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Old 04-22-2013, 11:24 PM
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Very nice !! Black looks the best when washed/waxed but they are a pita to keep clean....but nothing beats it when spotless.
they are hard to keep clean but when they are clean they do look very nice!

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looks great shaner...

care to share your process or product choices?
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Looks great man, nice job! I did the same thing today washed waxed nice clean interior then I drove it back into the garage LOL

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Lmao, they announce rain for the nite, only wish I could drive it back into the garage. Rain and black truck don't mix.
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looks great shaner...

care to share your process or product choices?
I'll share, but I've read some of your posts so you're not going to be impressed with my products or my process lol.

Used the two bucket method but unfortunately didn't have bucket guards, so I was just careful not to let my wash mit sink to the bottom of the bucket.

I used a Simoniz washing product, rinsed and dried. Gave it a quick scrub with a clay bar but realized that was unnecessary as the clay bar wasn't picking up anything so I only did that on one side of the truck. Then I threw on some turtle wax.

Nothing fancy, but I find black to be a forgiving colour. Provided it's washed and waxed properly, it doesn't seem to matter what product it is, it's going to shine beautifully. Now I'm sure some products will give a better shine that my crappy turtle wax, but it still shines nice. Now that I've done some homework on this subject I'll buy some better products in the future, perhaps a sealant next time.
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Old 04-25-2013, 10:35 PM
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I'll share, but I've read some of your posts so you're not going to be impressed with my products or my process lol.

Used the two bucket method but unfortunately didn't have bucket guards, so I was just careful not to let my wash mit sink to the bottom of the bucket.

I used a Simoniz washing product, rinsed and dried. Gave it a quick scrub with a clay bar but realized that was unnecessary as the clay bar wasn't picking up anything so I only did that on one side of the truck. Then I threw on some turtle wax.

Nothing fancy, but I find black to be a forgiving colour. Provided it's washed and waxed properly, it doesn't seem to matter what product it is, it's going to shine beautifully. Now I'm sure some products will give a better shine that my crappy turtle wax, but it still shines nice. Now that I've done some homework on this subject I'll buy some better products in the future, perhaps a sealant next time.
Not true at all man..im quite impressed.

like anything, products are subjective, and i think you got your truck to look great!

good work. I love posts with OTC products...it helps encourage those ont eh fence to take the step to DIY detailing! it is a great hobby, and once the bug bites, look out!

the best part about professional products (and probably the best kept secret) is that they are really not any more expensive than OTC products!
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I'll share, but I've read some of your posts so you're not going to be impressed with my products or my process lol.

Used the two bucket method but unfortunately didn't have bucket guards, so I was just careful not to let my wash mit sink to the bottom of the bucket.

I used a Simoniz washing product, rinsed and dried. Gave it a quick scrub with a clay bar but realized that was unnecessary as the clay bar wasn't picking up anything so I only did that on one side of the truck. Then I threw on some turtle wax.

Nothing fancy, but I find black to be a forgiving colour. Provided it's washed and waxed properly, it doesn't seem to matter what product it is, it's going to shine beautifully. Now I'm sure some products will give a better shine that my crappy turtle wax, but it still shines nice. Now that I've done some homework on this subject I'll buy some better products in the future, perhaps a sealant next time.
I learnt quite a bit of methods here myself.
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I learnt quite a bit of methods here myself.
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Sure, but while I'm washing your truck you're going to have to install those bilsteins on my truck that I bought from you.
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I may have to take you up on that then, cause my truck needs some TLC
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