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Old 07-22-2013, 11:25 PM   #141
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i agree sometimes but i usually miss once or twice n i like ice detailed n spray on wax how about you guys?
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Old 07-22-2013, 11:26 PM   #142
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i use Griots speed shine for weekly detailing, and Griots spray wax once a month...a bit pricey at Advance but it's a great product.
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i feel as of even though something's are a little expensive they make up for it in quality n you Ed up using less of it to make it look beter this resulting in saving money
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I was thinking about doing a black spoiler on my sonic blue. Good idea or bad?
I like the look of a spoiler here's mine.

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Old 07-23-2013, 08:41 PM   #146
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dont use car washes lol that use rollers (of course any car guy wouldn't use a car wash like that anyways)

wax it with a liquid wax then you can wash it like any other part...believe me waxing it makes a world of difference in plasti dip
My dip is holding up very well on my trunk lid and lower valance.

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there's mine black its different style though since ur car is post 01

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there's mine black its different style though since ur car is post 01
Mine is a 2004. What's the difference between that and a pre '01 one?
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Mine is a 2004. What's the difference between that and a pre '01 one?
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my spoiler n now look at urs
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That^ and this
That yellow is so nice
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Hey so as you guys know I plasti dipped my decklid a couple weeks ago. As of yesterday there is a few small spots where I can see the paint under. Do I just have to keep doing more coats or is there a sealer to keep the plasti dip on there? Also any tips for washing it to keep it on?
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Hey so as you guys know I plasti dipped my decklid a couple weeks ago. As of yesterday there is a few small spots where I can see the paint under. Do I just have to keep doing more coats or is there a sealer to keep the plasti dip on there? Also any tips for washing it to keep it on?
If you can see spots of paint under, you might need to go more layers, my plasti dip I take my car to the carwash and I use the soap brush, and the power washer and it doesn't come off
As long as you did it right, it shouldn't come off while washing
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My car is at the shop right now and the spoiler, hood, driver side fender and door is getting painted. Should I keep it wingless or bolt it back on!?

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My car is at the shop right now and the spoiler, hood, driver side fender and door is getting painted. Should I keep it wingless or bolt it back on!?
Spoilerless vs spoiler
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My car is at the shop right now and the spoiler, hood, driver side fender and door is getting painted. Should I keep it wingless or bolt it back on!?

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Thanks for the feedback. What did y'all use to plug the holes?
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Thanks for the feedback. What did y'all use to plug the holes?
Plugs from autozone. I just got a set of different sizes
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Plugs from autozone. I just got a set of different sizes
Any certain type of plug?
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Any certain type of plug?
Nylon, rubber, any type of flexible plug
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Nylon, rubber, any type of flexible plug
Word. Thanks man. I should probably get those and have the shop paint them before they decide to put the spoiler back on.
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Word. Thanks man. I should probably get those and have the shop paint them before they decide to put the spoiler back on.
No problem. These are mine. It's a good idea to get the shop to paint the plugs and sand that water residue off. It looks real bad with all the residue
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