Fall Is a Good Time To Wax The Jeep!

LibertyTC

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Mine was way overdue as the sun baked it all summer!
Started with a good wash, a detailer/ clay bar, & then onto waxing.
Used Meguires #3 and then Meguires quick wax, which really brought it up to speed in the shine department.
The Headlights also received a nice waxing too.
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The rims were grim ha ha, & used a new Simoniz Heavy Duty Rim cleaner with a tooth brush to remove all the baked on brake dust and grime from the summer trips.
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Back to black on door handles, mirrors etc, to give it that I'm done finally appearance! :)
Beer Time !
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I hope you also get polishing and give the Jeep the Fall Love it needs, to get though the winter.;)
 

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Ah a good clay barring... so many people don't know about or just plain skip the clay bar. Single best thing you can do to paint (even brand new) other than wash it.
 

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Another nice weekend, so I got a 2nd coat of quick wax on hood & roof today.
I used up all the regular quick wax, so next I am going to try the Meguires Ultimate quick wax and see how that does in future.
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You're too kind!!!
It's on the list! Yesterday I got the undercarriage and rock rails all ready for winter.
 
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