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Old 09-12-2016, 10:47 PM   #1
Nate158
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Clayed and Waxed Today

I decided to clay and wax my car today to get some protection on the paint before fall comes. Ive never clayed an entire car before but I'm really pleased with the way it all turned out.

I used a Mother's clay kit. Bought it on Amazon for like $16 I think. The instant detailer spray that came with the kit works really nice. Smells like cinnamon haha!

http://imgur.com/RRU4PYi

Started with a clean car but I definitely pulled some dirt out with the clay.

http://imgur.com/1lZznXm

Clay barred the whole car then moved on to wax. I thought I ordered paste wax but looks like I got liquid instead. Either way, this stuff worked great too!

http://imgur.com/ACjJ58g

http://imgur.com/oz2HL5x

Had to snap a few pics of the end result. Taken and edited on my iPhone so don't go to hard on them.

http://imgur.com/TdkeOxu

http://imgur.com/SybuGzm

http://imgur.com/KImZY2B

http://imgur.com/wbbPEXO

I think it turned out pretty good. Been looking for a Titansilber tow hook cover for the front bumper for a while now and cant seem to find one! Anyone have one?
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Old 09-12-2016, 10:55 PM   #2
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Great work
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