Saturday's Details: 04 Deville, 97 Ram 3500

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  1. JRock10

    JRock10 Active Member

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    Did a couple this weekend.

    Car:

    Washed Meg's Gold Class
    Werkstatt Prime
    Werkstatt Acrylic Jett Trigger
    Vacuumed
    Cleaned Windows
    Shampooed Mats
    Tires Dressed with Armor All Extreme Shine Gel
    Eagle One Nano Protectant on leather and Interior

    only ext pics, interior was pretty clean and it was just gray. couldn't tell much difference in the interior shots anyways, so I deleted them.

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    the hood and roof were very oxidized on this one. I threw all my aggressive compounds at this one and it still didn't budge.
    Washed Meg's Gold Class
    Clayed Mother's California Gold
    OHC with yellow cut pad on hood
    Compound Moose yellow cut pad on hood
    OC and Blue Moose Cutting Cream orange pad on hood
    OP white polish pad
    Collinite 845 IW
    Natty's Red
    Mother's Back to Black on trim
    Armor All Tire Foam in wells
    Armor All Extreme Shine Gel on tires.
    Shampooed carpets and seats
    Eagle One NanoProtectant on int plastics

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    the hood:
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    hood during:
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    front corner fully done:
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    btw, i did do the truck over two weekends. first time did the full detail, then came back when i got some more aggresive products to attack the hood and roof. as you can see in the last pic, i couldn't budge some of that stuff. i even went back to the old days and broke out the rotary with a wool pad. still no go. guess you can't win them all!
     
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    oh yeah, and Werkstatt is absolutly incredible and easy to use!
     
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    Nice job on both vehicles. The metallic flake really pops with the Werkstatt products!! :bigthumb:
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    The hood looks to be on the verge of clearcoat failure. Only a repaint will fix that.

    Otherwise, everything looks really good. :)
     

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