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  1. Hi guys, anyone know where to get authentic customised 3M Car mat in JB? heard holiday plaza have?
  2. Kingcopa

    Authentic Korean BBQ

    Hi guys & gals, Any idea whr in SG can i find authentic Korean BBQ resturant???? Like those u seen in Korean Drama..... with exhaust on top of the BBQ. Had try in Korea recently n fall in love with this. Recently try a Korean resturant in JP and find it CMI. Any good suggestions? Dun mention Seoul garden pls. Thanks alot.
  3. Recently taken quite a few ramen meals while in Japan. Came back to sgp, trying to eat same quality ramen and no time to try out different ramen joints one by one. Any bros here managed to find good authetic (especially without using aginomoto) ramens... where are the places for a good eat? thanks n cheers
  4. Vivant511

    Suggest some authentic detailers

    Hi all, My family need to get a few of our cars groomed, but as I'm working overseas I can't help them. Can you please help recommend some true high end car groomers? And I mean ones that use two bucket wash with lambs wool or microfibre mitt, air dry or by microfibre towel, mask trim edging for paint corection. take paint measurements, etc. I am yet to see one who will put on their website a car they've corrected in direct sunlight for a photo. As you know, if not finished well, you will see holograms in the paint especially on dark coloured cars. Thanks for your suggestions
  5. Up to 58% off Authentic CK Perfumes for Men & Women
  6. Hi, Anyone know where I can get true authentic Vietnam French Baguette (shown in the photo lower right) in Singapore. Thanks !
  7. Babyt

    Soft99 Authentic Wax

    I just brought this wax from Autobacs coz its on offer...about $29++ anyone uses this before? Previously using Rainx Ultra Wax but wanna try sometimes new. www.authentic-mania.com
  8. wanna ask the opinions of some of the pros at detailing here. used to be an autoglym supporter, but now that my supply is running out, im tempted to try something else. After much surfing around and reading, im thinking of trying this combination: 1) Menzerna FPII 2) 1Z Glanz Wax 3) Soft99's Authentic Wax Excellent would it prove to be a good combination? or will anyone of them negate the effects of another? looking for all opinions/feedback.
  9. Lokturne

    Soft99 Premium Authentic Carnauba

    Posting this here because it's where I heard of Soft99. My car was previously wearing Collinite #845IW, which went through a few months (half of it through winter) and was still beading nicely today. I would've left it for longer but unfortunately the car encountered lots of bird bombs after being parked under a tree (evil eye to other half). It all washed off no harm done. The wax might've been fine but you guys know how it is, take no chances. Time for something new. Process: Wash VM Soft99 Premium Authentic (needs an acronym, how about S99PA) Not a lot of pics since it was dark by the time I finished and I was working in the garage most of the time anyway because of the weather (rain rain rain, I hate spring). Pics: 2nd time I've used VM and the bottle's still almost full S99PA was a joy to use. Applied by WOWO method with foam pad. This stuff spreads so easily that I managed to get a very nicely even and thin layer. Minimal effort was needed to remove residue. It behaves quite differently to something like Collinite which is oily in nature. It spread more like a liquid, and finished up surprisingly slick. Looks wet but I'd say maybe 10% at most is due to S99PA. VM had more to do with the look. Another shot. Hopefully Melbourne gets some sun tomorrow, I'll put the car out and take a few more pics.