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Old 07-21-2013, 03:06 PM   #1
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gave the truck a good post vacation detailing...first spare day since i got home from vacation









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Lookin nice!
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A CLEAN Black shiny truck is hard to beat
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keeping it that way is a real PITA though lol
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Looks good. You did a good job
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looking good, I did the same the day after we got back from our 4k road trip had everything detailed inside, the week after, my son lost his gum inside the truck ended being under his azz, now I have gum embedded in the cloth seat.
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looking good, I did the same the day after we got back from our 4k road trip had everything detailed inside, the week after, my son lost his gum inside the truck ended being under his azz, now I have gum embedded in the cloth seat.
yea that blows...gum is a big no no in my truck...well any food for that matter is
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looking good, I did the same the day after we got back from our 4k road trip had everything detailed inside, the week after, my son lost his gum inside the truck ended being under his azz, now I have gum embedded in the cloth seat.
[MENTION=112375]cerhai[/MENTION] Wow a 4k road trip? Where did you go? And oh no on the gum. How did you get it out? What did you use?
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Old school trick for removing chewing gum from fabric.
First freeze it with a piece of dry ice and then hit it with a stiff bristle brush, repeat if needed
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