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my first pictures of the new year

Seeing as how spring is here, ive been washing my car every week

these are some pics ,not the best quality, that i took today (washed it 2 days ago)

these pics are before wax and polish

i plan on using claybar at the beginning of April, so it will hopefully be even more shiny

i plan on fixing the damage soon as well


thoughts???
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Don't even think about detailing it before fixing the damage!

For your information, using a clay bar removes contaminants; it will not help the car look shiny. I would recommend using a clay bar on a cool and cloudy day to remove those contaminants and then wax the car. By waxing the car before using a clay bar, you risk embedding the contaminants deeper into the paint.

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Don't even think about detailing it before fixing the damage!

For your information, using a clay bar removes contaminants; it will not help the car look shiny. I would recommend using a clay bar on a cool and cloudy day to remove those contaminants and then wax the car. By waxing the car before using a clay bar, you risk embedding the contaminants deeper into the paint.

Have fun!
thats what i was planning to do, lol i meant to say i plan on using claybar THEN waxing and polishing it so it will be even shinier

but thanks for the info
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