Ultima Makes Her SHINE

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by jjski78, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. jjski78

    jjski78 New Member

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    Yeah, I said it, Ultima Paint Guard Plus. I bought a new 2009 Titan in May. Well, even after telling the dealer point blank "do NOT let your minimum wage lackeys get near my truck with a buffer!", they didn't listen. So they created some work for me. So this past weekend I finally got around to fixing their mess. Haven't been doing much detailing lately since I ruptured a lumbar disc and my right hip is failing, needless to say, I've been in a fair amount of pain. But I did the truck, so now I wanna show it off. Sorry the pics aren't that great, it was stupid overcast that day.

    Process:

    ONR
    Meguiars Professional Clay
    Optimum Compound
    Optimum Polish
    Ultima PGP
    303 Aerospace on all trim/tires

    On with the pics:

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    And these are straight down on the hood, catching the reflection of the overcast sky:

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    Enjoy, and please don't bash too hard.
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Good stuff, I've used it too. Mostly use Opti-Seal though, seems to clear out a bit quicker.
     
  3. jjski78

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    The Ultima does have a wicked oily looking haze at first, but so far I'm pretty impressed.
     

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