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      09-20-2011, 08:46 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by dbhg1124 View Post
how do you find the time? by the time i get home from work im shot and the weekends forget it
If you care enough you'll make time.

But if you absolutely can't do it yourself, then find a good detailing shop in your area. They can do a full detail to remove paint imperfections, and a lot of them even offer basic maintenance/washing services. The good thing is that they do it the right way, and won't mess up your paint. Any place that mentions the two bucket system with grit guards or foam guns, etc. Doing a small bit of research on your part beforehand will help you find the right place!

Just think, the same sponges in that car wash you're running your baby through were just wiping down the mud, grime, and rocks from someone else's Jeep earlier... Automatic car washes are never a good idea.
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