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Well after getting back from a LOOOONG road trip. I washed the X. I also washed my Civic since it was a longtime since I did it. BTW all accesories were installed by Moi. Thanks TIM!!!
 

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Head on. Notice I removed the Silver "Form-Fit" from the front Air deflector
 

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Rear, Look its the sticker. I did notice alot of MDXs in St Augustine. The Civic Waiting for her wash.
 

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Both Cleaned and dried and tucked in.
 

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Very nice - I wish the sun would shine around here so I could shine my MDX!
 

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Lookin Good!

Nice looking X. Black is a great color if you are willing to put in the effort to keep it up.:cool:
I'm not, so that's why I got SS:2:
Meep Meep
 

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I am trying to constantly kept it clean. If I drive in from rain I use a california blade to remove the water. I also use the duster to remove dust on it.
 

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How did you remove the "Form Fit" logo of the deflector?
 

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papawoolf said:
Warzau

How did you remove the "Form Fit" logo of the deflector?

I use Meguire's Scratch X. It really is a light scratch remover. Use quite a bit and some elbow grease and it will come off!
 

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Thanks

I will have to give it a try this week.
 

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Warzau said:
I am trying to constantly kept it clean. If I drive in from rain I use a california blade to remove the water.
Be VERY careful using the water blade after being in the rain. All it takes is one tiny dirt particle on your blade that you can not even see and you will have a nice scratch. I have religated my water blade to window duty only. I was lucky, my scratch was light and correctible with mutliple Z5 layers.

I do, however, love the duster, I have two, one small one for the interior which does a terrific job on the dash, radio, and instrument cluster. Also works great in the house too!

Another product that I use and love is the Absorber towel. I find that the roof is a bear to dry after washing, esp with the little roof indentations. All I do is lay out the towel over the roof, pull is towards me and ring it out. After a couple of times, entire roof is dry!
I dry off the entire car with the same towel, the go over it lightly with a cotten towel and its ready for the Z6.
 

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Very nice. It looks great!!!!
 
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