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Fresh wash shine. Post them pics

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I’ll get this started. It might be in the garage, but would you just look at that shine and reflection. She’s silky smooth too. 7k on the clock also. BCB10468-975F-4E09-8E3E-EBEB17314034.jpeg
 

wcoyne

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I spent a few hours today removing the Explorer letters off of the front of the hood then I used a clay bar on the worst parts of the paint. I then washed and waxed it with some Chemical Guys products that I bought a few months back. It looks good but needs some paint correction like most black vehicles to look better. I do not trust myself with a buffer so that will be done by someone else. I bought this used and the previous owner drove it through the local car wash on a regular bases. The wax helped it some but not the best

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I spent a few hours today removing the Explorer letters off of the front of the hood then I used a clay bar on the worst parts of the paint. I then washed and waxed it with some Chemical Guys products that I bought a few months back. It looks good but needs some paint correction like most black vehicles to look better. I do not trust myself with a buffer so that will be done by someone else. I bought this used and the previous owner drove it through the local car wash on a regular bases. The wax helped it some but not the best

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Looks good to me! :love:
 


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