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Morn!

 

JD_SS and I were back at it this past Saturday knocking out a gorgeous SRT8 Grand Cherokee. Black of course.

 

Products Used:

Foam Gun

Flex

SHR

FMP

Claybar

DS

Orange Flex Pad-NEW PROTOTYPE PAD

White Flex Pad-NEW PROTOTYPE PAD

Glass Cleaner

APC

Boar's Hair Brush

Fender Brush

Lug n Trim Brush

SVRT

Invisible Undercarriage Spray

WW

In n Out Spray

SVRT-Water Mixture for Engine Bay

Metal Polish #1 and #2

Great White Drying Towel

Sidekick

Glass Towel

Edgeless Utility Towel

Leather Conditioner

Microfiber Applicator

Buttery Hex Grip Applicator

***New Secret Spray Sealant***

SingleSoft Towels

Brilliant Glaze on a Black PC Pad on the Flex at Speed 3

.0000 Steel Wool for the Tips

 

Is that all?

 

 

Before:

 

Poor Step Bad needed some love!

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Exhaust Tips could look better :lol:

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The Entire GC was swirled up, but nothing that JD or myself couldn't take care of, smiling the whole time!

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The process here was the same as the Audi A3 we had last week--demo a section to see what the correction process would be, and attack! We started out by giving the wheels, tires, wheel wells, and engine bay a good cleaning. Wash, Dry, Dress, Clay, Polish, Seal, Glaze.

 

During:

 

New Prototype Pads that I used, while JD used the current style.

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RESULTS!!!

 

I must say that this was a true joy to be a part of polishing out. I drive a TBSS so this is pretty much the "rival" if you will to my ride. I test drove one before deciding on the TBSS, and actually was pretty set on it, until I drove my SS! Everything cleaned and polished up very very nice! The engine bay, wheels, wheel wells, and exhaust tips are now worthy to hang with that sexy paint! :rockon:

 

Engine:

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Wheels/Tires/Wheel Wells/Trim:

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Exhaust Tips:

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The Hotness:

 

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Gratuitous Dylan Shot:

 

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BIG THANK YOU TO JD_SS for the help! Thank You all in advance for looking!

 

More writeups to come before you eat Turkey next month I promise.

 

Mook:pc:

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Adams works wonders on our jeeps, brought mine back to life when i did my first detail. Good work guys! that back hatch is crazy dirty and full of scratches wasnt it? there is such a big low pressure area behind these jeeps it just throws everthing up and off the back. Good job bringing it back to life!

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