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    Quote Originally Posted by cavallino333
    Seriously??? I freak out if I can't wash my car at least every weekend.
    Yeah I am serious. I know it's wrong. Blue just always looks so clean!
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    I live on a dirt road. The only time my car is really clean is when I just wash it. Or after it rains it wont get dusty, but if it rains too much, it will get muddy. The dirt road is about half a mile long and I usually creep down it at 0-5 mph until I can get on pavement. Id say my car gets washed about 5 times a week. Its gets so dirty that I get embarassed taking it out sometimes if i dont have time for a wash. But man, you should see how fast I can get my car washed and dried. I have it down to an art.
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    So you do that EVERY morning before you go to school Redline? Wow thats awsome! You must have one of the shinest cars at your High School parking lot! I think my car took the cake as being the loudest in my High School parking lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by nSj77h
    So you do that EVERY morning before you go to school Redline? Wow thats awsome! You must have one of the shinest cars at your High School parking lot! I think my car took the cake as being the loudest in my High School parking lot
    To think I was happy driving the '74 Dodge Dart that when you turned it off you had to pop the hood and throw a handful of dirt on the engine fire to put it out....
    The last third is usually backwash

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbosk
    To think I was happy driving the '74 Dodge Dart that when you turned it off you had to pop the hood and throw a handful of dirt on the engine fire to put it out....

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    Good write-up but that's basically Autopia's entire process but with your pics

    http://www.guidetodetailing.com/arti...p?articleId=22

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    Quote Originally Posted by InfamousDX
    Good write-up but that's basically Autopia's entire process but with your pics

    http://www.guidetodetailing.com/arti...p?articleId=22
    thats because autopia > anywhere on the web. period. i frequent the forums there quite a bit now.

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