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Subject: BMW M5 – Dinan Series

 

My neighbor brought over one of his fun cars; I wanted to see what a boatload of Adam’s products would do to it.

 

First a walk around

 

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Wheels, meet Green Wheel Cleaner……Green Wheel Cleaner say hello to the wheels

 

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Bucket of suds plus the wheel well brush, I like using it on the tires, gets them real clean

 

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Getting the Green Powerstick ready to work its magic

 

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For them hard to reach areas

 

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New Adam’s Wheel Brush

 

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It may be small but it gets the job done

 

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They clean up real nice

 

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Used the Green Wheel Cleaner inside the wheel wells and scrubbed them before a wash

 

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All 4 wheels and wheel wells done

 

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Preping for the car shampoo

 

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First get it wet

 

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Now the shampoo

 

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A real hand wash with the Adam’s JUMBO Wash Pad

 

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Now the rinse off

 

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This is where I go a little different, I use the electric leaf blower to blow off the big stuff, then I go over it with the White Waffle Drying Towel

 

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Now it’s all washed and dried

 

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Then it got the clay bar and detail spray treatment, did all the glass and paint, no pictures, kinda forgot.

 

Getting the buffer all ready to go…….saw another member try this, guess what it works better…lol

 

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My neighbor wanted to try his hand at the Porter Cable 7424

 

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Then came out the Butter Wax, again I forgot to get pictures, was moving fast

 

Ok now for an Adam’s product that I would buy in gallons……Brilliant Spray Glaze

 

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After 20 minutes

 

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Final Shots

 

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Now some “Adam’s Shots”

 

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Nice, always wanted that car.

Saw a challenger like you have in Carlisle PA it was red and had a big black stripe going down the side. And i can say that i was very impressed. Do not ussally go for the muscle car look let alone a Chrsyler. so get choice in car.

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Saw a challenger like you have in Carlisle PA it was red and had a big black stripe going down the side. And i can say that i was very impressed. Do not ussally go for the muscle car look let alone a Chrsyler. so get choice in car.

 

Sweet, I don't know if I would've been diggin that stripe on there but to each is own I suppose.

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Wow!! Thanks for posting all the pics!!

 

How long did that take to detail??

 

I took my time, the owner also wanted to try out all of the Adam's products (I talk about them all the time). With the owner helping out it took about 6 hours, he was happy with the way it came out, plus I think he will be making an order soon.

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Looks good! Brings back memories... Dad had one of those models minus the Dinan work.

 

Thing ate clutches like MAD! 2 clutches in like 30,000 miles and he drove manuals his whole life.

 

His new M5 hasn't had nary an issue since new in '06.

 

I LOVE Bimmers...

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