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Not the greatest photography ever but....... (archive)

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Posted by Derin on May 27, 2002 at 18:13:59:

In Reply to: Coincidentally, I bought some this weekend ..... posted by Derin on May 27, 2002 at 14:46:14:

...it's all I had time for this evening. I'll do some better ones soon.

http://www.bmwclassics.freewire.co.uk/525i/index.html

Regards

Derin
...along with a shed load of other lotions and potions to clean up the recently acquired E34 525i Touring. I bought the Zymol Cleaner Wax (think it was only 7.99).

I've used loads of different different stuff in the past...including lots of Autoglym Polish and their 'Gloss' and their more abrasive 'Colour Renovator'. I've also always been skeptical about 'Zymol'....simply on the 'hype' and 'cost' aspects.

I have to say the 'Zymol' was far better than the Autoglym! ANd believe me it gauls me to admit it!

Really easy to use too.Used the way they say it did deal with minor swirls and scratches...for the deeper ones I still found it best to use a combo of Autoglym Renovator and 'Safe-Cut'.

I'll post some pics of the Touring later if the light holds out.


Apparently Halfords have started to stock Zymol products.
Anyone tried them?.
The Shampoo is a lot cheaper than you would think.

David
87M3






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