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    #31
    Thanks man that was helpful

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      #32
      well put typeG .. nice to see how clean your ride is. you must know your stuff. thanks for the info.

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        #33
        my black door molding isn't what it use to be . i have used the back 2 black and it only works for a little while. i have been thinking about repainting them all around the whole car . what do you recommend ? any input will be sweet bro .thanks.

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          #34
          Originally posted by stretch JDM View Post
          my black door molding isn't what it use to be . i have used the back 2 black and it only works for a little while. i have been thinking about repainting them all around the whole car . what do you recommend ? any input will be sweet bro .thanks.
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            #35
            I didn't know where to post this question , but since you are the master on this stuff, I will give it a shot-
            I have a wagon and since the mufflers are curved and hard to replace, I want to get all the brown crap off that I think is rust. I hope some sanding is all I need to do. I don't want to replace it since there is no problem with it at all. what do you suggest?

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              #36
              ^ yes sand them and then hit it with some high temp. spray paint. i would do black and not the alum. color. it will dirty fast.

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                #37
                What about leather care?

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                  #38
                  I have the same problem as DjM Coupe,

                  I have some really tough water spots but on my window tint.
                  could i hit it with, soap/water, clay bar and a waxing/polish compound?

                  TypeG, what do you do to keep your windows so mirror like?
                  Last edited by nate'sCB7; 08-17-2011, 06:38 PM.

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                    #39
                    wow.. next time might wanna to put up a new thread in this section.. get some answers a bit quicker
                    Originally posted by darkfusion42 View Post
                    What about leather care?
                    I like and many other detailers like the Zaino Z9 and Z10 combo

                    If u got pretty hard and sun damaged leather.. try Leatherique

                    Originally posted by nate'sCB7 View Post
                    I have the same problem as DjM Coupe,

                    I have some really tough water spots but on my window tint.
                    could i hit it with, soap/water, clay bar and a waxing/polish compound?

                    TypeG, what do you do to keep your windows so mirror like?
                    Wait u got water spots on your tinted windows.. inside ur car? hmm if u got that problem make sure use products that do not contain ammonia.. that will mess up ur tint..

                    but if ur water spotting is on the exterior(which most is).. and ur tint is in the interior (which most is) ... then try some steel wool.. #0000 steel wool.. that should take care of most ur problem(on the outside..dont' take steel wool to ur tint!)... Oh yeh don't take Steel wool to ur rear view mirrors either!

                    if you really want that mirror finished look (the type G status) .. easiest and cheapest way to do it with out getting a high speed rotary, foam pads, and order some special compound... Go out to ur auto parts store .. Buy urself the mothers polishing ball or cone.. either get some 3M polishing/rubbing compound... headlight restoration compound .. or even Meguairs Step 2 polishing compound. hook up ur polish ball to ur drill, get on some product and have at it.
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                      #40
                      Not too sure on where I should ask this but the chrome on my front grill is in less than stellar shape. With this being said what is recommended that I use to touch it up and give it the shine and good condition I want it to have?


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