Its not just polish, for a detail you need to potentially Clay, Cleanse, Polish and wax. I use the Auto glym range and use their shampoo / conditioner then treat tar spots with intensive tar remover, custom wheel cleaner on the wheels then when lovely and clean and dry then use the high definition cleanser (really good) then super resin polish and then you could use the High definition wax or the extra gloss protection! If you need to clay the car, do this after the wash and before the cleanse as the cleanse will leave the paintwork super clean (squeeky clean) but won't remove the stuck on deposits, this is where clay is needed but then afterwards use the cleanser to remove everythings thats left including the clay lubricant traces.
Mini Cooper Countryman R60 2014 (63) AKA Borris | Light White | Pepper Pack | Roof Rails | Black Roof & Mirrors | Black Bonnet Stripes | Tinted Windows | 16" 5 Spokes |
Easy to use, but very time consuming. Yes, you could do it over the whole car, but it's typically for lower areas where more debris and whatnot will collect/get kicked up.
The bar is essentially just that, clay, but acts as an extremely fine polishing pad, for lack of a better term. It will remove little bits of tar and other fine particles that are stuck to the paint, as well as remove any other contaminants.
If you were to do the whole car, be prepared to spend the entire day (at least, I would). The procedure is easy enough...spray some solution, rub, and rinse.
Not a fan of autoglym polish to be honest as I think you get white residue from the product when polished off the car. Maguires, dodo juice, and Swissvax are good, Swissvax do some more reasonable priced products too
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