Someone got sand in their V*****

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  1. Morgan06

    Morgan06 New Member

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    [Volkswagen Carpets :o] Lots of pics, random recent jobs.

    Interior Only job I see twice a year. Meguairs APC & Woolite.

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    Focus, Hocus Pocus Alakazam! Woolite works great for cleaning cloth seats. Spray on liberally, agitate with nylon brush if they're really bad, wipe with clean microfiber.

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    Some admittedly much cooler cars. SL63, S550 w/M205, 71 280SC w/ M105/205. All topped with P21S. Only car I didn't ONR was the S550.

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    Airstream 30ish feet. Dialed down the pressure washer PSI, had to hand scrub the roof seams with a short handle brush. Used frankenstein soap, Gold Class and APC.
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  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Nice collection of vehicles. :)

    Bet that VW interior sucks to clean.
     
  3. Morgan06

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    You of all people know how many times I had to go over those rugs. The white marks and dust on the rear seat were from one of those concrete garden lions- isn't that what the trunk is for? :ugh:
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    VW carpet ftmfl :o
     
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    El Slotho Every hour wounds. The last one kills.

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    Awesome work man. :bigthumb:
     
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  7. MartyFukstein

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    Fun fun.

    You probably know this, but the rear seat cushions in that jetta fold forward. Always interesting things to find in there.

    Same for the Ford Focus sedan...forward-folding rear seat cushions.

    Wait till you get a black VW interior with 10,000+ tiny white dog hairs. SEM black carpet dye one the carpets is the only option.
     
  8. Morgan06

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    Dog hair and a VW carpet, been there and I don't want that job again no matter how much it pays. I swear that carpet is so sticky, I could hook my Makita to it and have a Golf doing donuts. :rofl:

    Here's some more pictures from yesterday:

    M3 got wash with Gold Class, wheels with S100, clay with Clearkote Fine, P21S Paint Cleanser, 1Z Glanz Wax, two coats of P21S and Meguiars Non-Silicone Dressing on the tires. Really hard for me to take good shots of a white car in direct sun. Car had less than 100 miles on it, brand new yesterday morning.

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    This Range was in rough shape, but it belongs to a very good customer of mine so I cut him some slack. Charged him for a one step but used 105 on the hood and above the body line on green foam, followed by 205 on a blue foam for the whole truck and topped with S100. The sun was below the tree line by the time I finished, so shots are kind of deceptive. I'd still say there was 80% correction- not perfect but didn't take all day either.

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