*** Polished Bliss Open Days 29/30 March ***

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*** Polished Bliss Open Days 29/30 March ***

Postby WX51 TXR » Mon Mar 24, 2008 5:00 pm

FAO: Lorraine: here are more details about the open days running this coming weekend as requested. :wink:

OPEN DAYS!

This coming weekend (the 29th and 30th of March) we will be running two back to back open days at our premises in Kintore. The days will run from 11am to 3pm, and we will be putting on a series of demonstrations on claying and machine polishing using both dual action and rotary machines. We will also be running some very special spring offers and will be able to give one to one advice throughout the day to anyone requesting it. Previous events like this have always been a great success, and we are really looking forward to meeting up with a lot of you and providing the opportunity for a lot of like-minded enthusiasts to mingle and talk shop! We have ample parking on site for up to a hundred cars, and car clubs are very welcome to attend.

THE CHALLENGE!

Here is the scrap panel we propose to clay and correct (half each day)...

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The question is, can we do it?! Ignoring the scratches and stone chips that are through to the primer/panel, we reckon we can get it 98% corrected. If you want to see us tackle it, then feel free to come along and watch!

SPECIAL OFFERS!

We will finalise the list of specials on Friday this week (based on stock levels at the end of the week), but these two offers will definitely be running over the course of the weekend (attendees only)...

1. FREE Poorboys Ultimate Mega Towel with every purchase of Raceglaze '55'

2. FREE Poorboys Deluxe Mega Towel with every purchase of Raceglaze '42'

3. FREE Wheel Back Brush with every purchase of two Clear Wash Buckets

DIRECTIONS!

Where are Polished Bliss based?

:)
Richard Cooper - www.polishedbliss.co.uk
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