Monkey Detailed 2013 Mustang (moderate heavy pics)

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by g36 monkey, Jun 22, 2014.

  1. g36 monkey

    g36 monkey Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Alright, so a friend and I detailed the girlfriends 2013 MCA edition yesterday.

    Foam Gun Fun
    Clay barred
    Compounded with V34, half the car done with a Flex polisher, half done with a PorterCable 7424XP
    Polished with V38
    Black Diamond Sealant
    Doo Doo Juice Wax


    No pics really for before or during, mostly just after :D

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    Nothing says "I'm the ****ing man" more than a grown man with a Mach 1 shirt in a white convertible automatic V6 mustang. Also, is it possible to do a before and after picture of detailing a white car? Seems like they're always clean. Regardless I'm sure le gf is happy. The first picture is definitely missing a brazzers logo somewhere though.
     
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    Ha, it does show less in pictures than other colors, but it made a huge difference. Still some minor swirling and such, perhaps we should have used a heavier compound, but either way, its clean and protected.

    And yes, I am the man. You better know it ;p
     
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    No gf modeling?
    Disappointed in this thread.
     
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    Nice work, looks real clean

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    She usually just leaves that to me lol

    Too bad you aren't here to see it in person! :D
     
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    He's much better at it than me!

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    Just FYI, using an abrasive polish on a white car is generally a waste of time. It just doesn't make a real difference. Your best bet with a white car is to use a dedicated chemical paint cleaner.

    Duragloss 501 and Klasse are good all in one products. If you want a dedicated cleaner, Poorboy's Pro Polish is excellent.
     
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    In this case it was not a waste of time. The swirling and such was causing light to deflect and the reflections were pretty bad. She lined up next to another friend with a white 2014, and his car initially was much whiter (garage kept/newer) and now hers is nearly identical in shine.

    However, in the future I will keep that in mind, thanks!