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Location: Palm Harbor not far from Sebring Florida
Originally Posted by Thesisinbold
This is what I want to do. However, it's a little difficult as I live in an apartment. I don't have access to an outlet. Any suggestions?
The problem with the mirrors, is they hold a lot of water. If you don't have access to an outlet, I would order a set of the mirror covers so you don't continue to have this problem. until you get the covers, you can buy a 3 pack set of the compressed air in the can at Office Depot or any place like that. Use them to blow out the excess water. After that take some paper towels and slide them up in and around the mirrors to soak up the remaining water.
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Wouldn't just a good wax...like Meguairs X2 or simular do the trick?...just saying as OP says 80% is gone with the detailer.....I just get close and blow....course here in Arizona water doesn't stay too long...