Saturday, June 18, 2011
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Tuesday I cleaned a truck that had a beautiful paint job but was not glazed or waxed right. I first started with the wash it was not very dirty but it's a must before a glaze or waxing job. Then I did the interior it had some dog hair but was not very dirty. After that was the glaze and wax the clear coat was pretty dirty and the wax made the paint really shine. After I followed up with quick detailier to get all the left over wax.
Now I will talk about leather, now most leather is from a cow unless the car you have has a different hide. So how do I clean leather? First you start by mildly clean it with soap and water to try and get most of the dirt off. Then I wipe it dry with a clean cloth, then take a cleaner of your choice (I read about Lexol and it works just fine). Then scrub that in to the leather with a terry cloth and after that wipe it with a wet cloth to clean off all the dirty water. If you want to condition your leather then with the conditioner of your choice (I use Lexol) wipe the leather with it and then wipe dry. It is important to keep the leather mostly dry.