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Discussion in 'Detailing Topic' started by iregret, Feb 9, 2010.
couldn't say it any better myself.
id be way to afraid to scratch it up!!!!!
but I guess rust is worse...
Costs and arm and a leg
No pun intended
o wow...thanks for the tip
Yep...After washing cars for 25 years I don't think my cloth or sponge ever once hit bottom. Just ' dip ' in gently so any sediment doesn't get kicked up.
Same here, my wash cloth is never thrown into the bucket and only wet with the non wax cutting suds at the top. If you need a grit guard, why not buy a $1 colander and drop it inverted into your wash pail. Another solution is to buy a $1 plastic wash pail, cut it to the desired depth and drill some holes in the bottom and invert into your wash bucket? These are cheap solution options to the grit guard and save $$$ for speed equipment.
Same here. Good body work is difficult to get done in the UK. So after painting it in '93 I have very rarely got it wet other than getting caught in rain.
Water and heat/sun are the enemy when it comes to rust and paint fade...
Mr. clean car wash system is the best. all you need is a hose and a good mitt. Mr clean does the rest and doesnt spot. no towel necessary.
2 bucket method, one soap, one water, after every pass you wash the mitt. It does not sit in soap, it does not sit in grit.
I don't get how to clean your car without first hosing off all kinds of dust, sand, flies ect. When driving the car gets dirty sometimes. With some bad luck it will rain, with who knows what in it landing on your car.
How to clean that with only a quick detailer and microfiber rag without scratching the precious paint?!