2 buckets, 2 grit guards, 3 or 4 wash mits. One for the top half of the car, one for the bottom half, one for the wheels and one for my engine. Except for the winter when it goes to the car wash for a $2 rinse off only once a week.
awesome to see many other detailed enthusiasts out there... i thought i was one of few..... i talk to a lot of different people around here about what i do or they see what i do and they are just awed about my car washing process...
Please do not hesitate to add any experience, tips on car detailing in general to the following thread to help keep our cars super clean. You may want to share your techniques on engine detailing, wheel dressing, interior leather treatments, products you recommend etc etc.
Screw it. I use 200 buckets now and rinse it in a lake from a melting polar ice cap!
So this begs the question. What products do you use
Ha... You just rinse it in a lake?? Weak... I wash mine with bottles of Voss and Cor soap ($125 a bottle)... Then I dry it with an actual lamb... Not the mitt... The whole lamb... Which is clearly better... If it needs waxed I hand scrape beeswax right from the source and apply directly buffing out with another series of lambs... Can't believe you just use glacier water... Lambs is where its at bob... Lambs!
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