Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Long Island, New York
[QUOTE=Snake890217;167979]I finally got out there and felt like putting some pics up... Also does anyone know what I can use that's a little more abrasive than a standard sponge but won't scratch??? I had to use my nail on a few things.
Best thing to when washing a car is to use a microfiver towel so you do not scratch the paint. Those tough spots will require a little elbow grease with the towel and it should come out. If your talking about deep in dirt, wax that has a little cleaner(compound) already in it will do the job. Do not use stright compound, espcieally if you never done it before, you can easily eat the paint right off your car. Waxing is not that hard, you can get one of those cans that come with the little sponge, put a small amount on the sponge and make little circles 1 area at a time. Then take a soft rag or something and use the same circular motion to take it off. Let the wax sit until it looks like chalk dust before talking it off, it should come off realitvly easy, if not you havnt waited long enough.
2007 Black LT coupe
35% Tint all around - Completly debadged - Side Moldings Removed
KICKER ZX 650 RMS interior amp - KICKER ZX1000 RMS Sub Amp
1 KICKER 12" L7 - All new pioneer interiors - Pioneer Avic Z2 W/ GPS
Rockford 1 Farad capcitor - Trunk, Doors, and Rear deck Dynamated - PS2 with guitar hero
Blue footwell neons - Two Alpine type S Tweeters
K&N air filter