Fenwicks Cleaner

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  1. My Dog Likes Fishing

    My Dog Likes Fishing Funster Life Member

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    Used this for the first time today and I've got to say what a fantastic job it did.

    My van has just covered over 900 miles in the last 2 weeks through snow, salt and rain and was filthy. Washed it with Fenwicks and my van looks like brand new.

    No black streaks and you gotta wear shades when I drive past you.

    If the golf, football and F1 wasn't on the telly tomorrow along with a 6 pack chilling in the fridge I'd give it a polish.

    :Cool::Cool::Cool::Cool::Cool::Cool::Cool:
     
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  2. FULL TIMER

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    NO NEED...... get some of the Bobby Dazzler and rinse off with a solution of this , I normally hose of the van to get rid of the soap as I go, then I use a garden sprayer to give a good coating of the bobby dazzler then the most you need to do is leather it off ( I don't normally bother), leaves a great shine and makes washing the next time easier. The overwintering fluid is also good stuff.
     
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  3. Dai

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    I have never polished our van. I only use Fenwicks products and I am highly delighted with them all. Endorse earlier post on Bobby Dazzler.

    I have no connection with the company whatsoever, just happy to agree with your comments on products that work for me.

    Dai
     
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    Did the car with these yesterday, excellent results, pity it pi**ed down afterwards, though! real dirty rain!
    Cheers, Dave:thumb:
     
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    Can you use Bobby Dazzler in a spray bottle on the pressure washer, sounds an easy way to do it?
     
  6. Cyclewalkbob

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    I wash van with the Fenwicks caravan/Motorhome cleaner using a long handled brush.

    Then rinse and finally use brush again to put on the bobby dazzler .

    Quick chamois off - job done, brilliant shine, stays clean and shiny!
     
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    I wash the car, rinse off with a hose then spray Bobby Dazzler out of a garden spray all over, it has a surfactant in it that helps the rinse water just roll away, if you don't leather off the remaining water it will leave streaking, leather it and it comes up to a brilliant shine:thumb:
     
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