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DrRob



Member Since: 23 Feb 2011
Location: Hampshire
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daniel wrote:
I've used many of the products since I've been interested in having a clean car but you can't beat wonder wheels for the value

http://www.halfords.com/motoring-travel/cl...aner-500ml

it says no brushing required i use a small soft paint brush for the corners but its currently 3 for 2 so an excuse to buy some more stuff Thumbs Up

I use this too. No acid Thumbs Up Visitor from fullfatrr.com
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D6EML



Member Since: 30 Jul 2015
Location: West lothian
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Scotland 2009 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Stornoway Grey

Iv used both bilberry and espuma, personally espuma was far easier at brake dust removal, also acid free like bilberry so works great if you've had your calipers or hubs painted. Please avoid your 'down the street' 5 wash wheels n wax!! Your doing more damage than it's worth !!
So yeah espuma for me 👍 it's all about making the job as easy as possible and for me this does just that 👌

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