|This is a car that belongs to my brothers friend. He wanted to sell it, but it was neglected and I do not think anyone would be interested if they saw it!|
As I was looking at the car, I was just trying to think what to use, to try make the paint look respectable. At first, I thought my yellow Lake Country cutting pad would be needed, but it wasn't.
- Lots of claying
- Meguiars Medium Cut Cleaner with orange Lake Country light cutting pad
- Meguiars Swirl Remover 2.0 with orange Lake Country light cutting pad
- PoorBoys Nattys Blue Paste Wax
This was my first time using Meguiars Medium Cut Cleaner. I was extremely happy with it. With the Orange Lake Country pad, it removed all oxidation in one hit! I am very happy with this product.
After that, I used Meguiars Swirl Remover 2.0 with an orange pad to remove marks left from Medium Cut Cleaner, believe it or not, it was wax ready after this step. Meguiars Swirl Remover 2.0 is a great product, although not that many people talk about it on the forums.
After these 2 steps, the paint looked a lot better, and if you look at the pics, you will see what I mean.
After I washed the car again to remove dust, I applied Poorboys Nattys Blue with a Gray Lake Country Finishing Pad.
To remove the wax I used a microfiber bonnet with the Porter Cable 7424.
The car was all done and ready to be sold.