Detailed 2002 Ford F150

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by fallenauthority, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. fallenauthority

    fallenauthority OT Supporter

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    Well since the weather is getting nicer again and my boss is selling his truck, he wanted me to detail it for him, so of course I obliged :)
    It was in great shape, is always washed, but it had a few problem spots, one of which was a decent scrape on the side of the bed, which i took befores and afters of. Interior was in good shape, a couple stains in the carpet, and the drivers seat was horrendous, I did the best I could with that one.
    Used Optimum Polish for most, and Optimum compound for the more needy areas, topped with Natty's Blue.
    Here is the scrape on the bed:
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    Here it is all gone :)
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    Driver Seat and floor before:
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    And After:
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    Passenger side before:
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    Here is the hood, half and half shot.
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    And here is the finished product:
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  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Huge improvement! :)

    That driver's seat was a real horror show. :noes:
     
  3. JRock10

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    i did one similar to that about 2 wks ago. it was pretty gross too. you did a nice job on that one!
     
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    very nice work!
     
  5. fallenauthority

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    Thanks guys! :)
    He said he will have me do his wife's lexus RX330 also, dont know when though.
     
  6. Atheist

    Atheist oh, hi OT Supporter

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    jesus, I would love to be able to do what you guys do. I'd be a little bit terrified to use the mechanics but too lazy to do it by hand.

    Looks AWESOME!
     
  7. mgardula

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    Damn, that looks good!
     

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