2002 Dodge Intrepid ---NASTY

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by fallenauthority, Jul 20, 2008.

  1. fallenauthority

    fallenauthority OT Supporter

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    So my girlfriends co-worker wanted her car washed and cleaned up a bit, however she didnt tell me it was NASTY!
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Nice job but I have to ban you for not listing the products and process. :noes:

    BTW, hello...girl's car...what did you expect? :mamoru:
     
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  4. fallenauthority

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    Yea sorry im pretty shitty with not putting products and processes, im going to go back to my other threads and put processes and products too, im usually in a hurry when putting these up so i never list em.
    DP xtreme foam auto shampoo applied VIA foamgun :)
    clayed car
    buffed the headlights a little, didnt really go all out on em, just went for a bit more clarity cause she wouldnt appreciate it anyway so i just made em look a little more presentable
    DP gel wheel cleaner and tires dressed with Meguiars dressing
    interior cleaned with DP total interior cleaner
    I used some meguiars spray wax because she didnt ask for me to wax it but i wanted to throw a little protection on it for next time and didnt want to spend 30 minutes doing so.
     
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    You might want to get some Optimum Car Wax or Opti-Seal. Both are very easy and fast to use and provide excellent protection.
     
  6. fallenauthority

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    Yea I was looking at the optimum car wax the other day, i might just have to pick some up
     

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