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fRRed



Member Since: 01 Oct 2016
Location: West Yorkshire
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England 
Good old bottoming

I'm hooning about in The Old Man's RRS, he's not allowed to drive right now, as he's recovering from having a whole heap of nastiness removed from his bowel. So, it'd be very rude of me not to keep her in top form for when he gets her back wouldn't it?
Spent the entire day today bottoming the interior. Not just your 'illegal immigrant' style quick wipe over and rifle through your glovebox while his mate keeps you occupied type gig, this was a proper bottoming, carpet & headlining shampoo, leather clean & balm, cotton wool buds in air vents affair!
Really happy with results, gunna focus on exterior the morrow.






 Daily... Audi TT 240 qS, tasteful mods.
Weekend toy... 5' 6", 9 stone, original bodywork!

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GodivaNige



Member Since: 14 May 2016
Location: Warwickshire
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England 2009 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Buckingham Blue

Nice one, any tips for cleaning the headlining? I’ve just replaced the GPS antenna in the sharks fin and have noticed the headlining is a bit grubby. Any recommendations of what to use would be appreciated.

For the rest of the interior I’ve always used Poorboys Natural Look which a really like and TRG Renovator on the leather which is also superb.

Just the headlining to do, and the fabric covered A B and C pillar trims.

Post #543835 Thu Dec 21 2017 10:23pm
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fRRed



Member Since: 01 Oct 2016
Location: West Yorkshire
Posts: 47

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Ive always been a big fan of Autoglym to be honest.
Today I used their interior shampoo, sprayed it on and agitated with a small sponge, then wiped off with a damp chamois. Once it's dried it really does look CLEAN! Considering the interior is ivory and is a complete mare to clean once anything rubs against it, I'm very happy with how it looks. Daily... Audi TT 240 qS, tasteful mods.
Weekend toy... 5' 6", 9 stone, original bodywork!

Post #543836 Thu Dec 21 2017 10:35pm
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GodivaNige



Member Since: 14 May 2016
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England 2009 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Buckingham Blue

Thanks, I was considering the Autoglym interior shampoo after reading some other good reviews, I’ll go ahead and get some.

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Post #543837 Thu Dec 21 2017 10:39pm
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