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  1. Bringing your question to @shane@detailedreflections attention. Two of those products are to clean the paint. Two are to top the coating. However I don’t think you don’t need to use all 4 products together. You probably CAN. But I’m not sure your NEED to. Shane will chime in with his expertise.
  2. I very much want to add something constructive but all that I keep thinking is: ....when I dip you dip we dip Sorry!
  3. If you don’t have the extractor or steamer, you can get good results with vinegar and distilled water. I had great results with the situation below. I think it mixed it 50/50 for the salt crust below (I posted it somewhere on here. I’ll edit here when I find it.). It was a matter of soaking and blotting/wiping repeatedly.
  4. Tick-tock tick-tock @falcaineer ! Curious about your thoughts.
  5. In my opinion, Wash n Wax doesn’t suds up as much as some of the other shampoos. But I still like it, especially for winter washes if I can get a two bucket wash in. I also like it for my wheels . I took @mc2hill’s suggestion and put some in a ik foamer to spray on the wheels for maintenance washes. My wheels just have sealant on them. They aren’t ceramic coated.
  6. You can experiment with the last step products, to see what suits you. That’s half the fun. You can get a ton of gloss adding brilliant glaze to either HGG or Americana. I use Americana on my sunny days only car. Then I bust out the brilliant glaze for shows. Try a few combos and see what you prefer. I do think the Brilliant Glaze helps us lighter colors get some pop—which is much more difficult to accomplish than darker colored paint IMHO. @falcaineer who has a white car will agree with me, I think. Heres a link to a few pics and combos I’ve used in the past.
  7. A whole week of above freezing and no snow to come, meant I raced home from work to wash my car. It’s only the second time this winter the weather and time off have aligned for a wash. Washing away winter grime is so rewarding. The house up for sale next door had a prospective buyer walk up right when I dropped my Ultra Plush Drying towel on the driveway along with an FBomb. Oops. 🤦🏻‍♀️🤭🤪 The house is probably going to be on the market a little longer... 😬
  8. I’m sure they will send you one, but if you can’t get a hold of them, I have elevenity million of them. I can mail you one.
  9. If you use a LSP (like paint sealant, HGG or the ceramic spray) on your wheels, the brake dust will be much easier to clean. You then won’t necessarily always need the wheel cleaner. I use paint sealant and HGG every few washes. Keeps them in a manageable condition. I use regular car shampoo for maintenance washes, and only need the wheel cleaner once in a while. Eventually I’ll ceramic coat mine.
  10. Those wheels deserve their own photo. Nice!
  11. 8675309'SS

    Food Thread

    Fried Chicken dipped in a North Carolina sauce. Fist time making it. Will make it again!
  12. Hat —————————> Ring! Thanks for the fun Dan and Adam’s team.
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