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I usually use the meguiars bar...but this is all Autozone had instock. I think I like this one better. Anyhow...I washed, dried, claybar'd, washed, dried, then waxed. Here's the final product. I will take some pics outside when the sun comes out.

 

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nice pic.....
 

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fuzz said:
Damn that looks good. I wish my front end looked that clean still. :censored: rock chips. :mad:
I have a small chip up by the windshield that I got last year driving up to Bike week in NH...it was storming out nasty on the way up and it hailed so much it chipped the paint there (not really noticeable) but I notice it. It looked like it snowed in the matter of 4 minutes....nuts!!!
 

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Looking good. I would polish after the claybar and before the waxing.

And just FYI, you only need to clay bar your car once or twice a year.
 

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Peleg said:
And just FYI, you only need to clay bar your car once or twice a year.
Yeah...I haven't used a claybar since late winter (when it was bearingly warm out in New England)
 

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blk04sti said:
I've never polished before...don't really comfortably know the technique.

Best done with a polisher and some good polish.

PM for more info if you'd like. :)
 

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Peleg said:
Best done with a polisher and some good polish.

PM for more info if you'd like. :)
PC 7424 and optimum polish :tup: :tup:
 

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DARKSTI said:
:lol:
/DARKSTI bows to the ultimate detailer:bow: :bow:
reeksti bows down to the best 2 detailers on IWSTI:bow::bow:
 
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