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    Full Car Detailing Kit

    Looking at getting my first car detailing kit as I've alws used what we had available at work. Anyone have any recommendations?

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    I've been using Autobrite Direct products for ages, really rate them

    They've got a deal on at the moment for this starter kit...

    DB1 - Detailing Starter Kit - Valeting Collection Wash Kits - Valeting & Detailing Kits & Gifts

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    For a easy to use/beginners machine polisher I have this:

    DAS-6 PRO - Meguiars Microfiber System - Clean Your Car

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    The microfibre pads are actually pretty aggressive, may be worth getting a different pad combo until you are comfortable with the machine and the car you are working on. Especially if you don't have a paint depth gauge

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    as maffa says das-6 pro is a great starter polisher,go for the chemical guys kit great range of pads from heavy cut to sealant and wax pads

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    This website is great

    Slim's Detailing | Car Detailing Care & Valeting Supplies

    I would avoid getting a whole kit at once, but buy individual products as you go along. I have bought several products that actually are not that good, so not worried about the cash if it turns out to be no better than Muc-Off. Machine polishers can do way more harm than good, so go carefully with this one.

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    I received a sample box from
    http://element7performance.bigcartel.com
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    Looking forward to a bit of decent weather so I can try them out. Good value for money

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    That's a sample? How big are they?

    Edit: i see it's a charged for sample now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Checkmate View Post
    That's a sample? How big are they?

    Edit: i see it's a charged for sample now.
    Lol, they are all 100ml. For stuff like glass cleaner I'll not use that much in a year. I'm really keen to try the obsidian plastics restorer

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    I treated myself to some Auto Finesse stuff last month, really happy with it so far !!! Only thing I didn't pick up was a paint sealer & wax, just using the tripple product for the time being, but will add to my collection

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