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  1. Chat
    yam alright my 74 tina has some very dirty seats tried carplan seat cleaner with the head scratcher brush and its picked up some dirt just wondering what have you used a shop or a buy off shelf thing thanks
  2. Tech Discussion
    Well that's what I think it is anyway . Spent part of today putting the new etched glass panels into doors at home. Fitted in place with silicone and retainers pinned in on the other side. Obviously some of the silicone oozed out and we cleaned it up but there are streaks on the etched side...
  3. The Shelf
    :pmsl: .....Models which my son Paul built, and won Junior Small Talk Champ at the Hot Rod Supernationals in 1995/6 1) Jag engined Altered 2) Street Mod/Super Gas Plymouth Fifteen years on and he is an Engineer working for the Nuclear Industry in France. .....we are NOT playing with...
  4. Tech Discussion
    Whats the best way to clean that blue stuff and mukky hand prints off white wall tyres? Many thanks Martin.
  5. Tech Discussion
    Dont really want to take the manifold off the car so it will be cleaned on it. So far I have tried in no particular order: Oven cleaner engine degreaser meths stuff like swarfega, but with the bits in gunk all the above I used with a toothbrush to get into the corners. The manifold has oil and...
  6. Tech Discussion
    Got myself a Weber 38 DGAS for the Cresta. It's a bit grubby but seems to be all there. What's the best way to clean it up? Is it worth forking out for an ultrasonic clean? Or will I get just as good results with a can of carb cleaner and a toothbrush? Cheers
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