I can attest to that. As you may know, I've been detailing my wife's black Olds for sale. While black can be rewarding, it's also your worst nightmare. She took it for a quick errand, actually the dent removal shop, and when I got home it looked filthy (by my standards). Dusty, little spots of stuff and who knows what else. Of course, you don't dare touch it because you'll scratch the mirror surface. Must wash. I was PC buffing the car. Did the hood, top, trunk, one side, then the other. By the time I got back to the front the hood had shit all over it, again dust and stuff. I don't know where all this comes from. It's merciless, shows absolutely everything. On the other hand, I walk into the garage and have to do a double take when I see the car, even for an Olds, it's gorgeous to look at.in_d_haus said:
They also told me I was very brave to buy a black car knowing my detailing habbits.
Thanks, but while you're integrated it looks like I'm racist!in_d_haus said:Very nice John! :thumbup:
Yes it does have a sunroof.RChoudry said:haus,
does the e36 have a sunroof?
Got one, thankseric5150 said:Invest in a California Duster. Those things do work great, remove dust w/no scratches. :thumbup: Big trick is to spread it out on newspaper in the sun for about 3 days to let the paper soak up the excess wax, so it won't leave streaks.