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Consists of---

Microfiber towels, wash mitt and applicator pads
Eagle One car wash soap (two bucket method)
Blue Coral wheel cleaner
Stoner tire shine
Stoner Invisible Glass
Lexol leather cleaner/treatment
Meguiar's NXT 2.0 cleaner/sealant
Meguiar's Hydrophobic Quick Detail spray
Clay Magic rubbing compound
Black Magic 2-1 engine cleaner
etc....

This is a list for the average detailer that has yet to upgrade to a polisher and/or professional cutting agents. I use this stuff for weekend cleanings and these products have treated me well. See for yourself:
 

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Props to Mario (qbnkid) for the grille. If I'm feeling a little crazy I'll take the whole thing off to clean it.
 

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^^^^thats the best way to clean and wax9detail) the grille FYI!
 

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I loved that grille. If my Jeep wasnt a lease, mofo, that grille wouldn't be yours. :D
That's what I heard, but it's mine now, mofo :cool: ..... where was this grille when it did the 14.34..? oh yeah.. on Mario's Jeep. :D

Ima comin for that record, son! :D
 

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I cant swear to it but I think that the SRT grille wasn't on there when he got the 14.323.

Anyways, I'm getting that record first. :D


Oh and update your Avy and sig son!
You're racing on the 5th? better bring your ice!!!
 

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Who are you, madam cleo? Get a real job, ya bum!
 

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:rolleyes: LOL

The only thing I haven't tackled is the art of cleaning the wheel wells. Tips?
 

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Props to Mario (qbnkid) for the grille. If I'm feeling a little crazy I'll take the whole thing off to clean it.
Thanks bro! That grille does look good on your jeep bro.

I cant swear to it but I think that the SRT grille wasn't on there when he got the 14.323.

Anyways, I'm getting that record first. :D


Oh and update your Avy and sig son!
Ohh that grille went 14.3 on that day at ATCO my friend...

Want proof??
Here ya go... :D



I don't have to race on the 5th. I know you won't get it. :D
You guys fighting again on who's going to brake my 14.3 record? :D
Funny I did it that day with a Jet Stage II module, CAI and Magnaflow. I love cold days at ATCO :).

Both of you guys have the potential to do it, the question is.... Who will be first :D.
 

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There's a brush that is sold in auto zone that has a big handle (no ****) that makes it sooooo easy to clean the wells.

For the wells this is what I do.

1.) Scrub with Dawn
2.) Powerwash off
3.) Soak it up with Simple Green
4.) Scrub
5.) Powerwash


I discovered this method not too long ago and my wells came out looking FRESH!!!!
 

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a quick tip for the wheel wells to help keep them looking fresh.

Paint them---

I use satin black spray paint about twice a year. Be sure to paint in a low wind area...like a garage. I usually take the wheels off as well. But if your careful...you dont need to.
 

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Props to Mario (qbnkid) for the grille. If I'm feeling a little crazy I'll take the whole thing off to clean it.
i do that every time i wax!
 

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