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Old 7th September 2009, 07:03   #2368
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My neighbor has one of those. He says it's a good ride and bitches a little about the power, not the gas mileage though.

Having 13,000 on it should be fine to wax. I like Nu-Finish. It isn't spendy and it seems to be as good as car wax that is.

If you have a cordless drill you should invest in a Mothers Powerball. These are a great tool because you can get into all the creases and crannies.

I usually just rub em out with a Terry cloth and use the powerball to get the creases. Don't take a buffer to a new car and if you keep up the wax, you'll never need to.
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