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pewter
On 07/12/2017 at 18:14, Onoff said:

this is the best advice so far, plenty other brands available. A Valet pro product in 5L might be more suitable for the van (chemical guys stuff might be wasted on your van, it is high end and little bottles dont go far on a mucky old van).

 

I get my products from these guys

http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/index.php

 

You need to remove the contaminants. You want to do this without causing too much damage to the paintwork. If you do create mild scratches/swirl marks (your van is most likely covered in them anyway unless you have had your paintwork corrected) then you can polish them out to correct them (with a product like the G3 as shown above). Clay bar might worth doing.

 

After you decontaminate the van, strip the old wax/sealant off ( i doubt you have any), with clay bar, could have a light hand polish. Then seal the paintwork to protect it. Sealed paint work is easier to keep clean.  I use a synthetic sealer (Sonax NPT) which still has water beading after 6 months of aplication. I have been using it for 3 years now.  A wax will give you a glossier look but its protection will not last as long.

 

 

Chek out Larry NYC videos, he is fantastic.

 

http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/index.php

 

 

Edited by pewter

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