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      09-22-2007, 02:34 AM   #277
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Originally Posted by stiffdogg06 View Post
I would do the complete new car detail as soon as you can so you can get it protected from day one.

http://www.detailuniversity.com/foru...r-day-3-a.html

That one is a good one to use for the interior.


I couldn't find a very thorough exterior detail on a brand new car. So I will use a good friends service he provides. I in no way take credit for these services.

Exterior Includes:

* Removal of shipping plastic
* Hand Wash
* Clay bar decontamination
* Chemical cleaner applied via machine <-- May or may not be needed
* Sealant base
* Choice of sealant or wax
* All plastic, rubber and vinyl dressed and UV protected
* Wheels cleaned and sealed
* Chrome polished and sealed
* Tires dressed

well, I heard somewhere that you don't want to detail your car right away, since it has already some kind of protection from the factory ... i don't know if this is right or not ... that's why i decided to ask ...