Random Ride of the Moment
In this DIY we show you how quick and easy it can be to get a showroom clean on any car! We'll be using Meguiar's & Mother's products to detail the exterior of the car.
Clean the wheels & mud flaps with Meguiar's Hot Rims Aluminum
Restore the exterior plastics with Mothers Back-to-Black
Clean the paint surface with a Meguiar's Clay bar kit
Polish & Buff the paint using Meguiar's DA Power System & White Wax Paste. Note: we also use Ultimate Compound to restore gloss, but this steps not neccessary unless the paints scuffed, damaged, oxidized or freshly painted. Dont use compound everytime!
Then seal in the shine and protect the paint with a quality wax, we chose a synthetic paste but the choice is entirely personal. Ultimate Paste Wax kit
The end results worth the efforts!
Protect your paint from damage, protect other cars from your rocks, get the rally look! There's plenty of reasons to install them, and here's a DIY on installing them onto a 2009 Subaru Forester XT. The process is similar for most makes and models of cars, and for most kits. Find Rally Armor mud flaps
Parts used: Rally Armor 2009+ Subaru Forester Black/Red
OK its time to tie it all together! Doing a comprehensive audio system upgrade is a lot of work, especially if you're doing it right, so the pay off is once you finally have your new headunit installed. Now we have a source signal, can test the PAC SWI-RC is working with the steering wheel controls, test the reverse camera, power the amps and listen to the speakers finally!
Parts Used: Metra Turbo Dash Kit 95-8902