I posted above- Autogeek.comHeated garage for the win lol this is my baby where did u pic up your supplies might give me something to do over the weekend
Thanks. I looked for picture but to be honest, its always looked decent. As a former detailer, Id show it love at least once a year. The issues with any and all waxes is the fact that anyone within a week can have it looking pretty bad. A black car in construction-ville is no exception. What I like about this stuff, is it rewards you with easy cleanings. So in my wifes case whose had the car like this since this post date, has only rinsed off her car twice. Both times she claimed the water completely removed all the bugs, dirt and road grime. She then took a quick towel to it. Every time I come home, Ill coat it with Reload and she is back at the races.Looking phenomenal! Do you happen to have a before picture to contrast the work you did?
There are lots of great cleaners for this- Im more interested in the process. This is what gets most in trouble.What do you suggest for engine bay cleaning?
Sorry for the late response.Thanks OC. For future reference, when cleaning the engine bay, would you say the power washer should be set on about the "non spot rinse" mist setting if using a coin operated one? That's what I do when I rinse mine out. Although I really need to give it a deep clean sometime so thanks for the tips.