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This is my steps when i detail my car. just wonder if its correct.

1. Wash Car
2. Claybar
3. Polish
4. Paint sealant
5. Wax
 

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I'm assuming by paint sealant, you mean an all-in-one or some kinda of synthetic protection. Then by wax, you mean some sort of a carnauba wax or something that'll give a nice shine. If so, people usually do something like a Klasse Sealant Glaze topped with a caranuba wax. Or some Pinnacle Caranuba Finishing Glaze topped with a wax as well.

That is just a pretty general procedure, but of course there can be much more details added, such as tires, wheels, windows, rubber trim, under carriage, carpet, seats, and so on.

But yeah, stickys are nice to look at for more detailed information.
 

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Hey ToyoSe,

You are headed for a good start; the order looks okay in general. But there are many steps in between that have to be maintained to achieve your ultimate potential.

Thanks and let me know if you have any other questions!
 

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thanks everyone, i was just giving a vauge description of what i do when i detail, of course in between i also detail everything else. btw i did read the sticky but it didnt give the exact steps.
The paint sealant i use is tr-3 resin glaze.

Adam, i wanted to ask you if you have any product to clean and make the glass shine, something like glass wax?
 

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Yeah very general description but pretty normal from what I gather
 

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thanks everyone, i was just giving a vauge description of what i do when i detail, of course in between i also detail everything else. btw i did read the sticky but it didnt give the exact steps.
The paint sealant i use is tr-3 resin glaze.

Adam, i wanted to ask you if you have any product to clean and make the glass shine, something like glass wax?
Brilliant Spray Glaze my friend, that's the goods for the glass. Makes water bead like mad, and the same stuff also is rather juicy and nice on the paint.
http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-25-brilliant-spray-glaze-16oz.aspx

Let it haze up for a ten minutes, then remove it with a MF towel.

TR-3 is a little abrasive, isn't it? :confused:

-Adam
 

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Brilliant Spray Glaze my friend, that's the goods for the glass. Makes water bead like mad, and the same stuff also is rather juicy and nice on the paint.
http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-25-brilliant-spray-glaze-16oz.aspx

Let it haze up for a ten minutes, then remove it with a MF towel.

TR-3 is a little abrasive, isn't it? :confused:

-Adam
Tr-3 glaze is non-abrasivehttp://people.consolidated.net/cargochemical/pg_techsheets.html, been using it for years. thanks, i will order the brillant spray glaze later on this month
 

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Ahhh, gotcha. I mush have had it confused with the TR-3 that I bought as a kid at the drug store. It would cut oxidation on a boat like mad!

We have a distributor in Gilroy, CA, and he gets up to San Fran often. If you care to have a personal demonstration, our dealers are super knowlegable, and friendly.

Check out this page for other dealers near you: http://www.adamspolishes.com/showdealers.aspx
 
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