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Finally washed and added pic of my 98

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Old 11-09-2009, 02:42 PM
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Ok, so I have had this truck for about a month and finally had the time to wash and polish it so I could post a pic. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, just washed and polished, not detailed.
 
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Lookin good!
 
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I still need to wash mine, Been a few weeks.
But your truck looks great!
 
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Nice! BTW I miss NC Novembers
She's looking quite shiney and new
 
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ooo, so clean and shiney. She looks great
 
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Thanks guys, I hope to take some time this coming spring to do a full claybar, wash, polish and wax on her. I know it can be more shiny than it looks right now, just takes time as you know.
 
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ho do u clean the door jams?
 
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Ttomes,
Looks good man!! Even though this thread is 6 months old and I am sure that you have gotten it dirty all over again.

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ho do u clean the door jams?

A rag?? Maybe a brush?? I'm sure some kind of cleaner is involved...
 
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Originally Posted by swartlkk View Post

A rag?? Maybe a brush?? I'm sure some kind of cleaner is involved...
Windex + Shop Towels FTW!
 
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wow looks like mine, but i have different rims, same paint, looks great
 

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