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Thread: The Truck from HELL

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    The Truck from HELL

    I had to use all of tricks on this diaster, including Q-Tips and plastic razor blades. This made my top 3 worst condition vehicles I ever had to detail. Man hours involved 10. Gary











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    Re: The Truck from HELL

    A footnote on detailing, someone mentioned in another post that you really don't need to wax or seal your car. I realize this truck is a worse case scenerio however it is a good example of how a finish can become dull/blemished/scratched and obused. You cannot possibly get a finish back to prestine condition without using chemicals and products desgined to bring life and protection to a vehicle. Amen. Gary

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    Re: The Truck from HELL

    very nice job i hate when people dont keep up with the vehicles

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    Re: The Truck from HELL

    Great job on the clean up/detailing!


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