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post #21 of 22 Old 27th May 2014, 10:49 AM
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Been quietly looking at Tiago's detailing threads and since my car is at the paint shop i want to be ready to protect the paint from the word go.I cant find anything here so my best bet is Ebay and this is what i'm gonna order for the beast:

Washing:

3 Grit Guards-$90(They wont ship buckets so i'll have to use the regular buckets here)
2 Wookie Mitts-$50
Meguiars Shampoo/Dodo Juice Born to be Mild-$70
Foaming Gun-$50(From Hong Kong)

Drying

2 Miracle Dryer towels-$50

Buffing

Dodo Juice Fantastic Fur-$50

Wheel Washing

Dodo Juice Mellow Yellow-$50
Wheel brush set-$50

Tyre Dressing

Meguiars Endurance Tyre Gel-$50

Wheel Sealant

Poorboys Wheel Sealant-$50

Glass Cleaning

Mark V Window Sheen-$50(500ml,they wont ship a gallon)

Glass Sealant

Carlack Glass Sealant-$50

Body Cleaning

Meguiars Smooth Surface Clay kit-$50

Body Wax

Zymol Concours wax with HD cleanse-$400

Body Sealant

Wolf Chemicals Body Wrap Nano Sealant-$200

Shine and Depth

Dodo Juice Red Mist-$50

Exhaust and Suspension

Meguiars NXT metal Polish-$20

General

Brush Set-$50
Meguiars APC-$125

Total-$1465

NB:Prices include individual shipping for each item which is very expensive to my country.

2000 E39 M5 Oxford Green Metallic(DD)

Evolve AlphaN
Evolve Power Tune
Evolve Headers
Evolve IATS
Decatted OEM Exhaust
6000K Angel Eyes
6000K Fog Lights
6000K Low and High Beam

Wanted:Lower Oil Pan(even with stripped bolt threads is ok),DSC Control Module/ABS unit

1988 E30 325i Coupe White(Weekend Toy)
E34 535i Drivetrain
Express Works Suspension
Custom Exhaust
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