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Old 10-03-2014, 03:53 PM   #1
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Hey guys new to the forums here. I was able to take a in depth video of the car i worked on today, thought if you guys like it i can post videos of me working on Supra's in the future. Tell me what you think. Thanks.




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Got to work on a Evo, wish i couldve taken more pics but it was dark outside.




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Old 10-18-2014, 11:49 PM   #3
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Got to do a interior detail on this s2000, love the red interior, used same process for cleaning the interior like you saw in the video, but didnt get to do carpet extraction.

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Would you guys like another how to video on either of these cars? Acura interior 50/50 shot, bmw getting cleaned. Anyone interested in learning something i can try to help, or if you have an idea for a future how to video lmk.




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Always looking to know more about detailing. We have a thread in the Carolina's Chapter.

https://mustangforums.com/forum/caro...ling-talk.html

I always struggle with keeping glass clean. Any secrets?
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Always looking to know more about detailing. We have a thread in the Carolina's Chapter.

https://mustangforums.com/forum/caro...ling-talk.html

I always struggle with keeping glass clean. Any secrets?
Yes glass usually is a bit hard to keep streak free. I clean my glass every time i wash my car. I wash my car every week and a half no longer than that. I have two towels, first one i use to take off the majority of the water, then the second i spray glass cleaner on (rain x) and make sure to get it streak free. Do a few passes just to make sure. Regarding the product, i use rain x wich is actually a over the counter product that works good in my opinion, im hoping to give the other brands a try in the future like meguiars and poorboys, and so on. One thing i noticed though, is the more you take care of your glass the easier it is to maintain, so in other words if you dont clean your glass as often as i do it will be harder to keep clean, where as if you make it a weekly thing and do a good job every time, it will get easier and easier every time. Does that help?
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