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I just washed the car so I thought I would do the obligatory photo and put it in here while it still looks nice and shiny. Big Grin


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Will you come and do mine?
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#3
Looking good :thumbsup:.
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Looks nice. Did mine yesterday, Filthy again now though!
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My niece liked the Citroen so much she wanted one but she bought a Partner instead. It's a Quicksilver and I'm having the roof bars off it when I get a pentagon key to fit them (ordered one already).


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One year since we got the car at the end of this month and it just passed MOT with advisory on front tyres so still liking it Big Grin
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#7
Careful trying to do undo the bolts....somewhere here I read that they can shear or the heads round off
and then refuse to budge. I think I'd buy a can of dismantling fluid beforehand!
This is probably one of the best things that Halfords sell!!
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You can also still get Plus Gas which is way better than WD40.
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I don't think you can compare Plus-Gas with WD40.P-G is a freeing agent only whereas WD40 is a multipurpose gunge. If I had to choose only 1,it would be WD40.
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(22-10-2013, 07:14 PM)ron Wrote:  I don't think you can compare Plus-Gas with WD40.P-G is a freeing agent only whereas WD40 is a multipurpose gunge. If I had to choose only 1,it would be WD40.


Big Grin Agreed Ron, but I've had cases where WD40 failed to 'unseize' a bolt after a number of hours soaking and Plus Gas did the job very quickly.
I wouldn't buy one or the other, I have both.
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You don't use "Rost-Off"?
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