: Finally all that White usuless snow is gone....



BlackRavenDTS
03-25-11, 12:00 PM
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Projects this summer

- New Tires
- Buff out the car
- Replace grille with Chrome Genuine GM Grille
- Detail interior
- install Fridge and Bathroom
- Move in... lol

HartfordGuy
03-25-11, 02:10 PM
Amen brother! It was nice to wash the car last night knowing it would stay clean for at least a week. LOL

BlackRavenDTS
03-25-11, 04:44 PM
Amen brother! It was nice to wash the car last night knowing it would stay clean for at least a week. LOL

Thats New England for ya. One week snow another week rain then maybe sun then snow the next day.

Rusty058
03-25-11, 07:20 PM
Now that warmer weather(50 degrees) is here I have to get out a give her a good waxing.What do you guys use? My buddy uses Mothers(the wax) and his Toyota looks like new afterwards.

Superjim
03-25-11, 08:15 PM
I like Mequires and Mothers...that's all I ever use.

Jim

Jesda
03-25-11, 10:23 PM
Same here Jim. You guys ever use Griots?

Superjim
03-25-11, 10:52 PM
Same here Jim. You guys ever use Griots?

I have heard good things about Griots... but I have never used them...YET. :)

Jim

TulsaVic
03-26-11, 05:31 PM
For anyone that might be tempted, I've tried Turtlewax ICE Liquid polish and didn't like it. Left oil/smear residue on the dark cherry. Sun, shade, hot, cold produced the same results. ICE detailer, however, works fine and I prefer it to Meguiars since ICE can be applied in the sun with the car warm. Not Meguiars. But--and don't chuckle--just tried Pledge Multi-Surface cleaner and the results were great. No smearing. No residue. And the paint looks wet. But since it leaves no residue, there's not much water beading after using it. Wrote to SCJohnson and they don't recommend my using it, saying it hasn't been tested on auto paint. But they're just covering their derrieres.... Next time I think I'll try using the Pledge to clean the surface, then apply a spray detailer.