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The snow has finally melted so it was time for my spring detail. I was upset this morning, I ordered some products while at college and was hoping to recieve them this weekend. Well, I get home last night, and I recieved my optimum polish but not my new PC. I just did the regular wash on the Jeep and the UPS woman rolled up right as I was finishing with the PC:clap:.

My 2003 Jeep Liberty Limited:

-Solid undercarrige wash, to remove the winter salt.
-Meguiars Wash.
-Simple Green on wheels with toothbrush on the white lettering.
-Optimum Polish via a Lake Country orange pad on the PC. Spread at 2, then worked in at 5 & 6.
-Armor all on wheel wells, engine pieces and various exterior plastics.


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I scored another detail today, my neighbor saw me and wants me to do his Hummer again.
 

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the bleach white is too dangerous for wheels IMO... i think simple green does tires just fine.
looks clean and all... but damn, looks like part of your body is missing fromthe rear, like the ass got chopped off or something, maybe thats the tire carriers purpose? :shrug:

black is hard to beat when its clean though :D
 

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Looks good man.

You would think the aftermarket would make a bumper without an indention on it, I'm guessing any tire much larger than stock wouldn't fit on there anyhow and you would just throw the spare in the back.
 

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Looks good man.

You would think the aftermarket would make a bumper without an indention on it, I'm guessing any tire much larger than stock wouldn't fit on there anyhow and you would just throw the spare in the back.

Yeah, I wish someone did. They have a spacer you can but on the spare holder so that it can hold any size tire, some people have 32s on there.
 

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Black is so pretty when it's clean!
 

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looks good. nice work. i still miss your truck though.
 

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Great job Donnie! I'm not looking forward to doing mine :banghead: I think I'm going to take a trip to Jersey and have [email protected] do his thing :)
 

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Man, mine needs it so bad. We've had so much damn pollen here, it's crazy. Everything was yellow as hell for like a month. The news said the other day an average pollen count is in the 200's and our pollen count was in the 6000's! :insane: It finally rained yesterday and today though, thank God! My whole truck is yellow as hell.
 

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Great job Donnie! I'm not looking forward to doing mine :banghead: I think I'm going to take a trip to Jersey and have [email protected] do his thing :)
Definetly do it man, looks like he does a badass job. I did my moms car sunday and I couldn't believe how many swirls/scratches I removed. My dad made a comment that his quad cab truck is next weekend :lol:, that big bitch is gonna be a pain!
 

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Man, mine needs it so bad. We've had so much damn pollen here, it's crazy. Everything was yellow as hell for like a month. The news said the other day an average pollen count is in the 200's and our pollen count was in the 6000's! :insane: It finally rained yesterday and today though, thank God! My whole truck is yellow as hell.
That is pretty crazy! We don't get too much pollen here, although there is some. I just hate the bland landscape this time of year, it's horrible. New England looks great is it's covered in snow or nice and sunny, just not the colorless time in between! Look at the difference in the picture I posted and these:



 
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