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This is a discussion on Back 98 WS6 within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; You would have to spend a LOT on a custom fit cover. One that wouldn't damage the finish. Your run ...

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    You would have to spend a LOT on a custom fit cover. One that wouldn't damage the finish.
    Your run of the mill cover tends to be a bit abrasive.

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    Looks good!

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    Roll Tide!! LOL J/K

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    looks good!! Man, that paint -was- in -tough- shape!! Good job!!


    I use all of Menzerna's stuff and it seems to work great for me I used to use Zaino exclusively but then wanted something to prep the paint better so I switched to Menzerna.

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    if i was a girl, i'd be moist right now...that car looks immaculant. If I pay for your plane ticket-will you sex up my car too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    if i was a girl, i'd be moist right now...that car looks immaculant. If I pay for your plane ticket-will you sex up my car too?
    Bring it to Colorado.

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    Wow...holy mother of shit. I did not think those kind of results were possible with just a hose and elbow grease. That was amazing man. Do you think that if I took my car to a detailers they could get those kind of results? I do all my cleaning in the driveway, and with the sun shining on it in 80+ degree weather it is hard to do anything, but that my man was art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Bring it to Colorado.
    oh sure, and when I drive it home-it'll look good as Old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smkn_TA View Post
    and with the sun shining on it in 80+ degree weather
    That is a problem.
    The sun and washing don't mix well. Try to wash either real early in the morning or right after the sun has gone down.

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    ^ agreed! -washing your car in the sun is like pissing in the wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smkn_TA View Post
    Wow...holy mother of shit. I did not think those kind of results were possible with just a hose and elbow grease. That was amazing man. Do you think that if I took my car to a detailers they could get those kind of results? I do all my cleaning in the driveway, and with the sun shining on it in 80+ degree weather it is hard to do anything, but that my man was art.
    A good detailer can do that kind of work, but its really just hit and miss on finding a "good" detailer. You have to find some1 detail oriented and loves his work. Basically find an OCD messican

    But seriously your best bet is to ask around your area for some local detailers who have pictures of their work.

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    homemade foam gun:
    what did you use to make the homemade foam gun and where did you buy the stuff to make the gun with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99blueLS1 View Post
    what did you use to make the homemade foam gun and where did you buy the stuff to make the gun with?

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    Hehe!!!
    I actually already had a spray bottle around. The only thing I did was to take off the spray head off a bottle of fertilizer, and screw it onto my spray bottle. I guess you could use the same fertilizer container, but make sure you clean it thoroughly

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    Here's the link to my homemade foam gun

    My new detailing tool!

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    haha thanks alot man. i was lookin at the one you can buy cant remember the website rite off but it was a little more that i wanted to pay for a foam gun lol.

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    Yeah they are kinda high but I bought one-and I love it!! I spray the foam -and my sister scrubs the car!!!! hahahahaha. Prolly one of the only perks of having a bad back! LOL

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    Do you or anyone happen to remember the website. I might just suck it up and buy one lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99blueLS1 View Post
    Do you or anyone happen to remember the website. I might just suck it up and buy one lol.
    Autogeek maybe?


    http://www.autogeek.net/pifofowagun.html

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    Yea, you can get it there or Pinnacle but I kinda think they run autogeek.com so the price will be the same. They are in Florida so I was trying to avoid sales tax but apparently Pinnacle is Florida based as well.

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