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How often do you wash your Pontiac?


How often do you wash you Pontiac?  

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As the topic says, how often do you wash your Pontiac?

I've been slacking since I've gotten the Camaro and the G6 lives outside. It seems to only get washed once every 3-4 weeks :(

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Geez used to be like atleast once a week but then alot of things happened and well It is in major DD duty(over 30k miles a year) and well I almost don't care to wash it because I'll end up with a new paint job when I can start my project in a couple years

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I can probably count on my fingers how many times the Sunbird has been caught in the rain since it was new! Have had to take the hose to wheel wells (I live on dirt roads) then dry and repolish the underside before puttin it away. Try never to get water inside the doors. GTO frame/underside is still VIRGIN.

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I rarely wash the Solstice, usually when it gets very dirty due to driving in rain or gravel roads. But I use detail spray after every outing (after it cools in the garage), so it always looks perfect. I usually have to rewax after 6-8 detailing with spray. Always use microfiber towels and change them often. Always fun to watch the bugs land on the hood and slide off... :-)

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