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    Posted: 15 May 2018 at 4:53pm
Hello Kia owners,

As per the title, I've been driving a Ceed GT since December. Picked it up from Chesterfield with 21 miles on the clock, which included my 11 mile test drive. It's had a Jetex filter and boost sensor change and I'm loving it so far. My only regret is the white paint but it's given me a new hobby trying to keep it clean! 

If anyone has any surefire tips on getting traffic grime off white sills etc, please shout up. Thanks.

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Mudflaps front and back will help. They can't stop it all flying up but they do reduce the carp from our wonderfully-maintained highways. They also complete the look of the car.

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Originally posted by dave1978 dave1978 wrote:

Mudflaps front and back will help. They can't stop it all flying up but they do reduce the carp from our wonderfully-maintained highways. They also complete the look of the car.

Thanks for that, I'll look into getting some, I wasn't sure how they'd look on the car itself and how much they'd stop as they're quite small.
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