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Old 07-19-2018, 09:43 AM
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Just waxed the girl up last weekend and wanted to share! 😎








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Looks like a gray Stingray..
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Old 07-19-2018, 12:32 PM
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This stuff works really well.it cleans the paint, brings out that new car look.



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Deep shine!!!

What wax do you use?
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Old 07-19-2018, 12:46 PM
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[QUOTE=TEXHAWK0;1597627411]Looks like a gray Stingray..
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Looks great!

I went back and forth between black and the higher end chrome wheels. In the end, when I visited Kerbeck to buy my car, the only black GS they had in stock with other options I wanted had the nicer chromes. But I still wish that I had an extra set of black wheels to switch out every few months. (But, of course, that would be a monster hassle!)
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Old 07-19-2018, 01:48 PM
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Yea... if I had a choice I would've got the dark gray wheels instead of the black. With the blacked out windows and black paint the car is almost to black looking like the Batmobile 😁

QUOTE=Guitarking1;1597627919]Looks great!

I went back and forth between black and the higher end chrome wheels. In the end, when I visited Kerbeck to buy my car, the only black GS they had in stock with other options I wanted had the nicer chromes. But I still wish that I had an extra set of black wheels to switch out every few months. (But, of course, that would be a monster hassle!)[/QUOTE]
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Looks great!!!!!
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Thank you! The most awesome car I've ever owned!

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Quick, take a picture...a clean black car for the next 10 minutes. Gorgeous!
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Old 07-20-2018, 11:36 AM
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I know right? I didn't even drive it after I waxed it because I knew was just going to get full of bugs and dirt!

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Quick, take a picture...a clean black car for the next 10 minutes. Gorgeous!
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nothing like a freshly waxed C7! Just looks mean.
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Cool car for sure!

I would consider using a real wax/sealant vs.this stuff. My understanding is that this is more of a cleaner than wax. Also, I would never put anything on my paint without cleaning it first (not sure if you did or not, but know how this is marketed). Just speaking from many years of detailing experience.
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Nice job looks great.
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Old 07-23-2018, 12:10 AM
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I washed and shammy it down before applying this wax cleaner. I used this stuff on my 2007 Chevy Cobalt SS and really brought the paint back to life. Seems to get rid of hairline scratches. I'm happy with the results. Not trying to say this is the best out there or trying to sell or recommend anybody to use it but I'm very happy with it.


QUOTE=JDMvette7;1597647627]Cool car for sure!

I would consider using a real wax/sealant vs.this stuff. My understanding is that this is more of a cleaner than wax. Also, I would never put anything on my paint without cleaning it first (not sure if you did or not, but know how this is marketed). Just speaking from many years of detailing experience.[/QUOTE]
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