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Polish S5

2010 Audi S5 , in good shape but with a need of a refresh.
Wheels /tires:
- P21s wheels cleaner agitated with brushes
- optimum car was on wheels
- tires got endurance gel
Trims and front grills:
- wash with all purpose cleaner agitated with a brush
- dress with poorboy`s trim restorer
Interior :
- leather - meguiar`s cleaner conditioner and optimum leather protectant
- gauges and screen got ****pit premium
- all vinyl got optimum protectant
- carpets was treated with scotchgard carper protector after cleaning
Exterior:
- optimum no rinse wash with a microfiber wash mitt
- 3m green tape on trims
- meguiar`s 205 on polish pad (white sonus) with dual action polisher
- one coat of opti-seal
- one coat of carnauba moose wax






















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Wow that stuff works well.


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Wow that stuff works well.
on new grills , if is old it may need more passes or black wow more passes, that`s another good trim restorer
thank`s
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