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Old 03-07-2010, 03:17 PM   #1
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ProjectDetail: Mazda 5

Detailed this Mazda 5 yesterday, it was in pretty good shape inside and out. Exterior had a lot of rail dust that Riccardo Blue couldn't take out, so I moved on up to my CG Purple Aggressive Clay. Just a simple wash and wax with an interior detail, I'll let the pictures speak. All pictures are un-edited, straight from the camera to photobucket.

Wash:
- 2 Bucket Method w/ Grit Guards
- Raceglaze Sheepskin Washmitt
- Majestic Solutions Ultra Gloss
- Zep Citrus

Clay:
- Chemical Guys Purple Aggressive Clay
- Optimum No Rinse Clay Lube Dilution

Wheels/Tires:
- Zep Citrus 3:1
- Raceglaze XL Wheel Brush
- Laitner Wheel Brush
- Meguiars Tire Brush
- Sponge
- Swissvax Wheel Brush
- Gloss-It Signature Tire Gloss
- Blackfire Metal Sealant

Interior:
- Ridgid WD1450 Shop Vac w/ Detailing Accessory Kit
- Majestic Solutions Leather & Plastic Cleaner
- Lexol Leather Conditioner
- Finish Kare 108 Dressing
- Finish Kare 316 Fabric Sealant
- Chemical Guys Window Cleaner
- RagShack Window WW
- Wal-Mart MFs
- Autowerkes Exclusive MF Applicator Pads

Engine Bay:
- Zep Citrus 3:1
- Finish Kare 108 Dressing
- Autowerkes Exclusive MF Applicator Pads

Exhaust Tips:
- P21S Polishing Soap
- Blackfire All Metal Sealant

Last Step Protection:
- Collinite 845
- DD Uber Foam Applicator
- Cookie Monster Buffing Towel V2

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Originally started with Riccardo Blue, but the rail dust was to stubborn

Afters

























































Scrubbed the mats down


Thanks for looking, Brendan
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Old 03-07-2010, 05:14 PM   #2
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awesome ! I like how the window shines !!
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thanks Lok! Love waxing the windows, definitely helps with clarity as well when it rains
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that is one bent muffler.
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Old 03-07-2010, 06:05 PM   #5
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that is one bent muffler.
yeah, didn't make polishing any easier, but it still came out a lot better.
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Thanks for the good job Brendan!

Yes that exhaust tip will need to get replaced soon as it is quite bent
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Thanks for the good job Brendan!

Yes that exhaust tip will need to get replaced soon as it is quite bent
No problem, glad to see I was able to help.
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one unique car, looks good. That exhaust tip is....loll
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Great job Brendan. I like how you even cleaned the back edge of the sliding doors. Looks great!
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