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post #41 of 41 Old 10-17-2013, 12:28 AM
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Get a clear bra to avoid rock chips. I bought one for my Honda and it was the best choice I ever made. I have had it on there for 5 years and there is absolutely no peeling or yellowing.

I bought on for my Versa off eBay for $30 but still need to put it on...

Waxing is an absolute MUST. It provides the paint protection from acid rain, UV rays, and bird droppings (temporarily). If you are going to take the time to wax a vehicle, then make sure you get a quality wax. (No Turtle Wax or any of the garbage). Instead, I would recommend Meguiars NXT line, or Mothers more expensive wax products. I personally like the liquid NXT wax as it lasts a long time, provides excellent protection, and is very easy to work with. But, lately I have just been using a product called Wet Paint which is a wax/sealant all in one.

Be sure to use the two bucket method when washing a vehicle by hand. Never use towels or mitts that have touched the ground. Also, if your windows are tinted ONLY use a window cleaner that is amonia free like Stoners invisible glass.
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