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Old 08-10-2013, 11:39 PM   #36
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I have the turtle wax in the green tub is that it? Lol
If it says rubbing compound on the front then that should be it lol. It should be a very fine and gritty stuff
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If it says rubbing compound on the front then that should be it lol. It should be a very fine and gritty stuff
Nahh I don't think it is lol I just want it off

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If it says rubbing compound on the front then that should be it lol. It should be a very fine and gritty stuff
Autozone should have it
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Nahh I don't think it is lol I just want it off

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They do lol
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They do lol
Okay good! I'll pick it up tmmrw
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Okay good! I'll pick it up tmmrw
Be very careful with it because if u go and start scrubbing it like a maniac your ganna mess your paint up. Be gentle lol
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Be very careful with it because if u go and start scrubbing it like a maniac your ganna mess your paint up. Be gentle lol
So I got the rubbing compound today, any tips I need to know before I use it tmmrw?
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So I got the rubbing compound today, any tips I need to know before I use it tmmrw?
Wax on, wax off. >.< jk
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So I got the rubbing compound today, any tips I need to know before I use it tmmrw?
Don't rub it to hard lol be genltle and apply little pressure
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That rubbing compound works wonders man! It had left dull marks on the trunk so I waxed it and buffed it out and now it doesn't even look like the lines were ever there
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Yea I love the wingless! Everyone who isn't an enthusiast hates it, I don't understand Why lol
+1. Friend of mine said if i took the spoiler off it wouldnt look like a mustang, it will just look like any other car. Lol i guess the wing makes the car
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+1. Friend of mine said if i took the spoiler off it wouldnt look like a mustang, it will just look like any other car. Lol i guess the wing makes the car
Nahh bro I think it looks more beefy, more sleek lol you should try it man, you will be satisfied with the end result trust me
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Nahh bro I think it looks more beefy, more sleek lol you should try it man, you will be satisfied with the end result trust me
Ill keep that in mind. Nice true blue! :p. ever have a horrible time with water spots and getting dirty really fast? Another friend of mine with the same color has the same problem! Aggravating. Lol
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Ill keep that in mind. Nice true blue! :p. ever have a horrible time with water spots and getting dirty really fast? Another friend of mine with the same color has the same problem! Aggravating. Lol
Omg yes!!! Water spots like a bioch!!!! I hate it, waxing is the only way I know to get it off
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Omg yes!!! Water spots like a bioch!!!! I hate it, waxing is the only way I know to get it off
Half the time waxing doesn't even help...
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Half the time waxing doesn't even help...
Did you figure out how to get it off?! Let me know haha
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What I do for mine is just spray the car wet and use a microfiber towel and scrub them lol
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Did you figure out how to get it off?! Let me know haha
Nope. Lol im considering buying the real pricey like $65 wax but dont want to waste my $$$ if even that doesn't work....love the color but every other true blue owner ive known have a horrible time with the water spots.drives me insane lol
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Nope. Lol im considering buying the real pricey like $65 wax but dont want to waste my $$$ if even that doesn't work....love the color but every other true blue owner ive known have a horrible time with the water spots.drives me insane lol
It drives me insane too trust me, it's insane!
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It drives me insane too trust me, it's insane!
At least it looks perfect from a distance lol.
Really gets to me when people are like "oh why dont you wash it more or just wax it" I wash it once every two days!
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At least it looks perfect from a distance lol.
Really gets to me when people are like "oh why dont you wash it more or just wax it" I wash it once every two days!
Lol I'm pretty sure when I wax and buff it, it comes out, last time I did buffed it all came off
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Dat a$$ doe
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Hey guys I have the same thing going on with the water spots it does s$&& .
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Hey guys I have the same thing going on with the water spots it does s$&& .
I just waxed and buffed mine today, they all came out
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Dat a$$ doe
What tips are those
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What tips are those
Slp LM1, it's my catback
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Slp LM1, it's my catback
Why doesn't mine look like that!?!? Lol
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Why doesn't mine look like that!?!? Lol
What do yours look like? They should be the same tips
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What do yours look like? They should be the same tips
Best pic I got,urs is angled differently and it looks badass
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Best pic I got,urs is angled differently and it looks badass
They look the same to me lol they are angled different because I just have to get under the car and twist the tailpipe alittle
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