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got to start my memorial day weekend off by cleaning up a friends truck...the outside wasnt bad at all since he only took it through touchless car washes and never did anything else outside of that...he said he tried waxing it and it took him 6 hours lol...there was still dried up wax in the jams that i had to get off...the interior was alright with just a few areas that needed some attention...sorry the before pics suck i had to try and use the video camera since my wife had my regular camera

 

here was the process

 

-Interior was done first so I wiped down all the door panels and dash with Leather and Interior Cleaner

-Cleaned the inside of the windows with Glass Cleaner

-Dressed the door panels and dash with SVRT

-Swept out the truck

-Cleaned floor mats with All Purpose Cleaner

-Sprayed the carpet with Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner and let dwell for 5 minutes. Sprayed with hot water from my Bissell Auto then agitated with capet brush and extracted

-Dressed floor mats with SVRT

-For the outside I started by cleaning the rims with Green Wheel Cleaner and boars hair bush and cleaned the wheels and wheel wells with All Purpose Cleaner

-Foamed the truck with a mix of Car Shampoo and All Purpose Cleaner to strip the paint

-2 bucket wash with grit guards with a Car Shampoo and All Purpose Cleaner mix

-Sprayed the engine bay with All Purpose Cleaner and agitated that with the wheel well brush and sprayed it off

-Dried the truck with Great White Drying Towel and Detail Spray

-Clayed the truck with Adam's clay and Detail Spray as the lubricant

-Did the 2 step polishing with Swirl and Haze Remover followed by Fine Machine Polish

-Used the 4" pads on the drill with Swirl and Haze Remover on a few tougher scrathes

-Waterless Wash wipe down to get any remaining polish residue off

-Applied Machine Super Sealant. Wiped off after 45 minutes. 12 hours later did wipe down with Detail Spray

-Dressed the engine bay, tires, bed cover, and all other plastic trim with SVRT and In and Out Spray

-Sprayed Invisible Undercarriage Spray in the wheel wells

 

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and the much better afters

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and i treated myself and my family to this the following day...8 pounds of brisket smoked for 9 hours

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great job man! night and day difference. I even noticed the shine on the rear wheel wells lol

 

thanks lol

 

how did you get the stains out of the seats? did you use the interior cleaner or uphoelstery (however you spell it!) cleaner? Great job!

 

yeah i used the carpet and upholstery cleaner...i sprayed it then agitated with the carpet brush...i then hit it with my Bissell auto heat and hot water to make sure it was completely gone

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