If you can receive photos on that address I'll send a few of the cars that are
always washed with Dawn. Sort of useless because you really have no idea if the
car is even mine. Although the picture of the 3 black cars I mentioned may be
hard to explain away and it includes the black '72 which is not a Corvette color
Never said it was the same thing just a usable product. Plus it's not about
saving a few pennies when you're driving a Corvette, it's about driving fun.
How do you like your Corvette?
On Tue, 12 Dec 2006 17:18:40 -0600, No Vette Yet wrote:
You use a slow stream of water (no connection on the end of the hose
and the water just coming out) to get as much water off the car before
you wipe it dry. The less beads of water on the car the faster you
can dry it before the water dries on its own and you get the hard
water spots. If you seem them happening, hit them with an instant
detailer. If your real anal about it, get an inline filter for your
For what it's worth, the vinegar breaks up the minerals in the hard
water and the Jetdry (used in dishwashers washing glasses to prevent
water streaks) makes the water more slippery.
That said, my way works FINE for me and after 3.5 years of observing
it, I won't change anything about it now BUT as Dad said, what ever
makes you happy, do that way instead.
Incidentally, you are correct and I was mistaken. In my first post I
mentioned about a 9" and 6" polisher but I should have said buffer!!
And mine are electric and seem fine but I think (??) the pros use air
Thank you Dad !!
Dad was on the mark. I had some swirls and paid a PRO to use a buffer.
It looked like a new car and I then applied Zaino. An unskilled buffer
can make a mess. The guy did a great job on mine and took out swirls,
marks and surface scratches.
01 Black Coupe
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