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Washed, Clayed, Polished, and Waxed!

After 6 hours the rig is clean! God I hope it doesn't rain anytime soon!!


How many letters of the alphabet do I have installed on my truck???

HS, KEM, MBRP, BDS, PMF, ION, SB


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Re: Washed, Clayed, Polished, and Waxed!

Thats amazing but do you even want to drive it?

Does that clay bar work on old 'seasoned' paint?

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Thats amazing but do you even want to drive it?

Does that clay bar work on old 'seasoned' paint?
Thanks....I do not want to drive it...just sit and stare! That blue looks soo good in the sun!! The clay bar should work on seasoned paints also.

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HS, KEM, MBRP, BDS, PMF, ION, SB


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that truck is balla, looks wicked good

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Re: Washed, Clayed, Polished, and Waxed!

Sharp, looks good! Claybar is an excellent paint cleaner, just really timew consuming..

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Re: Washed, Clayed, Polished, and Waxed!

Looks great man nice work!

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Re: Washed, Clayed, Polished, and Waxed!

One of the best looking trucks I have ever seen! Looks great man!

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Does that clay bar work on old 'seasoned' paint?
Works awesome on old paint... I clay barred my 99' truck just after I bought it, truck had 221,000 miles on it and was nearing 10 years old. Would've thought it was fresh paint when I was done if it weren't for the chips and small dings from it's life on the road.
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Re: Washed, Clayed, Polished, and Waxed!

2500 wet/dry, very wet then buff, polish and wax. I just started on the right rear fender. I can't belive how much orange peel is in these things from the factory.

I should be done in a month or so.......but it will look better than the day I brought it home.

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Little air, fuel and oil and a BTS.

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2500 wet/dry, very wet then buff, polish and wax. I just started on the right rear fender. I can't belive how much orange peel is in these things from the factory.

I should be done in a month or so.......but it will look better than the day I brought it home.
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and truck looks good Nathan

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