downside? that seems to be better than anything I've ever used.Ive been using California customs. You can apply it in direct sun and let it dry. It just dusts right off. It doesn't scratch your paint either. Only downside is you have to reapply every 3-6 months.
Please - find a fifth-grade student to give you some specific knowledge on exactly when to use an apostrophe.Hi, just wondering what everyone is using on there Black Car's these day's, What is holding up to the elements, Whats easy to put on and take off, What really makes the paint shine and look deep and wet? Thanks
P.S This is more for my Car's then bikes.
Has anyone used any real high dollar wax, as in $100-500 can of wax? I was curious as to the quality.
Thank you for the grammar lesson. I do not want to be a grammar guy, but Nazi is a proper noun, and should be capitalized. Before you correct someone, always take a long look at your self.Please - find a fifth-grade student to give you some specific knowledge on exactly when to use an apostrophe.
I really tried to resist grammar-nazi tendencies, but I found it too difficult with this post.
Hey, rgbeard,Thanks,FoR T,he English Lesson./ Ifeel smarter already?
I Have a buffer but on this car I tend to like to do it by hand, When I had it redone it was a resto at a Top notch shop and I have a lot into it, I am worried that I would screw it up. I Have used Clay bar's before and may try it on this car since I have had great results with it.