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  1. 1996 e36 318is coupe just a few water bead pics 
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    Yes I do need to get out more but took these after it rained on the way home from work today.
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    There's an alternative. There's always a third way, and it's not a combination of the other two ways. It's a different way

    I see you've made you're decision now lets see you enforce it.

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    Good job mate - what products did you use?

    I used Poorboys Natty Wax for the first time last week and am really pleased with the results so far.
     
     

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    looking good mate! i need to wax my car!!!
     
     

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    Ahh the secret is lots of products and plenty of elbow grease.
    depending on the time of day and how warm it is depends on the products
    I use simioniz car shampoo,then leather off
    Then use these products.
    not all at once but as a combination of three but always finish with extra gloss.
    the windows i use AG fast glass and the ag glass polish
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    There's an alternative. There's always a third way, and it's not a combination of the other two ways. It's a different way

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    Quote Originally Posted by e36318iscoupe View Post
    Ahh the secret is lots of products and plenty of elbow grease.
    depending on the time of day and how warm it is depends on the products
    I use simioniz car shampoo,then leather off
    Then use these products.
    not all at once but as a combination of three but always finish with extra gloss.
    the windows i use AG fast glass and the ag glass polish
    nice work but i think you will get better results by using your sealant extra gloss, letting it out gas then topping it with your hd, personal opinion thats all may have started something with the beading pics,always satisfying to see your lsp doing its job
     
     

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