Dirty to clean.

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Camarors8992, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. Camarors8992

    Camarors8992 New Member

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  2. NightyNight

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    haha, how long did that take?
     
  3. Run N. Gun

    Run N. Gun Active Member

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    I'm sure a pressure washer made a much easier time of that mess. LOL! Looks great!
     
  4. amill94

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    Judging by the trees in the pictures it looks like it took all spring. :mamoru:

    Looks good. what products were used and do you have any closer shots?
     
  5. Camarors8992

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    It took a long time, that day I ran the jeep through a touch free car wash and what a joke that was. I hand washed it twice and it was decent but the wheel wells and door jambs were still filthy. That after picture is of yesterday when I finally cleaned the door jambs and painted my wheel wells and undercarriage. I used mothers clay bar, and mothers steps 1-3. Armor all car wash to wash it.
     
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    Really good before and after when you start with a muddy vehicle!

    Looks really nice! :)
     
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