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    Arrow ***official auto detailing thread***

    Here we discuss what products and equipment we use, what techniques we use, answer any questions people have and just talk about detailing in general. (and this can include RVs, motorcyles, planes, etc..)

    If you have questions make sure you provide a detailed explanation or provide pictures...even then it can be hard to conclude what the problem could be without seeing it in person.

    Some products I use:
    Flex 3401 VRG
    Wheel Woolies
    Wool Wash Mitts
    Adam's Americana Paste Wax
    MF cutting/polishing pads
    And many many more...



    I always try to buy and test products when I can, but have settled on a handful of some.

    Some random pictures I have...

    Just bought AMMO's Wheel regimen a few weeks ago and love it.


    This stuff is a joke and a rip-off service done at dealers only. Only car dealers get their hands on this stuff.


    One of the many ways to clean dirty wheels.


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    What is that thing cleaning your wheels? A steam brush?
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    how do i get water spots off my car? I waxed it using armorall butter wax or some chit but i can still kind of see them. Not as bad as they were though
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    routinely

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    Originally Posted by natypes View Post
    What is that thing cleaning your wheels? A steam brush?
    A steam cleaner with a jet nozzle

    Originally Posted by Rooney15 View Post
    how do i get water spots off my car? I waxed it using armorall butter wax or some chit but i can still kind of see them. Not as bad as they were though
    A wax isn't a cleaner, so you start with the simplest method first...quick detailer/waterless wash/all purpose cleaner diluted/white vinegar . Next is claying and then after that polishing by hand or a machine
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    Using a porter cable 7424
    Best products for swirl removal I have found have been meguiars m105/m205
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    I fuking hate cleaning my car. I'm actually very embarrassed by that as well.
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    Originally Posted by maddenbowler1 View Post
    Using a porter cable 7424
    Best products for swirl removal I have found have been meguiars m105/m205
    Nice...a lot of these companies nowadays are going after those products. 2 step is the way to go.
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    I bought one of these kits and have used it several times:

    http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...roduct_Count=3

    If you do it right and seal it, you'll make your life much easier. It's quite a bit of work the first time, a good day to day and a half depending.
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    Originally Posted by natypes View Post
    I fuking hate cleaning my car. I'm actually very embarrassed by that as well.
    A lot of people hate it...its a big business. If you use the right products, it can be awesome.
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    Originally Posted by jdboyd78 View Post
    I bought one of these kits and have used it several times:

    http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...roduct_Count=3

    If you do it right and seal it, you'll make your life much easier. It's quite a bit of work the first time, a good day to day and a half depending.
    The funny thing is I have never used their products, but have heard nothing but good things about them. That's a solid price for that kit.
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    i went nuts with detailing back in college when i had a ton of time... but as of right now i just got a box full ofsolutions, no pads (too worn), and a porter cable collecting dust >_>
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    What products do you prefer for cleaning and dressing leather seats?
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    im not a detailer myself but check out my friend's site and work : www.luccielitedetail.com

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    Originally Posted by jwlee7ucla View Post
    i went nuts with detailing back in college when i had a ton of time... but as of right now i just got a box full ofsolutions, no pads (too worn), and a porter cable collecting dust >_>
    Get back out there!! Tons of new pad options. They now make microfiber cutting and polishing pads...making Rotaries more and more obsolete.

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    What products do you prefer for cleaning and dressing leather seats?
    Right now I am using Adam's Leather and Interior cleaner and their conditioner. It kind of depends on the sheen you want your seats to have. I like Chemical Guys' and Pinnacle as well. Lexol gets good reviews and I believe you can get it at auto parts store. Never used it though.
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    Originally Posted by nico335 View Post
    im not a detailer myself but check out my friend's site and work : www.luccielitedetail.com

    im sure he'll answer any questions
    Ive seen his amazing work. Very jealous he does this full time and the cars he gets to touch. Lucky him!
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    Some of the best detailing sites...some have forums too.

    I cant link...?

    EDIT: I cant seem to link any websites without getting a connection error
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    wish I had time to do that type of stuff, I'm lucky if I get a chance to wash my jeep every 2-3 weeks. I just vaccumed it out last night for the first time in 6 months
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    Originally Posted by Agent Lazy 78 View Post
    wish I had time to do that type of stuff, I'm lucky if I get a chance to wash my jeep every 2-3 weeks. I just vaccumed it out last night for the first time in 6 months
    Yeah some of this stuff takes 8+hours...I have spent 16 hours on bad paint/dirty interior, but that included everything inside and out, plus protection. This was before some of the nice MF pads that are out now.
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    1z einz glanz wax
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    I literally have a full basement of product that i have never used or used once. I just lost passion for detailing my car after i discovered new hobbies.
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    One of the many ways to clean dirty wheels.
    it's time to lay off the meth brah
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    If you're starting fresh and plan on waxing/sealing/using semi-perm products...or commonly called LSPs (Last Step Products), then this is the process:

    1. Strip Wash but don't dry; sheet rinse
    2. Decon spray/iron out
    3. Rinse or wash again depending on your OCD level
    4. Clay
    5. Polish + IPA wi****wn
    6. Seal
    7. Glaze
    8. Wax

    Some are optional and some you can "tweak"
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    Originally Posted by ct9a evo View Post
    flex 3401
    LC pads
    Uber pads
    Uber MF towels
    Various menz polishes
    various meguiars polishes
    black diamond sealent
    1z einz glanz wax
    1z kockpit

    I literally have a full basement of product that i have never used or used once. I just lost passion for detailing my car after i discovered new hobbies.
    Good product lineup...send me everything?

    Menzerna is a lot of professionals' go to, specifically FG-400

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    i've always wanted to open my own detailing business. might be something i do later on in life
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    Originally Posted by gary69 View Post
    i've always wanted to open my own detailing business. might be something i do later on in life
    Would be awesome. There are a lot of success stories out there and would just be plain fun. Being a distributor of products sounds awesome too. One day man...one day.
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    No detailing bros?

    I guess I will just talk to myself.

    A quick tip: for anyone that likes to do interiors of cars or does them a decent amount of times then invest in a steam cleaner. You can find good ones for around $100-200. You can even use them on exterior parts or the engine. Use it around the house as well.
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    Bedtime bump...any questions? Any tips/techniques from detailing bros? Any more process pictures?

    I'll post my STI wheels bleeding out from Sonax wheel cleaner FE tomorrow if I can find it...amazing stuff.

    Going to sleep now .
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    Morning bros bump...a lot of people talk about cars on here, but no one knows how to care for them or correct and protect them?
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    Don't know a thing about detailing except that you should buy good products. Any starter kits that you would recommend that don't cost a fortune?
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