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post #16 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-17-2012 Thread Starter
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I got mine from autogeek


2012 Black MCA, HID package, Steeda splitter, Airaid cold air intake, AM Hood struts, FRPP Sport axle back, Soon : matching lower grille, MMD tailight surrounds and tint.
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I use blackfire too and love it. Pick up some Megs 105 and 205 try 205 first and if it doesn't work move to 105..

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HAd the same bird etching on mine. I did Menzerna FF and could not get out with a White Pad. Switched to Menzerna SIP and yellow pad worked it with the DA for a little bit got it all out. Followed it with the FF and the White PAd to polish it. Toped it with the Blackfire Wet Diamond and DODO Juice Purple Haze. I like the Menz a little better the the 105 205 combo.
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I'm guessing I should invest in a DA buffet

2012 Black MCA, HID package, Steeda splitter, Airaid cold air intake, AM Hood struts, FRPP Sport axle back, Soon : matching lower grille, MMD tailight surrounds and tint.
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An easy and safe first step would be a 50/50 white vinegar and water mix in a spray bottle. Apply it like a quick detailer. Works great for stubborn water spots and may solve your issues as well.
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