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Old 03-21-2007, 03:37 AM   #21
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your kidding right that'* the oldest trick in the books.

Try it. It really works.
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your kidding right that'* the oldest trick in the books.

Try it. It really works.
Paul does have age and tons of experience on his side. Although I'm not sure I'd recommend trans fluid. In case too much is used, you don't want it on the paint.
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your kidding right that'* the oldest trick in the books.

Try it. It really works.
Paul does have age and tons of experience on his side. Although I'm not sure I'd recommend trans fluid. In case too much is used, you don't want it on the paint.
In all things, moderation is the key. :P
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I've only used Meg'* spray Hot Shine, but I like it. The shine doesn't last long, but they still had a nice clean look for at least a couple weeks back when I last used it in the fall.
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Paul does have age and tons of experience on his side. Although I'm not sure I'd recommend trans fluid. In case too much is used, you don't want it on the paint.
Yes, everything in moderation applies in this case. You simply moisten a rag with a bit of fluid and wipe it on.
You would be amazed at how good it looks and how long it lasts.

When I was 20 years old, I could hardly afford the fuel so this trick saved us $$.

Now I use Meguirs cause I can afford it.
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