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You'll find a lot of leasing companies have got them. I know the Contracts department at my place of work ordered a fleet of 70+ Astra STs in Royal Blue or whatever the free colour was called.
The guy whole detailed my car said it was very thin. Below average for most new cars. However, I had mine done with SiRamik and it seems to have helped a lot. I've got one or two bad ones in the bit in front of the bonnet and bumper but nothing as bad as what people have said. I'd have expected more...
I've not had any issues with mine so far. They've stopped me in emergency situations very well. I am looking at upgrading to either Brembos or EBCs when the time comes though.
- Fri Jul 20, 2018 4:04 pm
- Forum: Cleaning and Detailing
- Topic: Triple wax Liquid Gold.
- Replies: 12
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If you want a good 'self drying' product. I'd suggest get a Aqua Gleam filter. I bought one last week and got to finally use it two nights ago and it works brilliantly. It might be considered expensive but given that I've spent about the same if MF towels it seemed like a smart idea. http://www.poli...
If you're wanting to keep the car looking it's best, you're best off either doing it yourself or getting a professional valeter in. Local car wash guys (Tescos car wash type of thing) will end up giving you swirl marks, they have also been know to use too much TFR resulting in etching on paint, trim...
Finston is correct. The ST has the tools in the wall of the boot as opposed to the hatchback which has everything kept under the wheel (which is very annoying). If you're missing anything, either try Ebay or go into your local dealership.