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Detailing a New Ford C-Max


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#1 OFFLINE   Swamp45755

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  • LocationLake placid Florida
  • My C-MAX's Year:2018
  • Current Vehicle:2018 Ford C-Max

Posted 04 February 2018 - 02:03 PM

It's now been a little over 2 weeks since I purchased my CMax and I could not be happier. Fun to drive, quiet, sips gas and handles extremely well. Now it's time for the detailing. While Ford recommends a good wax, the clear coat finish should receive a polymer wax. This will provide a better layer of protection for your clear coat and acrylic paint. It has no abrasives, and it only needs to be reapplied twice a year, here in South Florida. I plan on using Macquires Ultimate Car Wax. If you have already applied a wax, the wax must be removed, and your car clayed prior to applying any polymer wax. You may apply it to the clear coat wheels as well.

Edited by Swamp45755, 04 February 2018 - 02:04 PM.

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