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Old 12-26-2012, 01:34 PM
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Well I don't think to wash the car weekly because it can effect the paint of the car. I think wash a car twice in a month is enough. Try to steam cleaning I use it and its good and easy to detail the car with a steam cleaner you can also use it on interior of car.
 
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so what is your opinion on pressure washing? is that a good idea for the engine bay or am i likely to blow my camry guts apart?
 
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is it safe to clean the car while raining? I find easy but not sure if it clean the car very well. anyone have tried it?
 
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Old 05-27-2013, 01:11 PM
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my favorite trick is to find a ziebart. they've gotten my camry extremely clean before, but i always manage to dirty it up again. such is life
 
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1st post, guys, howdy.

Good old Pledge is a old trick of car show exhibitors. Inside, outside, engine compartment. Cheap, available, and leaves things lemon-fresh, too.

Speaking of engine compartment, I tried the normal de-grease of my newly acquired '88 Camry yesterday, and alas, I have a no-start situation. For 2 days now.

Have always sprayed the living you-know-who out of my 3 Maximas and other, too, but have not encountered this issue. I guess it's time to do some searching.

I hope my honeymoon isn't over too quickly as I just picked this little gem up from the original owner ... a sweet barn find, indeed.

Ok, cheers to you all, and I'll be looking forward to experiencing the Toyota feeling. As soon as I can get it running, that is.

Gary
 
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Old 10-20-2014, 01:10 AM
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Welcome to the forums! Hopefully things just need to dry out.
 
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Old 08-18-2015, 08:55 AM
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Duragloss sealants and polishes, plus 303 Aerospace are excellent!!
 
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