Hey everyone! Figured I'd show another example of what the Migliore wax, Trim Protectant and Tire Glaze is all about! The vehicle showcased here is a 2008 H3 Hummer that was recieved on loan from the dealer for an exterior detail. 20 miles on the odometer. Remember- questions ,comments, anything else just PM me! And as always, at www.migliorewax.com, enter the code LXForums at checkout and recieve 5% off your order!
As it showed up, after the dealership quick wash and detail.
Lots of hard water spots, especially around flat body panels and indents.
Dry, water spotted rubber
We always start our details off with a thorough claybaring. The claybar of choice is from Griotts. We have found this clay to be much softer than other brands, in addition to getting more clay for your dollar. This picture is of what was a never beffore used bar of clay after doing approximatly 1/4 of the hood. Notice how much dirt has been pulled from the paint. This step is highly recommended for new vehicles to remove the rail dust and other contamination resulting from transport from the manufacturer.
This step was followed by a quick wash to remove any residue left from the claying process.
The wax being used here is the Migliore Original Paste Wax. Notice how light the application is. A little bit goes a long ways! Also waxed were the door handles and any other black plastic. Migliore doesn't leave a white hazy residue on plastics! Don't try this with other waxes!
Finished. Notice that the mirrors, door handles and hood plastic all recieved a coat of Migliore Original Paste Wax. The wheels where finished using Migliore tire glaze- note the satin finish, not high gloss like most other brands. If a darker color is desired from the rubber, additional coats of Tire glaze is all that is needed. The chrome grill was also treated using Migliore Wheel Seal.
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