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A blog explaining some of the work we do at New Again

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Porsche Detailing/Restoration 2005-2019

Jul
22
2020

This Porsche Carrera came to us for Modern Car Restoration, it had some rust on the rear end and required some quite serious bodywork. But that's not what's interesting about this Porsche!

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Aston-Martin Vantage Modern Car Restoration

Jul
19
2020

A behind the scenes look at the kind of work we do at New Again in Modern Car Restoration. This car has been sitting in storage for five years and is in need of some attention.

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The Honest Guide to Removing Smells from Your Car

Jul
08
2020

There's loads of information on the web about removing bad odours from your car but there is a deficit in useful advice which will tell you just how tricky it can be to remove bad smells.

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Help! I split paint in my car!

Jul
05
2020

Have you spilled paint in your car? If you just came back from the DIY centre and a tin of paint had the lid pop off, and now there is paint spilled all over your boot or carpets, you are desperately looking on a search engine looking for advice, this ...

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Cleaning Convertible Car Roofs

Jul
03
2020

It's important that your cabriolet's hood be periodically cleaned and reproofed with the correct products which will keep it looking like new and prevent it fading, growing moss, becoming worn and falling apart.

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