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Beemer

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    Just a boy and his rocket.
  • Birthday 02/19/1963

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    North Texas

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    North Texas
  • Vehicle Year
    2010
  • Vehicle Model
    Camaro 1LT
  • Real Name
    Roger

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  1. When in doubt, throw it out! (It rhymes so it must be true.)
  2. This is SO not true..... (This statement is NOT directed at Chris but is about ideas in general.)
  3. I know they say it's OK to let the soap dry on your paint but I never do. It's just too easy to grab the foam gun mid-wash and give it another spray-down. My water here in rural Texas is VERY hard and I just don't want to risk it. I think the soft Colorado water might act differently.
  4. Most modern washing machines use a lot less water when washing a small load. You probably will use just as much water (if not more) washing by hand.
  5. Yep. Listen to Shane. He's the man.
  6. Here's a better order (IMHO): 1. Rinse car off. 2. Iron Remover 3. Strip Wash 4. Clay 5. Polish 6. Coating Prep 7. Coating And here's a smaller version of your sig pic. Good luck!
  7. I applied Tire Armor to my Camaro in November. It's been over two months now. Yesterday I gave the Camaro a Rinseless Wash. First time I washed the car since November. (It was a pretty wet December here in Texas so I didn't have it out much but I put at least a couple of hundred miles on it when the weather was nice.) After the Risneless Wash I used Waterless Wash on the Wheels and Tires. Just wiped the tires down with Waterless Wash and a Utility Towel. I think they look FANTASTIC! You can see how dirty the tires were (I have a 100 yard long dirt driveway) because the treads and wheel wells are still dirty. Only wiped down the sidewalls. So - to sum up - Tire Armor works GREAT and last a long time on a garage kept, weekend driven, good weather car. Light cleanup on the tires becomes super easy. The jury is still out on the daily driver, filthy F150.
  8. Interior Detailer will work great on your leather. Think of Interior Detailer as Detail Spray for the interior. How often on Leather Conditioner? Depends on a lot of things. Condition of the leather, how much it is used, where the car is kept, weather? I condition about twice a year on my garage kept weekender. Interior Detailer the rest of the time.
  9. There are plenty of Adam's products that are perfect for your situation. I agree - a coating is not for everyone. I haven't made the leap either - but the spray coating is very intriguing and I'll probably give it a try in the summer. Don't feel like you have to use every Adam's product. They are broadening the product line but the more traditional waxes and sealants are still great for an ungaraged daily driver. Sometimes it can be depressing when an exciting new product comes out and it just won't work for you. Try not to take it personally and use what DOES work for you.
  10. I think i would contact the manufacturer of the seats and see what they recommend.
  11. I like to use the front of the towel on the front of the car and the back of the towel on the back of the car. But sometimes I switch it up just to keep things interesting.
  12. Are they tinted? Maybe it's inside between the tint and the glass?
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