Thanks.finklejag said:Nice pics. I guess thats Graphite green?
I just used Meguire Clearner/Wax, the liquid stuff. I'm planning to put a coat of NuFinish a little later this week to add a bit of durability. I know, I know I should use a better paste wax, but that was all I had yesterday.ImolaDetail said:Looks great
What products are you using on your car?
I end up using different products on client cars based on color and condition. On my black 9-3 I have had good luck with Klasse AIO and SG. Right now I have a 4 layers of SG on and it looks wet with a deep reflection.
yeah, I would avoid the WD40 as well. Vinegar will remove the wax residue. Also, Klasse AIO and SG do not stain the trim.JAR said:What pics? I don't see any.
Also, in the detaling section I read that peanut butter gets rid of the excess wax as well, not sure what removes the peanut butter though , I'd be cautions of the WD-40, its good for rusted bults but not sure what else that stuff has to apply it on rubber/plastic or paint! Where the excess wax would be.
This pics just popped up! Forget that first sentence.
Boy, I've been in the dark ages with the wax/polish technology. I didn't know Klasse AIO and SG won't stain the plastic trim. That'll save a lot of time in detailing. Thanks.ImolaDetail said:yeah, I would avoid the WD40 as well. Vinegar will remove the wax residue. Also, Klasse AIO and SG do not stain the trim.
Smooth peanut butter was suggested a while ago for the black trim. hmm....might be the theory behind the chipmunks that kept on running away when I started my car. :cheesy:ImolaDetail said:yeah, I would avoid the WD40 as well. Vinegar will remove the wax residue. Also, Klasse AIO and SG do not stain the trim.