Took about 6 hours from start to finish. washed car then used Adams polishes here's what i used
Adams Swirl and haze remover
Adams Reviver polish
Adams Buttery wax
2- 6 in. random orbital buffers
car looks 100x better than before, if i had a better buffer and more products i could have spent more time on it. now time for the pics.
after buffing and before wax was applied
after buffing and wax
pics arent the best cuz i didnt take my time on them. i just pointed and clicked also just used a preset function instread of messing with all the different settings like i normally do haha. let me know what you guys think
Thanks guys! I know if I had a PC buffer and more products to use in the process it would look like new. I'm happy with how it turned out with very little product and a short amount of time. Yeah youre right pbm is rough to keep clean especially in tx. Thanks again for the compliments
Looks good. Its killing me not to be able to was mine for at least another 2 months. New paint job.... Again, looks good!
__________________ 2008 Liquid Red G8, Thunder Racing Custom Camshaft
"TR Blower Cam" - 214/230 .601/.579 117 LSA, DOD Delete
Kooks LTH, kooks catted x-pipe, kooks axle back, Roto-fab CAI and 25% udp, DMH electric exhaust cutouts, little shot(alright, maybe not so little) of happy juice courtesy of HSW and tune by Tony G at HP Performance.
It was just a cheap buffer I picked up at the store. I'll be getting a pc soon as well as some more products. It looked so good on Saturday at the car show I ended up winning two plaques. One for first place in my class and tje other was the "touch of class" award given to me by the organizer of the show. It was an awesome day. I'm taking her to another show this Saturday maybe I'll pick up another trophy