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Dodge Dakota Swirl Removal by Jason at Reflection Detailing
This Dodge Dakota was brought to me swirled and scratched.
I started with my Foamaster Foam Gun with Meguiar's Super Soap. The foam gun really makes washing a large vehicle a breeze. Then I used Cobra Guzzler microfiber towels to dry it off. Next, to remove oxidation, swirls, and scratches, I use Meguiar's # 83 Dual Action Cleaner/Polish with an orange light cutting pad. Meguiars # 83 is a versatile product that does a great deal of paint correction and finishes off nicely. It's tricky to use but well worth using on an older vehicle. I followed up with Optimum Poli-Seal with a white Lake Country polishing pad. Poli-Seal is another fantastic product to use for final polishing, and sealing. It's really is an all-in-one product. A little Poli-Seal goes a long way and it's the easy product to use. For winter protection, I used Collinite 845 to protect the freshly prepped surface. I use a grey pad and slow speed on the PC 7424 to ensure even coverage. Collinite 845 is a very durable wax that has the durabilty of a sealant. It goes on easy and is easy to remove.
Foam gun with Meguiar's Super Soap
Simple Green wheel and tires
Meguiar's #83 on a Orange pad for the swirls, scratches, and little oxidation
Wipe down with Menzerna Top Inspection
Optimum Poli-Seal on a White Pad
Collinite 845 for winter protection
Wheel wheel dressed with Meguiar's Hyper dressing
Meguiars Endurance Hot Shine Tire Gel
Truck came out so good, you can see the reflection of snow on the ground!