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Old 05-08-2005, 08:01   #1 (permalink)
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Best way of applying waxoyl type gunk?

Gonna give the new toy that's arriving this week a good chassis waxoyling. What's the best way of
applying it? It seems to come with a nozzle type affair? I was hoping to borrow a compressor for the day
& blow it on? Can this be done?

How much product would I need & what's the best & cheapest place to buy it from??

Or, are there any other better products about?

Nige

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Old 05-08-2005, 12:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Best way of applying waxoyl type gunk?

On Sun, 8 May 2005 15:03:23 +0100, "Nige"
<nigel.inceFANNYFART@btinternet.com> wrote:

>Gonna give the new toy that's arriving this week a good chassis waxoyling. What's the best way of
>applying it? It seems to come with a nozzle type affair? I was hoping to borrow a compressor for the day
>& blow it on? Can this be done?
>
>How much product would I need & what's the best & cheapest place to buy it from??
>
>Or, are there any other better products about?
>
>Nige
>


www.before-n-after.co.uk

their ads in LRO mention how much of the stuff they use.
I'm going to have my next LR waxoly'd and I'll get them to do it as it
looks like a pain in the arse job.


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Old 05-08-2005, 14:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Best way of applying waxoyl type gunk?

Go to a automotive paint supplier (look in yellow pages) and buy at
least 6 1l tins of Body Schutz or whatever black muck they sell plus an
applicater gun for your compressor.

Park the landie somewhere where the over spray and drips won't matter
(ie, not your nicely brick paved drive) and put overalls, mask,
goggles, hat and gloves on because you are going to get disgustingly
filthy. Put the cans in a bucket of very hot water to warm up and thin
the bitumen, screw the first can on the gun and spray away. It will go
everywhere and drip on the ground as well but get it into every nook
and cranny. When done, stand back, admire your work and then reach for
a mountain of rags and some white spirit to get the overspray off the
bodywork.

Strip off all your outer clothing and put in dustbin before going
inside for a bath. Get dressed, grab a stiff drink and get the white
spirit to remove the ring of black scum that is now around the bath
before wife/partner sees it.

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