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Old 01-14-2009, 09:02 AM   #4
2000_328CI
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I always wanted to try the leaf blower idea.

I use McGuiars or Eagle One soap, a mitt, bucket, dry down with microfiber towel and "the absorber" then do the wheels with a separate bucket, separate brush, and dry them with a separate microfiber towel.

Then I'll use chrome/metal polisher for the exhaust tips and other tidbets, will use mcguiars interior cleaner (one for leather one for vinyl) and will then follow up that with either a wax job (use the mcguiars tech wax) or will just use eagle f1's spray on wax. Clearly the spray on isn't as protective but it gives it a little protection and a great shine when you don't want to go through the whole wax process.


You could also throw in claybars, buffers, etc. but that is for a larger detail job/

Hope that helps
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