Awful May Day in NE Ohio

What do you do on a May Day in NE Ohio when the weather radar looks like this?

Well, if you are me, then you would detail a vehicle in the garage! I got my Jeep all set up in the garage to give it a quick detail. See below for info on some of what I did.

Part of the way through the process I grabbed this photo
Great combo to use on the paint. P&S Bead Maker with The Rag Company Eagle Edgeless 500 Towel. Bead Maker makes you paint shine and adds valuable protection all at the same time. The Eagle Edgeless is the perfect applicator for Bead Maker, this is a 70/30 blend South Korean made towel and is very soft!
The fenders on the jeep are prone to fading but in the 5 years I have owned the Jeep I have used Chemical Guys VRP Vinyl Rubber and Plastic Protectant on them. This product keep them looking brand new. All you need to do is to get them clean with your normal washing process and apply VRP once they are dry and then they shine.
One of the most crontoversial topics on the internet relates to if you should dress your mats. Lots of arguments against it because it will make them slippery and might cause you to not be able to control the vehicle, etc. My Jeep came with mats from the factor, they are a rubber/vinyl mat that collects dirt and water. I usually dress these with Stoner Trim Shine Vinyl & Plastic Coating and they always look good. They do get a little slick and that wears off quickly.

Please note that the links above are affiliate links to Detailed Image, the supplier I purchase all my detailing products from. If you use the link I will get a small kickback from them.

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