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| Originally posted by mrogers@May 15 2004, 08:22 PM |
Where could I find this "Absorber" and the California water blade? I've never seen them in my local stores.
| Originally posted by brien4787@May 15 2004, 02:23 PM |
i just got my black e36 detailed and it looks great. i want to keep its look for as long as possible.
i just bought a mr clean auto dry a few weeks ago and it is pretty nice not having to dry your car.
i asked one of the detailers cleaning my car and he said to use a shamy to dry, and liquid waxes are pretty good since i have no experience in waxing or using a buffer and they dont take for ever to use.
should i go out and buy a shamy, or should i just stick with my auto dry?
what is the best liquid wax i can buy. how long does it take and how do i wax my car with it.
is there any way to get little chips out of my paint? the detailers took out a bunch scratches, but they couldnt get the paint chips out.
as for the dash, what should i use? armor-all?
feel free to add anything else in.
| Originally posted by brien4787@May 16 2004, 07:35 PM |
1) is this water blade just a squeegie, kind of like the ones they have at gas stations to clean your windshields?
2)is there a product out there that will stop ... the windows from getting fogged in the morning....
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