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I think I do more TBSS details than any other car :rockit: This is up there w/ my favorites. I think it turned out extremely well, as you'll see in the after pics.

This one was in relatively good shape upon arrival. I love the orange accents and overall appearance. Awesome example of a tbss imo. Garaged daily, so hardly any contamination on it. Swirls were relatively minimal, but were there. Job was requested as a simply wash/clay/polish/wax. Defect removal was not requested, but the M205/org removed 90% of the few that were there.

Owner hung around while I did the job. As a result, I forgot to take befores until I was almost halfway done polishing, lol. Heres how it went down:

Wash:
Citrus Wash n Gloss
Ulti-Mitt
Grit Guard

Dry:
24x36 Waffle Weave Drying Towel

Clay:
200g Gray Light Cut Clay
ONR for Clay Lube

Polish:
M205 on an Orange Pad
PoliSeal on a White pad

Wax:
CG 5050

Wheels:
Sticky Wheel Gel
Optimum Power Clean
EZ Detail Brush

Trim:
Poorboys Trim Restorer

My lonely before shot to show paint condition :banghead:


Couple of shots after M205 but before PoliSeal and 5050




AFTERS





Look at the clarity and depth in the rear hatch! :drool:




And this may be my favorite shot of it:
 

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Nice work!!

I get a lot of trailblazers, there just not SS's. Soccer mom suv's!

Had to look twice as I though there was dirt right behind the drivers side rear wheel in the 3rd pic from the bottom. But I know you'd do a better job than that. :tongue:
 

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Nice work!!

I get a lot of trailblazers, there just not SS's. Soccer mom suv's!

Had to look twice as I though there was dirt right behind the drivers side rear wheel in the 3rd pic from the bottom. But I know you'd do a better job than that. :tongue:
I actually did a double take on that too. Then I realized it was just a reflection of the blacktop, lol. :crazy:
 

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ONR for clay lube?..surprised you didn't use Luber.

I was planning on trying the ONR when I run out of Luber just out of curiosity
 

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looks nice man
 

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great job as always and btw i like th eorange look good in there
 
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