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detailing Tip Of The Week #1:

Apply Quick Detail Spray After Washing While Drying To Restore Premium Gloss. Shop Smartwax.com For Your Detailing Needs
 

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#2 - for superior streak free windows, spray product sparingly on to window, work over entire surface then with a second towel buff away.
 

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DETAILING TIP OF THE WEEK #3 - Always use lubricant or Smartdetail spray to clay, because soap will break down or deteroate the clay. When using lubricant or Smartdetail it will prolong clay life by conditioning the clay.
 

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TIP OF THE WEEK:
NEVER USE ABRASIVE POLISH TO DETAIL CHROME WHEEL, IT WILL DULL OUT THE CHROME OR REMOVE CHROME FINISH.
 

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next tip is a maybe a lil of a common sense but not to many...

NEVER DRY ON HIGH HEAT YOUR MF TOWELS, OTHERWISE YOU WILL RUIN THE FIBER CAUSING IT TO CREATE SWIRLS ON YOUR PAINT, YOU WANT TO SET YOUR DRYER TO DELICATE OR JUST AIR DRY.
 

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HERE IS ONE MAYBE ALOT KNOW BUT AT THE SAME TIME NOT SURE...

THE REAL PROCESS OF DETAILING A CAR CONSIST OF : WASH,CLAY, POLISH if needed, GLAZE if desired, SEALANT, WAX for your finishing touch.
 

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IS ABOUT THAT TIME AGAIN.....

TIP OF THE WEEK: Maintianing your wheels finish while mazimizing shine is easy. Start by cleaning wheels first. Applying a quick coat of Smartwax RIMWAX
 

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Detailing tip of the week: reason why a microfiber towel has two sides is because one side its for applying a product and the other to buff the product off. that's why always be picky about the towels you buy and what you use them for...
 

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Detailing tip of the week : what to do first when detailing your car (interior, engine, wheels and last exterior)
 
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