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      01-27-2008, 09:13 PM   #1
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Joyriide Detailed: G35 Sedan, Audi A8 teaser, and Accord Coupe

2007 G35 Sedan

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04' Audi A8L

Customer is the father of a previous client. I was called to come over and do a wash and wax. Upon arrival the paint had nasty wool holograms and a cloudy haze all over. After the wash, I polished a section on the hood in order to better show the customer the condition of his paint. We ended cancelling the wash and wax, in order to schedule a full exterior correction later on in the next few weeks. Hopefully he decides to do the detail and I didn't just lose out on the wash and wax.








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Honda Accord Coupe

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woah that poorboys gives it some serious shine
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nice job, couple questions.

wheels/tires on the g look amazing, what are you using on them?

i noticed slight "gouges" or "scrapes" in your clay bar. i've seen these on mine after i clay but i can't figure out if it is good/bad/normal and/or what is causing the scrapes in the clay. any idea?

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nice job, couple questions.

wheels/tires on the g look amazing, what are you using on them?

i noticed slight "gouges" or "scrapes" in your clay bar. i've seen these on mine after i clay but i can't figure out if it is good/bad/normal and/or what is causing the scrapes in the clay. any idea?

thanks

Wheels cleaned with Menzerna Wheel and Tire, followed by AquaWax and BlackOnyx Tire dressing.

The scrape looking marks int he clay is from passes on the paint that happened to touch a strip of rubber molding. No harm, just needs the be remolded.
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sure Vintage is rad, but if they screw up the prep it won't matter if they coat it in pure white carnauba picked from trees that bloom every ten years during a full moon; it will still look like ass. ---PICUS
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What is OCW? Something something wax?
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I got excited I was scrolling through looking for the R8, then I realized it was A8

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Joy, do you like that Poorboys Natural Look? Is that what you always use for the interior? I have never used it and have been using Meguires vinyl/rubber protectant. Overall, i have been pretty happy with it. What does eveyone else use? What should I use for leather? My car is about 3 months old and I want to put some protectant on it but not sure what to get. Thought I would ask the expects!!
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Joy, do you like that Poorboys Natural Look? Is that what you always use for the interior? I have never used it and have been using Meguires vinyl/rubber protectant. Overall, i have been pretty happy with it. What does eveyone else use? What should I use for leather? My car is about 3 months old and I want to put some protectant on it but not sure what to get. Thought I would ask the expects!!

Nothing wrong in using what you're using now. Just apply it thinly and buff off the excess. I like natural look. I use about 2-3 pea size drops on an applicator and use that to cover the entire dash. Works really well and cleans pretty good too.

For your leather look into Lexol, Zaino, and Leatherique. All good, just try to use less. Thats where a lot of people fall out of play and overdo it and then end up blaming the product.

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i definately need to try that poorboy product.
they have great products but i never had a chance to order one.

look at that clay!
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