pre-wash, with a good shampoo use the 2 bucket method and dry carefully with a microfibre you shouldn't inflict any marring. The idea behind the mitt is it traps the dirt in the fibre rather than them sitting on the surface and being dragged over the paint.

Some people don't care or don't know, see too many 65 / 16 plate cars that are covered in swirls
Reduced to clear for £5, in-store. Only checked Inverness and Glasgow but could be nation-wide.
A got it in store for £5 today
angusmackintosh

Reduced to clear for £5, in-store. Only checked Inverness and Glasgow but … Reduced to clear for £5, in-store. Only checked Inverness and Glasgow but could be nation-wide.


Hi, which Glasgow morrisons as I've checked my local one and there was none
£5 in Dundee also!
Kirito101

Hi, which Glasgow morrisons as I've checked my local one and there was … Hi, which Glasgow morrisons as I've checked my local one and there was none




117 Riverford Rd, near Shawlands. There was about 10 left, around 8pm.
saw this reduced to £5 in store today x
now down to £5
Bargain, I was going to buy it at the original listed price, but our store doesn't seem to carry them.
Been reduced to £5 in morrisons but hard to get everywhere is selling out
Richwallett

Been reduced to £5 in morrisons but hard to get everywhere is selling out


Wow - brilliant price. Just seen this so will update post just in case anyone manages to find one. Thanks to everyone who wrote about the price reduction.
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