How I detail my cars

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Tyrone Biggins, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. Wolf117

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    noice
     
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    Thanks
     
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    hey tyrone what do you use for bugs on the frontend. ive used the bug sponge but it seems to scratch a little, my cars black. Someone on G5club mentioned a microfiber bug sponge
     
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    I bought a sponge front auto zone that is a microfiber on one side and more like a regular sponge on the other. The trick with bugs is not letting them sit on there for days. I find it even hard to high pressure spray them off at a car wash. Bug and tar remover will take it off but immediatly was those spots with soapy water. Ive seen it turn a white car yellow where After you used it. You have a few minutes so dont freak out just dont let it sit on there.
     
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    i thnk i will ;)
     
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    Thanks :) If yall have any questions at all lmk I will be more then happy to help.
     
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    very nice job, wow. I think I want to do this to my car now.

    Now swirl marks or scratches?
     
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    In some problems I have to repeat process on the compounding, because I was doing it by hand. Sometimes scratches and swirls take some extra effort. Nothing a little patients cant fix. I got overspray off with the compound. It took me a long time. About an hour but it came off.
     

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