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Detailing & Appearance Discuss washing, waxing and detailing information as well as interior/exterior cosmetic modifications. This includes neons, body, cosmetic wheels, etc. Even under the hood detailing.

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Old 12-14-2007, 11:08 PM   #11
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That'* what it needs is more members with experience. It'* had an influx of new members, but how much experience they have I don't know. I do know there are a few, including the owners of Danase and Excel Detail, that have a lot of knowledge. But I agree, there probably have been some responses from people without a lot of experience with stuff. That'* why I try not to post a lot because I can have a tendency to do the same because I've read a lot about a product or process and I just want to be helpful, but I really haven't experienced it myself.
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You have two excellent cars and a Ford, and I would suspect someone with your fleet to have tons of experience with detailing. Of course, if you like your current paint job, you probably wouldn't experiment with random car detailing products. You probably have a lot of experience with just a small number of brands. I need the spring time and my 94...
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Nah, actually I don't have much experience at all. I used to wax my car when I was in college and single, but nothing special. It wasn't until I got my Bonneville (being newer and black) that I decided to get serious about it. I'm not going to spend the $$ on tons of stuff like some people do, and I don't do it for money, so I have limited experience with a few products. When something runs out I'll maybe try something new. Otherwise I just have a few lsp'* and such.
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