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98BlackSierra

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About 98BlackSierra

  • Rank
    Lifelong Chevy Owner
  • Birthday 02/25/1985

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Michigan

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  • Location
    Saginaw, MI
  • Interests
    Automotive detailing / Snowmobiling / Motorcycles / Traveling
  • Occupation
    Police Officer
  • Vehicle Year
    2016
  • Vehicle Make
    Chevrolet
  • Vehicle Model
    Silverado
  • Real Name
    Brandon

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  1. 98BlackSierra

    2007 Duramax Detail

    I’m not sure of that myself lol. He did just have the tailgate replaced because it rusted out, but the rest of it is solid. I think he just sprays the salt off a lot during the winter lol
  2. 98BlackSierra

    What Do You Look Like???

    Me and the wife on our wedding day
  3. 98BlackSierra

    2007 Duramax Detail

    I’ve been trying to fit this into my schedule for a couple weeks, but got it done today. Gave a substantial discount as the guy is like a second father to me. So....2007 LBZ Duramax in rough shape. It hasn’t had a detail in close to 6 years and it’s always parked outside. Interior was full of dog hair and so rear windows with drool lol. Engine bay was filthy and of course I forgot to grab before and afters. So enjoy the final product. Interior was vacuumed and the seats were cleaned with leather and upholstery cleaner with a horse hair brush. The seats were then conditioned with Adams Leather Conditioner. Interior glass was cleaned with Adams Glass Cleaner and the windshield had Brillant Glaze applied. The exterior was given a personal with Adams Car Shampoo from a foam cannon. The front end was soaked in Waterless Wash to loosen up the bugs. The truck was then clayed with Adams Big Blue clay bar that I still have. After the truck was clayed, I applied Adam’s all in one Polish with my 15mm Swirl Killer with a white pad. The tires were scrubbed with Adams Rubber & Tire Cleaner and a blue tire brush. The wheels were cleaned with Wheel Cleaner and a red wheel brush. Engine bay was cleaned with All Purpose Cleaner and dressed with VRT.
  4. 98BlackSierra

    New Member from Indiana

    Welcome Jeff!! It doesn’t take long to get addicted at all lol. Mine started several years ago with one bottle of Pumpkin Spice detail spray.
  5. 98BlackSierra

    Lifted truck undercarriage

    Honestly with all that detail under there, I'd clean with Car Shampoo and then wipe it down with some Detail Spray. Maybe even some of the Buttery Wax to set it off. All of the other black frame components, I'd use the Undercarriage Spray as you suggested. Truck looks beautiful BTW.
  6. 98BlackSierra

    Items to Trade

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  7. I use the glass cleaner around the house. The wifey is amazed how well that paired with a glass towel cleans our mirrors and pictures compared to her Windex and cheap microfibers.
  8. 98BlackSierra

    New from AZ!

    Welcome!!
  9. 98BlackSierra

    New guy here in Washington

    Welcome!!
  10. 98BlackSierra

    New truck

    Looks good! I have a ‘16 I’m leasing and the thoughts of owning a ‘19 make me sick lol. Looks like I’ll be buying used when the lease is up next year.
  11. 98BlackSierra

    Items to Trade

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  12. 98BlackSierra

    Limited Edition Products

    I just use the normal Detail Spray and open the other bottles to smell from time to time 😂
  13. 98BlackSierra

    Limited Edition Products

    Mine is super small compared to your guys lol. I figured I’d start collecting the LE Detail Sprays. Only one missing is the Cars and Coffee bottle I got later that day. Also, did anyone notice that aluminum is spelled wrong on the Mystery Detail Spray? I’m too ocd lol
  14. 98BlackSierra

    What did you do today?

    Did a paint correction on my buddy’s ‘18 Ram. Love how it turned out
  15. 98BlackSierra

    Am I Using Enough??

    I just did a one step polish on my buddy's '18 Ram with my new 15mm SK. I felt like I wasn't using enough, but maybe its in my head. I started out with 4 dime sized dots of the polish on the foam pad followed with a spray of Detail Spray. I've watched the videos before where Adam will spray a blast of Detail Spray when the pad begins to get dry to recharge the polish. I feel like I didn't use enough polish as I only reapplied it to the pad maybe 6-7 times during the whole process? What are your guys thoughts??
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