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Next up on our sponsor showcase is Luke or @nissan_200sx . With his VERY popular S15, not only is he an incredibly talented driver, his car has been used in many music videos. He is a social media god as his exits from shows have been viewed millions of times. (All for the right reasons officer, we promise) Lastly he is a great asset to Stjarnagloss. The wrap changes colour like a chameleon. The tyres never hang around for long and we are more than happy to support that with a Fjul Can. Here it is in all its glory....

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Matte and Satin wraps or paint look incredible. We all know this. When the frozen E92 M3 competition appeared on Top Gear back in 2007 everyone lost their minds. Cars didn't have to be shiny to look great. But, we all learned very quickly that they needed maintaining. It is true, if a bird 'does his business' you've got hours to fix it or you will have a very expensive repair bill.  Having said that, its popularity has grown and grown. With social media being the new car show of 2020/21 wraps and wild colour changes are the quickest way to...

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Back in November 2019, we launched a new car care brand that offered the perfect balance of performance and style; something sadly missing in the market. Sure, there were some fantastic products around, but the packaging was either dated, bland or even downright confusing. And the most fashionable products around, given to the scene boys to parade at shows, would often fail to live up to their overstated promises. Generic bulk products, watered-down recipes, hyped Instagram marketing and inflated pricing just doesn’t cut it when there’s some serious detailing to do. People are never suckers for long. So we created...

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The start of many, sponsor car features. We hope you enjoy the coverage. To start we have Paul Edwards Jaguar XK-r with a little twist.

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How we took the complication out of Wheel cleaners.  Everybody loves seeing there wheels bleeding purple, it feels like chemistry class all over again, but you are the professor. But are Iron fallout removers the only thing you need you need to clean your alloys? In short - NO! Alloy wheels pick up so much more than just brake dust during day-to-day driving, so why not use a detergent? Detergents won't touch bedded-in brake dust.  So what is the cost effective way to tackle alloys? Combine the two and add some solvents to attack tar spots? Makes sense right? We think so...

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