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Blyton 2014

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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby flea » Thu Jul 03, 2014 4:24 pm

Sometimes happens mate I'm afraid. But I recon that's the problem unless your boots are to heavy ;-)
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby nedski » Thu Jul 03, 2014 10:28 pm

I know your an expert cleaner :bow-yellow: but do you use the acid alloy wheel cleaner it gets brake dust off a treat, also cleans your drive lol
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby Animal » Mon Aug 04, 2014 10:45 pm

Carl from CBS autos going bang at Blyton 2014. Sorry its not a David Bailey job.Must buy better camera for Blyton 2015
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Aug 05, 2014 6:49 am

:text-goodpost: :text-coolphotos:
WE did wonder if anyone got it on camera :coffee:
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Aug 05, 2014 6:53 am

nedski wrote:I know your an expert cleaner :bow-yellow: but do you use the acid alloy wheel cleaner it gets brake dust off a treat, also cleans your drive lol

We make the acid wheel cleaner,and it is really good stuff, but I have never had any problems with a TFR and water mix depending on how strong you want or need it, takes it straight of no messing.
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby Speedy » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:40 am

nedski wrote:I know your an expert cleaner :bow-yellow: but do you use the acid alloy wheel cleaner it gets brake dust off a treat, also cleans your drive lol


I wouldn't use a caustic cleaner on my own wheels as I feel it is too aggressive, they don't normally get a chance to be really dirty but at Blyton Alan Robinson drove my Black un for a good few laps and nearly knackered the road use pads Wayne had recently fitted.

Tried an "Iron out" non-caustic wheel cleaner did make a big difference but they were still not perfect as they are White had to take them off and used a mildly abrasive polish first then a gloss polish to get them right.
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby nedski » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:08 pm

I know we say Alloy wheels but most are not "Alloy" but are painted or powder coated, some are lacquered. I can't remember the last time i had the Autosol out to shine up some actual alloy wheels.
We use the Acid simply because people bring in un loved cars with Filthy black wheels that ought to be silver. It's pretty good stuff as long as you don't let it dry. The wheels don't suffer any abrasion then, they are just chemicaly cleaned. TFR also shouldn't be left to go dry, or left on neat as this will mark paintwork. Like most things used properly they work a treat. :-D
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby flea » Wed Aug 06, 2014 9:11 pm

Animal wrote:Carl from CBS autos going bang at Blyton 2014. Sorry its not a David Bailey job.Must buy better camera for Blyton 2015

Thanks for the picture :handgestures-thumbup: Wayne had us chained up in the shed so we never got to see it. Im surprised how calm he was after it happened :confusion-confused:
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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby Mazda Mender » Wed Aug 06, 2014 10:01 pm

nedski wrote:We use the Acid simply because people bring in un loved cars with Filthy black wheels that ought to be silver. It's pretty good stuff as long as you don't let it dry. The wheels don't suffer any abrasion then, they are just chemicaly cleaned. TFR also shouldn't be left to go dry, or left on neat as this will mark paintwork. Like most things used properly they work a treat.
:bow-yellow: :clap:

I only have one thing to say Ian, hows your black uns engine bay :whistle: Everything is good if used in the correct way buddy by those that know how to use them.

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Re: Blyton 2014

Postby Speedy » Thu Aug 07, 2014 9:46 am

Wayne wrote:
nedski wrote:We use the Acid simply because people bring in un loved cars with Filthy black wheels that ought to be silver. It's pretty good stuff as long as you don't let it dry. The wheels don't suffer any abrasion then, they are just chemicaly cleaned. TFR also shouldn't be left to go dry, or left on neat as this will mark paintwork. Like most things used properly they work a treat.
:bow-yellow: :clap:

I only have one thing to say Ian, hows your black uns engine bay :whistle: Everything is good if used in the correct way buddy by those that know how to use them.

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