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#1 (permalink) Old 05-24-2005, 02:06 AM
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Okay, so I guess it didn't really need it so much as a good waxing job... but it sure is shiny!



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pictures of you in a bikini washing it. PLSKTHX

jk your car looks GREAT! Good job. I clayed half of our white 328i but got lazy. The clay really does a great job but the car really needs it because of this tree that dripped stuff on it. Your car looks great good work!

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you forgot to clean the wheel wells.

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you forgot to clean the wheel wells.
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Boo. I came home from class and spent hours on that. My hands almost fell off. I cleaned them... just not very well, I guess. They'd be the same color, how could you tell?

Thanks, Slvr . I almost gave up a few times... then people started coming home and commenting and I coulnd't just quit.
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It looks very nice though. Easiest way I have found to clean the wheel wells is to use some simple green diluted to a 1:5 mix with water and spray it up in there before you wash the rest of the car. After the car is dry, I then use the Meguiars Hot Shine spray and turn the wheels all the way to the left, then spay as much as you can, then turn the wheels all the way to the right and get what is left. The backl wheels are somewhat of a PITA, but it is worth it, It gives it a completed look.

I cold tell by looking at the third picture.

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