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This may seem like an obvious question, but I'm curious what steps and products do you use to detail your 6? I've never really done it, but with the quarantine forcing us to stay home I decided I should!
 

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Feel free to take a look in:

Forums > Visual/audio > Show n shine

You can kill a bit of time in that folder. I personally like Griot's products with the exception of the leather conditioner. I am not a fan of the conditioner's smell at all.
 

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ABCGarage!, did you recently change your username to ABCGarage! ? If so, what was your previous Username?

Yes my previous username was Modzas6x!
 

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Feel free to take a look in:

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You can kill a bit of time in that folder. I personally like Griot's products with the exception of the leather conditioner. I am not a fan of the conditioner's smell at all.

Thank you, I will check out those threads!
 

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Here's the combo I've used. I don't think the brand is important so much as you just put the work in.
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I use a lot of different products. However I am a very frequent viewer and supporter of Obsessed Garage. Check them out on YouTube or on their website. Obsessed Garage | Home Of The Obsessed some of the products are expensive however his techniques and processes from “basic” washing all the way to polishing is spot on. I have always liked detailing vehicles so I have gotten pretty good at it over the years.
 

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I use a lot of different products. However I am a very frequent viewer and supporter of Obsessed Garage. Check them out on YouTube or on their website. Obsessed Garage | Home Of The Obsessed some of the products are expensive however his techniques and processes from “basic” washing all the way to polishing is spot on. I have always liked detailing vehicles so I have gotten pretty good at it over the years.

Will do, thanks for linking them!!
 
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