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Thread: A nice clean Cadillac..

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    Re: A nice clean Cadillac..

    I'm sure you can get a similar result for a bit cheaper:
    http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...on-detail.html

    But its worth checking


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    Bolt ons and Bolt ins, and Bolt underneaths.

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    Re: A nice clean Cadillac..

    Quote Originally Posted by Kad4Life View Post
    I always wash my top before I wash my bottom mate .
    And always front before back.

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    Re: A nice clean Cadillac..

    And you kids wonder why there aren't any ladies here.

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    Re: A nice clean Cadillac..

    Quote Originally Posted by X Rolls-Royce View Post
    Scratches and swirls come from a tiny piece of sand or dirt trapped on your cleaning cloth.
    In the future rinse your cloth frequently. Some polishes promise to remove scratches and swirl marks.
    And chamois are the worst offenders for trapping dirt particles. I would never use one on my car. Microfiber is a much safer bet.

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