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      06-23-2009, 01:30 AM   #1
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Clean Reflections: APR Stage 2 Audi S4

Items Used:

Washing
CG Citrus Wash and Gloss
2BM
2 Microfiber wash mitts
Karcher PW
CG Wheel cleaner
Boars Hair Brush
Svisswax wheel brush
EZ Detail brush
CG Clay Bar

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Makita
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PO203S
IP
PO85R
Powergloss
Purple Foamed whool
Orange, blue, green, white, and black pads

LSP
Menzerna Full Molecular Jacket
Pete's 53

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303 spot remover
p21s TAW
einszett cockpit premium
Svisswax interior brush

Lots and lots of MF everywhere

Exterior Before:























Exterior After:

Still some RIDS on the right
















No more under the handle








Corrected




Wheels









Arsenal...


One after


Engine







Camo style rubber arm for the owner. He recently just returned from serving our country


Engine After









Interior













Afters...







Final Shots







I'd like to thank Lance for allowing me to clean his beautiful Audi and to Phil at DD for answering my quick question! Thanks for looking, comments or criticism is welcomed.

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      06-23-2009, 08:12 AM   #2
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Nice job on the detail. Did you use the PC to remove the scratches under the handle?
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nice work..
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      06-23-2009, 10:04 AM   #4
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very nice. I particularly like the before and after of the door handle Did you do it by hand and if so what pad/mf and polish did you use for the handle?
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Great Job!! Car looks 100% better except the headlights
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Great work, that paint was hammered, very nice turn around. Not digging the ebay headlights though, stock are much better in this case.
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Nice job on the detail. Did you use the PC to remove the scratches under the handle?
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very nice. I particularly like the before and after of the door handle Did you do it by hand and if so what pad/mf and polish did you use for the handle?
i used a 4inch pad with my makita to correct under the door handle. it fit in there perfectly

i used the porter cable for the finishing polish

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Great Job!! Car looks 100% better except the headlights
thank you. im not a fan of the headlights either but once the car is dropped the wheels willl look better!

thanks everyone for the comments
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What kind of wheel cleaner is that in the water bottle sprayer? Sorry if you posted it somewhere and I missed it. Is that CG Sticky wheel gel? If so how do you like it, I have some coming from Detailed Image that I can't wait to try out.
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nice work!
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What kind of wheel cleaner is that in the water bottle sprayer? Sorry if you posted it somewhere and I missed it. Is that CG Sticky wheel gel? If so how do you like it, I have some coming from Detailed Image that I can't wait to try out.
That is what it is, its great stuff.
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very nice work!
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looking good there!
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