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Jonnyfireblade
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Time taken to clean

Post by Jonnyfireblade » Wed Dec 30, 2015 2:15 pm

Just changed from a Mercedes ML, to a juke NISMO RS, I washed and polished the new car yesterday, I can tell you the juke takes longer than the merc due to all the weird shaped panels etc. I thought it would take a fraction of the time being as its half the size! Never mind it looks amazing all cleaned up


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Halfpint
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Post by Halfpint » Wed Dec 30, 2015 4:21 pm

Hi Jonny takes me about 6 hrs to clean the RS and if I am honest I could take a lot longer over it suppose it depends on how good a job you want to do and what results your looking for cant wait for summer now to have a proper go at it but as you said its worth it when you step back and admire it enjoy



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Post by MikeGC » Thu Dec 31, 2015 9:37 am

Takes me a minute, as I hand the keys to the lads who are doing the job
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Post by Lordharding » Thu Dec 31, 2015 11:40 am

Normally an hour for a basic wash and dry
Intersting shape to wash but not much size to it
Windows are tricky with the defkectors on

A full deep clean and detail normally takes me 2 days before the summer show season :D
The Nismo has landed and I Love it


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Post by Jonnyfireblade » Thu Dec 31, 2015 9:07 pm

Glad it's not just me then! On the plus side I drove it today in pouring rain, I could see the water running straight off the bonnet 👌


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