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Wow, she's a dirty!
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She loves getting soaped down though!
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Ah, a fresh rinse!
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Microfiber towels are the only way to dry!
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The following pictures are after drying! Enjoy! Please comment :D
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A black Taurus, shiny, with the Alloy slicers...im jealous. Looks good Jess. I dont even see the ding you made :p
 

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Just so long as you didn't use the brush <_<

Could use some wax though :eek: Blast out the wheel wells too ;) Good deal on the MF towels :thumb:

Good job :)
 

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thanks for the compliments guys!

I will look into giving it a coat of wax and doing the wheel wells when i get some more free time :)
 

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If you are at a DIY coin wash, you must to the wheel wells... also BEND down and get the under carriage sprayed...
 

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Originally posted by afi292@Jun 1 2004, 09:25 PM
thanks for the compliments guys!

I will look into giving it a coat of wax and doing the wheel wells when i get some more free time :)
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I like Meguiars products and I reccomend the quick detailer also. The wax as you dry is not bad stuff between wax jobs either.

And good call on the MF towels. I bought a couple "Big Blue" mf's and I will never ever use a cotton towel again. Compared to MF cotten feels like sandpaper on your clearcoat. :blink:
 

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Originally posted by jtkz13@Jun 1 2004, 10:08 PM
I like Meguiars products and I reccomend the quick detailer also. The wax as you dry is not bad stuff between wax jobs either.

And good call on the MF towels. I bought a couple "Big Blue" mf's and I will never ever use a cotton towel again. Compared to MF cotten feels like sandpaper on your clearcoat. :blink:
Get the pro line... #34 Final inspection or Final Detail. Meg's makes good stuff :)

Are you talking about he Eagle one Wax as you dry? People are loving it on the detail forums, I picked some up this weekend but haven't used it yet. One note, it is NOT an alternative to waxing, it's QD like thing to use to keep it looking fresh (like a QD).

As for MF towels, you should try my pak shak ultras, you talk about soft :D A bit pricey though at $6 for the small and $10 for the larger ones. Oh and if you want them for drying... try waffle weave MF's ;) :thumb:
 

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I know its not a supplement for waxing, but with my schedule I'm lucky to be able to wash it let alone spend a day detailing. Its great to keep it shiny between waxing sessions.

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Originally posted by jtkz13@Jun 1 2004, 10:19 PM
I know its not a supplement for waxing, but with my schedule I'm lucky to be able to wash it let alone spend a day detailing. Its great to keep it shiny between waxing sessions.

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Exactly the intent of the product :thumb:
 

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Lookin Great, you gotta love the looks of a clean black car. Those microfiber towls do wonders, they kinda suck if you have dry hands though, has a weird feeling to them. I use them with the McGuires quick wipe and taking wax off. Leaves no dust at all. :banana:
 
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Originally posted by Nick986@Jun 1 2004, 09:16 PM
A black Taurus, shiny, with the Alloy slicers...im jealous. Looks good Jess. I dont even see the ding you made :p
I don't see any slicers. :huh:
 

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Originally posted by SHO Continental+Jun 2 2004, 06:02 PM--><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (SHO Continental @ Jun 2 2004, 06:02 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Nick986@Jun 1 2004, 09:16 PM
A black Taurus, shiny, with the Alloy slicers...im jealous.  Looks good Jess.  I dont even see the ding you made :p
I don't see any slicers. :huh: [/b][/quote]
umm my car has 5 spoke slicers...
 

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Did you get your bumper fixed?
 
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Gosh, look at that ugly looking car....how can you stand to drive that thing...YUCK :wacko:

















LOL jk :lol2: :p
 

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Mannnnnnnn, that topic title is so misleading! I was expecting to to see young, giggly girls in bikinis washing cars, thanks for ruining my night. :p
 
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steve, you can still see that if you wanted to... lol. come down to detroit, you'll see it all the time, for free! :p
 

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Originally posted by MySablesNameIsBruce@Jun 2 2004, 09:02 PM
Gosh, look at that ugly looking car....how can you stand to drive that thing...YUCK :wacko:

















LOL jk :lol2: :p
lol hey now ;) i know youd do anythign ... for my sport!
 
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