Defiantly the way to go. Might be a bit more hard work at the time but you will notice the benefit much longer than the easy on stuff.â™ ChumBucketâ™ said:I've come to the conclusion that this GuardX stuff is rubbish!!
The rejuvenator is nothing more than Demon Shine!!
I'm going down the wax route.
The bumpers have an oil layer which comes from the moulding process but it soon wears off and keeping them look new is not easy I agree.Off Road Doc said:What does everyone use on ther rear bumper? I have a few white scuff marks from stones etc and a small one from a supermarket trolley, infact Iam a little disappointed at the quality finish of the bumper. I dont have much nails on my fingers but without much effort I managed to scrape a discrete part of the bumper with my pinky nail and it scraped it to show white. The paint finish on it cannot be that thick. I clean it with a silicone based cleaner to keep the shine but need something to get the white scuffs back to black. Any ideas guys??
Grumps said:See my thread Here
Basically wash, Dry, clay, polish with your resin polish and then wax and you are good for 3-4 months before you need to wax again.
Pickup a Claying kit like One and that's a very good price. Even on a new car you will be amazed at the dirt the clay bar takes off.
You basically spray on a lubricant in the auto glym kit its a rapid detailing polish spray and then you rub the bar over the paintwork. You can feel it working. You then buff off the residue. Very easy and very quick.