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Old 04-04-2001, 02:10 PM   #1
Eric Gagnon
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Hi All,

Well if you guys have some time and patience do the 3 step waxing and you car will look great. I used the 3M Scratch/Swirl remover for dark paints, then went to the 3M Imperial Glaze, then onto the 3M Carnuba Wax. And WOW it looks great. It took about 4-5 hrs. But it was worth it. It has almost no swirls and scratches (still lots of paint chips ) And the paint luster is so deep. I wish i had this much time everytime i wax my car. But hopefully if you do this every now and then, you should be able to just do a quick wax and be set. Just thought i would let everyone know that these multi-step waxings work great...

Eric
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Old 04-04-2001, 04:26 PM   #2
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My car is Silverthorn "Self-Cleaning" Metallic.. I never waxed it. I probably should do it sometime though...
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Old 04-04-2001, 04:47 PM   #3
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my three step process


1. drive to da car wash "Do It Yourself Wash" its fun with the high pressure hose...rinse, soap, rinse


2. drive back(aka Air Dry) open and close automatic windows...

3. spray on turtle wax and rain x on all windows except front windshield...side mirrors, head lamps, rear lights...

=)all in about 1 hour...

yes i do hate those nicks
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