Autoglym has dads covered this Father’s Day

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The new kits are targeted for every budget
The new kits are targeted for every budget

Autoglym wants to get dads washing, waxing and polishing this Father’s Day.

The car care manufacturer has brought out a new range of maintenance kits, specifically targeted to dads who like to take care of their motor. With the 19th June fast approaching, Autoglym is hoping to have the ideal present for every dad.

Starting from £12.99 and rising steadily to around the £75 mark, the kits have something for everyone. The Polished Perfection kit is ideal for the casual motorists looking to get the best sparkle from the weekend wash, while the Concours Collection (the most expensive of the kits) is more suited for the ardent motoring enthusiast, and is guaranteed to leave your car in showroom condition.

All of the kits come presented in their own carry cases, ideal for dads on the move or for taking to shows.

As well as the standard kits, Autoglym has also released a set of specific equipment sets for different motoring needs. For example, the Canine Collection (RRP £19.99) contains everything the dog-loving dad needs to clean away stains and remove poochy-pongs from the car.

Paul Caller, Autoglym’s CEO commented: “Our research indicates that Father’s Day falls at that time of year when dads across the country are most inclined to get the bucket and sponge out to treat their car to some TLC.  We’ve worked hard for forty years to develop a comprehensive range of high quality car care products, and to put our favourites into attractive gift packs for all budgets.

Specifically engineered to provide exceptional performance while being easy to use, and to provide a premium quality finish while offering great value, they’re the perfect choice for those who really want to spoil their dads on Fathers Day with a gift that lasts throughout the year.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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