My First Customer Car

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Labster, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. Labster

    Labster OT Supporter

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    Pics of my first customer detail. Took longer then I expected (3.5hrs) but I wasn't properly equiped for the tar that was near the wheel wells so that took way longer then it should have.
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    Another pic from my first customer detail.
    Products Used:
    Meguiars Car Wash
    Mothers Metal Polish
    Mothers Back in Black
    Stoner Invisible Glass
    Meguiars NXT Wax
    Tru Green Bug/Tar Remover
     
  2. Shifty Capone

    Shifty Capone New Member

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    looks purty
    =D
     
  3. perry

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    Saw the post on Autopia.. good job :bigthumb:
     
  4. Labster

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    thanks
     
  5. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Looks pretty good! Did you just do the one step with NXT on the paint? If you want something that works well with NXT to use when the paint needs some polishing, try Meguiars #80 Speed Glaze. #80/NXT is a very nice and easy to use combo.
     
  6. BlazinBlazer Guy

    BlazinBlazer Guy Witness to The De-Evolution of Mankind.

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    I've been using alot of DACP/NXT/S100 lately for my customers.... considering I don't think I've detailed a non-silver car in the past month (and I've detailed ~20 cars) they all look really good with that combo.

    I'm going to have an Avalanche to do next weekend, and the guy is complaining about how the body cladding is faded out; I've gotta figure out what to use on that. I'm contemplating black shoe polish cream :o
     

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