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Take a look at Amazon, same sprayer as many detailing websites carry, but for much less (under $40). Make sure to make a trip to Home Depot and pickup a bunch of brass quick-connect stuff for the hose and various attachments, plus a shut-off valve so you can switch on-the-fly.She looks beautiful. And, yes, very relaxing. I always love to see a car get foamed I have been thinking about getting one of those.
I still handwash, and make sure that the car is mostly in the shade so everything stays wet while I work top down. The foam does help loosen stuff up before attacking with the wash mitt. I have different wash mitts for top (hood, roof, upper half of doors and upper half of fenders) vs. lowers (plus the rear tailgate). Maybe a bit too picky, but that's what I've always done for my Audi.Thanks, will check out Amazon. How do you do it. Looks like you still have a bucket too. Does the soap dry up before you get the car done? Do you wipe the whole car down or do it in sections? I have seen on the detail forums were they do the foam alot to loosen up the dirt.
Thanks! I love the color, and the polish made it really pop!The car looks awesome!
Funny this is exactly what I did for fathers day What do you use for buffing up? My hands were paining by the time I was finished.