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Old 05-25-2013, 01:16 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by sparkey View Post
Hi just my 2 cents worth all depends on your paint & clearcoat if its not all
Scratched up & looks ok a good wash (2 bucket) & dry them I use mothers claybar
& lube detail spray wash again dry again then I use cg black light 2coats with a few
Hrs maybe overnite between the coats then cg v7 spray makes my 2000 zx3 look
Like almost LOL new the black light is real easy on easy off by hand......
Shine on

I have a bottle of Blacklight, but haven't used it... the V7 spray is AMAZING! I would go all out and say it's one of the best sprays out there. For Chemical Guys... I use there JetSeal 109 and top it with some Lava wax... my Mustang looks just AWESOME!!! My SVT went with Zaino polish... they have some remarkable products as well.
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