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Old 08-30-2010, 09:07 PM   #1
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My neigbour at work had just finished some mechanical work on this car and asked if I would give it a good once over before he returned it. We weren't to do any correction work, just a thorough cleaning and a sealant.

All jambs, engine, and crevices in body were cleaned with a citrus cleaner. ( Yes, I'm still testing it. )
Car was sprayed down with AG Powermax3 and washed with CG CWG
Tires and wheels were cleaned with AG CWC and tougher deposits were removed with a mild acid solution.
Interior surfaces were scrubbed down with AG Hi Tech Cleaning Pad and AG Interior Shampoo.
Interior glass cleaned with AG Fast Glass and Exclusive Glass Towels
Exterior glass polished with DG Nu Glass and 4" Green pad via PC on speed 4 to remove water spots.
LSP today was DG105 x2
Tires dressed with DG253 Tire Dressing

As it arrived




Both keyholes looked like this. Soaked and scrubbed with citrus cleaner to clean up.


All jambs were absolutely filthy.


Looks like it just needs a light vacuum!


Here are a slew of before's. Some are not suitable if you just ate.
























Little bit of road tar for good measure.


More fallout than you would believe. It was everywhere.












The trunk was actually the cleanest part of the car.


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50/50 of what AG Interior Shampoo is capable of




Baaaaarrrff!


One completed door panel


Some completed interior shots






Jambs looking new thanks to RG brushes and citrus cleaner








Nice and clean inside fuel filler door.


Finished wheels look nice and crisp.


Car was finished with two coats of DG105




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Old 08-30-2010, 09:11 PM   #2
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Very good work indeed Very time consuming I am sure.
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Old 08-30-2010, 09:33 PM   #3
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awesome work as usual, and good idea listing what you used so we can buy it off your site never seen the interior shampoo must be new
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Old 08-31-2010, 06:06 AM   #4
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If you click on the products listed, it'll link you to the site. Actually I've had the interior shampoo in stock for awhile. Very under rated. Its the interior cleaner I use in my shop everyday.
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wow that car was disgusting.
good job, looks brand new!
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tat car was filthy
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GAAAAAAHHH WHAT WAS IN THE CUPHOLDER!!!!

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OMG the cupholder..
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