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2018 July
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    • Thanks, I think I will try Meguiers carnuba wax. It is an old paint job & there are a few scratches & blemishes in the paint. I do like a "shiny" car. On another note, someone left a towel lay on the fender over the winter & the paint faded & slightly "blistered". (You can only see it if you get really close). Is there a way to buff that out or will I have to get it repainted? Thanks for the tips.
    • So I misunderstood at the last Golling (GM dealership) show, attendance was down and we should support our club sponsor.  A show on a Thursday afternoon from 4-7:30pm??   Most people are still at work.  (why Frosty/IndymanJoe couldn't make it.)  No wonder why they were having trouble attracting participants.   WRONG, showed up at 4:30 and got one of the last parking spots!!!! Perfect summer day with a nice breeze and over 150 cars.  Here's a sample....
    • I was a Meguiers "mark" for decades until I discovered the full line up of "Surf City Garage" detail products. I'm old school and use their Carnuba wax straight from the can. I apply it in small sections with the applicator pad and then use an orbital buffer letting it dry to a haze. I then pull it off with brand new microfiber towels. I don't like to reuse the towels. https://surfcitygarage.com/barrier-reef-carnauba-paste-wax.html
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