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11-07-2012 01:32 AM
scott7278
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Originally Posted by Mile30 View Post
Oh, I do! That's the sad fact... that's what the customers are looking at and going "... ehe, yeah. That's ready."

It also keeps me busy with side work. (Others) complacency keeps me employed.
Very true...my local full-service car wash thanked me the other day for having such a clean interior whenever I bring it in. The guy said that I wouldn't believe what he's seen.

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11-07-2012 12:28 AM
Mile30
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Originally Posted by scott7278 View Post
@Mile30 - Just think about the trash they cleaned up before they brought it in...
Oh, I do! That's the sad fact... that's what the customers are looking at and going "... ehe, yeah. That's ready."

It also keeps me busy with side work. (Others) complacency keeps me employed.
11-06-2012 11:52 PM
Focusblackzx5
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Posted via FF Mobile Clean your car...no ridiculous amount of microbes, clean your hands before getting into your car, solves even more of the problem.
x2

I wash my hands before getting in my car most on the time. Don't want any dust on my leather wrapped steering wheel. Clean and vacuum the interior of the car once a week and go to the car wash one a week or 2 weeks.

11-06-2012 11:09 PM
DrkKnight614 Posted via FF Mobile Clean your car...no ridiculous amount of microbes, clean your hands before getting into your car, solves even more of the problem.
11-06-2012 08:16 PM
scott7278 @Mile30 - Just think about the trash they cleaned up before they brought it in...
11-06-2012 07:26 PM
WiscoGTI
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I've gotten funky in the back seat of a few cars in my day. Is it wrong?
Tom, I'll be honest. I didn't take you for that type of man.

I'm proud of this post. My Focus got it in the driver seat a couple times about 3 months before I sold it.
11-06-2012 06:33 PM
Mile30


That shit that's all over the key: it's all over the wheel too! It's the same crud... it makes me wish I had gloves on when I drive one after just taking a set off!
11-06-2012 06:28 PM
dieselboy77
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Thanks for the encouragement!

Here's another great product idea: make those contour grips at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel little bulbs full of hand sanitizer. Squeeze and it comes out through the perforated leather. Covers the most used spots immediately, and it's pretty easy to wipe the whole wheel down as you go around turns. (And of course Ford recommends that you refill only with genuine Motorcraft fluids -- a whole new revenue source.)

Ideas; I got a million of 'em. I don't know why SVT doesn't hire me.
I do 3-9 clock grip, would be there one for me?
11-06-2012 02:07 PM
cbdallas Lysol's next big seller: Cuholder-sized cans of disinfecting wipes.
11-06-2012 01:06 PM
lddavis
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Great idea!! I'm sure they'll get right on it!!
Thanks for the encouragement!

Here's another great product idea: make those contour grips at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel little bulbs full of hand sanitizer. Squeeze and it comes out through the perforated leather. Covers the most used spots immediately, and it's pretty easy to wipe the whole wheel down as you go around turns. (And of course Ford recommends that you refill only with genuine Motorcraft fluids -- a whole new revenue source.)

Ideas; I got a million of 'em. I don't know why SVT doesn't hire me.
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