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Exam23

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This is how u wash a car!

 

https://youtu.be/YoZC4uWUn68


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Cortex99

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What car shampoo did he use?



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Optimun, the blue stuff....



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I like the washing techniques, but not the drying.  Would make a lot more sense to blow the car off and follow up with a detailer after. Just my .02.


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For all those of us who have hard water to deal with, here is a simple solution for a rinse using most power washers. Get a 5 gallon bottle of drinking water , attach a hose to your power washer and  SUCK THE PERFECT  drinking water into the power washer. The clean rinse reduces hard water deposits almost to  ZERO.

Several guy's in my Area have expensive RO systems in their garage that make 50 gallons of perfect water. Ok but this costs almost nothing to fix hard water.






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