michael2014

detailing

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I have many years in the detailing of cars and used many brands but ultimately the jetseal paint sealer of chemical guys offers excellent results in combination with pete's 53...each with his own :D

 

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sharp as hell

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Looks super clean!

 

That center lip looks like it's taken a beating from road debris - any detailing suggestions to minimize/hide that?  Been struggling with that myself over the years

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I had the same issues with my scorpion lip. So I used some spot puddy to fill in the small pits. Followed by some gloss black vinyl and then some clear 3m film. A bit of work but has held up real nice through the winters. And the protective film hasn't faded or pitted

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