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Old 08-13-2009, 07:12 PM   #1
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911fanatic vs nasty Escalade interior

I don't usually post little jobs like this but it was another opportunity to play with the new camera! Keep in mind we just spent three hours on this interior two weeks ago. Another trip to Vancouver Island with her kids made it look like I had never touched it. I actually brought my Mytee Lite today. Thats three times this year I've used it. Whats this world coming to?

Interior surfaces including seats wiped down with Autoglym Interior Shampoo . The leather seats were scrubbed with the Autoglym Hi Tech Cleaning Pad as well.
Carpets were vacuumed and then sprayed down with Autoglym Interior Shampoo and allowed to dwell for 5 minutes before scrubbing with the Laitner Carpet & Upholstery Brush and extracting with the Mytee Lite.
All glass was cleaned with Autoglym Fast Glass and Exclusive Waffle Weave Window towels.
Exterior washed with Blackfire Gloss Shampoo and Raceglaze Sheepskin mitt
Inner fenders were cleaned with Autoglym Engine and Machine Cleaner while the tires and wheels got Autoglym Custom Wheel Cleaner
Tires dressed with Poorboys Bold n'Bright dressing

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And afters. The specs on the seats were sand that just wouldn't come out of the perforated leather.




The marks on the door are from the rain that had begun to fall. Five minutes later it was a freakin monsoon!
























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Well done.

The Mytee Lite seems like a great machine.

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Oh wow, thats clean!!! Love your work dude!

how do you use the interior shampoo anyways? just put it on the carpet and scrub?

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The marks on the door are from the rain that had begun to fall. Five minutes later it was a freakin monsoon!
hahaha, just be glad you are not detailing the esclade in Taiwan right now.
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What were the water bottles dressed with?
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Oh wow, thats clean!!! Love your work dude!

how do you use the interior shampoo anyways? just put it on the carpet and scrub?
Yes, after vacuuming, spray it on the surface to be shampooed, give it a scrub with a stiff brush and use the extractor to suck it out. If you dont have an extractor, mist with water and use a bunch of MFs after scrubbing.

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I'm not even going to dignify that with a response!! LOL
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