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    2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    Well, here's another 2006 I just detailed. Another new car that for one reason or another has been neglected. Paint was rough & there were droppings, stains & who knows what else on the paint. This color doesn't really appeal to me only because it looks like a primer. I believe it's a pearl white or something. It's not a real shiny color to begin with.

    1. Washed with NXT
    2. Clayed
    3. M80 with 8006 pad
    4. #26 Wax

    Engine:
    1. Safe D Greaser
    2. Hyper Dressing

    Wheels:
    1. Cleaned with Wheel brightener
    2. Tires dressed with All Season Dressing

    Mats:
    1. Cleaned with Folex

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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    nice job, how long did the mats take you?
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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by Detaillab View Post
    nice job, how long did the mats take you?
    Thanks. Mats took me about 15-20 minutes for both.

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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    what was the process on the mats? just spray, scrub and then?

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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by ninee3cobra View Post
    what was the process on the mats? just spray, scrub and then?
    I sprayed Folex & let it soak it for about a minute. I then scrubbed the mats using one of Meguiars brushes. I followed with Bissells Little Green Machine to do the extraction.

    By the way I used NXT Tire cleaner as well to clean the tires.

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    Thumbs up Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    Great Detail...

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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    WOW that's a dirty car. Nice job. Darn it, I just talked myself out of getting a Little Green Machine. I might have to reconsider.
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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueZero View Post
    WOW that's a dirty car. Nice job. Darn it, I just talked myself out of getting a Little Green Machine. I might have to reconsider.
    Yeah, it's acutally not that bad. The only thing is if you want to extract the carpet in the car the hose itself is not that long. I'm saving up to get the Mytee II. Other than that it's not that bad.

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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    I gotta get me one of those bissel machines or maybe rent one lol.
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    Re: 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by hemin8r View Post
    I sprayed Folex & let it soak it for about a minute. I then scrubbed the mats using one of Meguiars brushes. I followed with Bissells Little Green Machine to do the extraction.

    By the way I used NXT Tire cleaner as well to clean the tires.
    WOW great job on that detail, Way to dirty for being a newer car., Whats this little Green machine you speak of?

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