I'm here and in the business. I will help as much as I can.
I met a guy with an early 60s car that looked brand new. Not a show car, his daily driver. He said he wiped it with kersosene.Ridgemanron said:know this guy with a beautiful 1974 Toyota Corolla (owned it since new) and
he claims to never have washed the car with soap. It still looks pristine.
I agree with Vantage on this. Wool mitts, two buckets and MF. Use the waffle to dry and a soft plush cloth for wax removal and detailing spray. I polish the daily driver every six months or so, and hit the second car about every nine months.Vantage said:I'm old fashioned, and so I still prefer natural sheepskin mitts (2) replaced every year and your favorite car wash solution with the two bucket method. Microfiber waffle weave towels to blot dry, and microfiber cloths for the final quick detail touchup.
I'd rather have the factory protector aft of the doors and the other pieces can be the dealer installed option.Randy Chase said:P.S. Adding a clear bra will be a dealer installed option that you are supposed to order at the time of your initial order. Because then they will not install the standard clear plastic protection on the rear of the car (directly behind the doors). That is what I was told, but they were working out some details still.