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  1. Classic Talk
    Spring is here, and it's time to start thinking about how to get all that pollen off your Mustang. In places like Florida, where it rains nearly every afternoon, it's tempting to skip the car wash and just let Mother Nature do all the hard work for you, but that's not always the best option —...
  2. New Member Introductions | No Tech Questions
    Hey Everyone. My name is Richard, and I'm new to the website. I have a 2001 Mustang GT Convertible. I'm posting because I have a few questions about cleaning the Mustang at home. What kind of soaps or something could I use at home to clean it and get it looking really nice? Any hints or...
  3. Show & Shine
    I have read many threads trying to find an opinion on the best bug protectant(if there is such a thing that exist) for the front of the car on a brand new car. I live in Baton Rouge and we have "love bug" season coming up and I have heard things from W-D40 to wax left on. Does anyone know what...
  4. 2011-2014 Mustang Talk
    Good evening Gents, I just finished washing my black 2013 mustang and notice there is now light scratching/scuffing on the hood.... I followed the advice i have seen on this forum... two buckets, micofiber sponge, using a caranuba wash/wax, an absorber to dry it. I think this is from my last...
  5. Show & Shine
    I've long held it to be common sense to wash the underbody of one's car after any winter where the car may have driven over a salty road, but some of the comments on various Mustang forums have said it's not so. I've even heard it may do more harm than good, wetting the salt and pushing it up...
  6. Show & Shine
    Is anyone else here a freak about how to wash their car? What kind of products to use? And etc??? What is everyone using to wash their new rides? From soap, mitts, drying techniques to wax. I don't want to get any swirls in the new paint.
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