I've always had mine detailed/done by someone else, looking for some pointers and some "how to" / tricks of the trade. GO
hahaha, yeah i thought that saying was just too good to be true-im just trying to make sure i dont get out there and end up some how stripping my paint offsorry but I couldn't resist
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awesome, now i just have to wait for the supposed forecast of non-stop rain for six days to end... If i go out there and wash it, it'll rain - if i don't, it wont.this is what I do when I do a full detail... claybar, wash, & wax...
yeah, basically it says on the bottle how much to apply... I do one section at a time... use a microfiber(s) to wipe off...
This season i tried the ice line and can tell you its a good consumer line product. Its super fast to put on,you can put on it just about anything and looks good. Everyone tells me my 3 year old acadia which i just bought this year still looks brand new after i detailed it. The person who had it before took really bad care of it but i got it back to new condidtion ;o) Im going back to boutique next year with Adams it had better durability. Here's a picture of what the ice line can do for you.Try any of the "Ice Products" ?????
In that case, I think I would definitely invest in a good car cover. That sprinkler water can ruine your finish!the only thing im worried about now is location, i just moved to an apartment and they have nice little car wash stations with hoses but theres no shaded area in sight-another bad thing, i always park towards the outside edge of the parking spots, but they have sprinklers that go off on a weekly basis in an area enough to get all over the car but if i park up close its community college/ding city all over again
Check Amazon for the Porter Cable polishers. They're still over $100.00, but well worth it.I've been using a Craftsman 10" orbital for years now, + about a million bonnets... Put it on thin, with the orbital you can put it on the whole car and then change bonnets to remove it with the buffer. You need plenty of bonnets for removal, they get clogged quickly. Saves much arm wear, and time.
My dream (someday) is to get a PC and do it up right, but for now the orbital is good and affordable....