leelacey17

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  1. First time using iron remover

    Great result! Love my detailing it gives such a sense of satisfaction. I have started to build quite a collection in the shed with various waxes. It becomes really addictive. Here's my old boat after a few cleans. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  2. Supagard v Autoglym

    Super resin is not really a polish it's more of a glaze. It fills imperfections giving the look of correction. Are you using it by hand? If so what were you using to apply it to the car? Also what colour is your car? Removing swirls by hand is difficult but super resin is ok for what it is but will never correct swirl marks. Also you need to seal in the polish after using it or in a week or so the filler part of the polish just drops out. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  3. New to the forum

    Thought I'd stick a few more photos up. Some of the for lights that were upgraded to led bulbs so I now use them as Drl' s The headlights I did quite early on as they were starting to yellow. The rest are just some hard work getting the car clean. I love a reflection and shine. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  4. New to the forum

    Evening all, Been following for a while so thought it best to say hello. I have a 2007 07 plate is-250 sel which I brought about 18 months ago. Was a one owner car with 32k on the clock and full Lexus history. There were a couple of marks on it but I like my detailing so managed to sort them and tidy the car up to a standard that I wanted. Had the water pump issue but got that done but apart from new tyres it's been issue free. All servicing will be done by me from now on. It has the grey leather interior and the sat nav upgrade. First picture was the day that I picked it up the later ones are over the last few months. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  5. How would you make this look good.

    * plastic Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  6. How would you make this look good.

    There are multiple posit restorers on the market that will be suitable. Carpro Perl can be used and mixed down to whatever strength you wish. Can be used on mist surfaces and used neat can be used on your tyres. Very economical. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  7. New to the forum

    Thank you. Wasn't my first choice of colour or interior colour but was the best car I could find for the money I had. I think 7k for a car with full Lexus history and only 32k in the clock was to me a bargain. I knew I could get the beat out of the paint with a bit of work. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  8. New to the forum

    Thank you. Please see below. Any help with products and I'm more than happy to help Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  9. New to the forum

    Thank you. I have various products that I use but the ones I would recommend would be from a company called Bilt Hamber. They do a range of items and most are absolutely fantastic and great value. I use their clay bar, shampoo, polish and their double speed wax which is what has been used in the photos. I'm always buying new items to continue to improve the look and protection on the car. Once a car is fully decontaminated and then polished you can then add a couple of coats of wax and it will seal the paintwork for 4 to 6 months. You can then just ensure it's washed correctly and top up the wax every now and then. And I never use these hand car washes. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  10. Hi from East London

    Nice colour fella. Mines been very good reliability wise and on the motorway reasonably economical so she should enjoy it. I'm in South East London so not far away. Best of luck with it Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk