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Custom Restoration Guide 2018

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152 FINAL CLEANING AND DETAIL PD-0810M Caution: Wear the proper safety protection when sanding, cleaning, mixing and spraying all materials included within this process. 1 INSPECTION: Inspect the vehicle for any heavily soiled areas or bug spatter, tree sap and other sticky substances. 2 INTERIOR: Pre-spot any heavily soiled interior spots using an All-Purpose Cleaner and Degreaser. 3 WHEELS: Apply a heavy-duty wheel cleaner. Do not use on uncoated aluminum wheels. OTHER AREAS: Apply an all-purpose cleaner and degreaser to engine compartment, wheels, tires, jambs, etc. TIRES AND WHEELS: Brush tires and wheels as needed. RINSE: Rinse all areas where wheel cleaner or all-purpose cleaner and degreaser were applied. 4 TAR: Remove tar, tape or adhesive residue with an Adhesive and Tar Remover. 5 PRE-TREAT: Pre-treat heavily soiled, bug spatter, tree sap and other sticky substances with an all-purpose cleaner and degreaser. 6 WASH: Wash entire vehicle with car wash soap and water. CLEANER CLAY: If paint overspray, oxidation, or environmental fallout such as acid rain or bird droppings are present, use 3M™ Cleaner Clay to remove. Rinse and dry. 7 TIRES: Dress tires with a Silicone-Free Tire Dressing. 8 INTERIOR: Clean interior with an all-purpose cleaner and degreaser. Rinse any pre- spotted materials and treat again if necessary. WINDOWS: Clean interior and exterior windows with glass cleaner. 9 Wipe vehicle with a detail cloth and inspect the vehicle for any remaining soiled areas.

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