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  1. **WARNING** The following scenes contain a chronic case of Zeditus, this infection has no known cure. If you find yourself spending money you can't justify and lying to the other half, the chances are its also too late for you. Right, with seemingly 1000's spent over the last 14 months I thought I best put up a build thread to document it all, I bought my 350z HR in Feb 2016. I had 10k to spend on a second "weekend" car and after looking at various options I came to the conclusion that this was the best bang for buck. I also love the look of the 350, much more than the 370. I borro
  2. I was a drive thru car wash user until I got the Zed a couple of years ago and started to learn about washing with care. I have learnt tons from watching lots of short vids, but I think this pulls all the basics into one place and minimises the need for reading lots of guides/threads on day 1. Regular readers will know I'm a fan of AMMO vids/products, I know detailing provokes lots of different opinions on different techniques and different products, but I honestly think most people would agree that if you can follow the simple steps outlined in this video and experiment with any h
  3. Due to a variety of circumstances I shan’t bore you with, an opportunity presented itself for me to spend time at a local detailing company. The detailer in chief, John, would be spending some time showing me around a DA, pads, polishes, and also a glimpse into the world of nano-ceramic coatings. This post covers having a go at working on my car and both the familiar and new steps in doing a one stage correction. I should say now that I have enhanced the images in this post, not to remove blemishes and defects but to increase contrast and definition to show the defects in my
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