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Well It was time that my car needed a polish so my best friend Jarred (R/T INTREPID) gave her a nice wet polish.....5 step process and it turned out great! So I needed to take a million pics and some with his R/T too.
One the sun goes down I will get some more ;)

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Looks awesome.........what's with the 2g? It looks like mine? :p
 

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a black car is the hardest to keep clean. one second its waxed then over night from the pollen and weather can make the car look like **** the next morning. What do u do to keep that shine besides rubbing it down with a diaper. Do u have like a invisible force shield around it. lololol
 

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The birds are sitting on the telephone wires just waiting....... heh heh
 

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Nice looking car, the birds normally get me under the trees, so its keep my car cool in the shade and get bird **** or keep it in the sun and have it be hotter than hell inside.
 

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Put some Natty's Blue Paste Wax on it, that black car will shine even more. Looks great!

(you can get the wax from poorboysworld.com)
 

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Well you get water in a spray bottle....and spray the section like half the hood at a time or a door etc.

-rub on rubbing compound
-wet polisher wheel
-polish
-wipe off
-wet
-rub on polisher
-wet wheel
-polish
-wipe off
*2nd step of polish if needed
-rub on Hand glaze after about 30sec. or less rub off with a clean cloth (or will cement on and have to repolish off for hours)
-wax car with desired wax
-take wax off

That was basically it and took about 4 hours only polishing the front bc the back is new paint.

So total car would take around 8 hours!

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what jay said is pretty dead on but be carefull u dont burn ur paint,its a slow process but looks awsome when done. also after done with compound use a medium finnish compound then glaze it,wax it.
 
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