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In this episode, Nick puts the final touches on this beautiful 1987 Buick Grand National. We already washed the car of all loose dirt and debris then followed that with a clay bar service to remove embedded contaminants and polished it to remove oxidation, scratches, swirls and etching.
Adding Blue Guard II Wet Look Premium Dressing restored the look of the tires while adding protection against harmful UV sun rays. Nick cleaned the tires first to prepare them for the dressing then using an applicator we coated the wheel in Blue Guard to add shine and protection. After waiting a few minutes for the dressing to bond to the tire we wiped off the excess for a matte crisp sheen.
The wheels need to be cleaned with EcoSmart for a scratch free cleaning and paired up with Wheel Guard Max Coat to protect the wheels with a just waxed finish.
Regular cleaning and preventative maintenance with Wheel Guard Max Coat can keep wheels free from deep-seeded contamination, and even prevent or put off permanent damage and corrosion that requires expensive wheel refinishing. Make life easier and look better doing it with EcoSmart and Wheel Guard Max Coat.
Moving into the interior of the Grand National we got rid of the dust and finger prints on the dash board, console and other plastic surfaces using InnerClean.
As a final interior detailing step Nick vacuumed the carpets and seatts and then protected the fabric surfaces from spills, stains and body oils using Fabric Guard. Simply clean the surface and then mist a fine spray of Fabric Guard and let it dry.
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EcoSmart-RU (Ready to Use) Waterless Car Wash & Wax
Max Coat Wheel Guard
InnerClean – Interior Quick Detailer & Protectant
Fabric Guard Interior Protector Shield
Purchase Plans: https://craftedworkshop.com/portfolio/rustic-bathroom-vanity-plans-9-99/ In this video, I’ll show you how to build a DIY rustic bathroom vanity using 1x3s and 1x4s. This is a simple project that can be completed using basic tools, just a miter saw and drill, but I used more tools since I started with rough lumber. Enjoy!
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Materials Used On Bathroom Vanities (affiliate links):
4 x 8 foot long 1x4s
8 x 8 foot long 1x3s
2’ x 4’ sheet of 3⁄4” plywood
2’ x 4’ sheet of 1⁄4” plywood
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