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My Cobra
05-05-2004, 01:32 AM
i went to wal-mart today before cleaning my car and picked up a few new items. i got a shammy towel....... these things work great. a squeegie..... this thing worked great also. I was kinda wonderin if i should take a 8 dollar piece of plastic to a 8,000 dollar paint job but i gave it a shot and it worked great. i got some wax stuff called zayno or something weird like that. it is blue and cost 12 dollars. said number one wax on the front. So i gave it a shot. I did not notice much of a diffrance from any other wax. Maybe i was not doing somethign right. And some foam tire product. For me i liked the shine this stuff brought but i do not like having to wait 15 min for the stupid white to get off my tires.

If any of you guys/girls know the best wax to use and any tips please let me know. Also the best tire cleaner that adds a good shine to the tires.

venomous
05-05-2004, 12:48 PM
Meguiars is the best for me. The Meguiars yellow wax puts on a shine that will blind you. Also the quick detailer mist help keep the shine if there is no time for a wax job. There is a tire shine that I found called Onyx. It is blue a puts on a great wet looking shine. Smells good too. :thumbsup: Some fellers on here will try to tell you zaino is the best wax, but don't listen to them, Meguiars is. :D :D ;) ;) :p :p

Mystic Cobra
05-06-2004, 12:27 PM
i went to wal-mart today before cleaning my car and picked up a few new items. i got a shammy towel....... these things work great. a squeegie..... this thing worked great also. I was kinda wonderin if i should take a 8 dollar piece of plastic to a 8,000 dollar paint job but i gave it a shot and it worked great. i got some wax stuff called zayno or something weird like that. it is blue and cost 12 dollars. said number one wax on the front. So i gave it a shot. I did not notice much of a diffrance from any other wax. Maybe i was not doing somethign right. And some foam tire product. For me i liked the shine this stuff brought but i do not like having to wait 15 min for the stupid white to get off my tires.

If any of you guys/girls know the best wax to use and any tips please let me know. Also the best tire cleaner that adds a good shine to the tires.

My Cobra:
If you purchaed the wax over the counter and it's blue its Zymol. The wax that you'll hear everyone rave about on this site is Zaino. They are not the same thing! Zaino is an fantastic product that lasts a very very long time. It can only be purchased from their web site. Zymol is a fair product but it doesn't last anywhere near as long a Zaino. So far nothing that I have tried lasts as long as Zaino.

Becareful of the water blade (squeege)... if you trap dirt under it then you will get scratches (I did that on a black car). I like to go with the least abrasive route as possible. I wash the car and then dry it with a leaf blower and then do final mop up with a waffle weave micro fiber towel. Looks crazy but works great.

Your neighbors will think your a little crazy for doing this but I don't mind that. Having my neighbors think I'm a little off-balance keeps them at a comfortable distance. Just to keep my neighbors on their toes while washing my car I occasionally look to the sky and yell "Where is the spot, I can't see it down here, can you point it out with a ray of white light or something just to help a guy out." :D .

(Besides if you read many of my postings here you'll be convinced that I'm one cylinder short of a V-8 anyway) :eek:

Mystic Cobra
05-06-2004, 12:31 PM
Meguiars is the best for me. Smells good too. :thumbsup: Some fellers on here will try to tell you zaino is the best wax, but don't listen to them, Meguiars is. :D :D ;) ;) :p :p

Don't believe Venomous that Meguires is the best, sniffing Meguires is a known cause of brain damage. :D :D :D

I only sniff, err I mean wax with Zaino. :eek: :eek: :eek:

My Cobra
05-06-2004, 02:26 PM
so is it zanio.com? or what is the web addy? I need to get some of this stuff. Everybody rants and raves about it. i got this blue crap called zymol or somethign like that. For 12 bucks it should do better than the 3 dollar turrle wax. Am i doing somethign wrong but all of these products just suck. I want somethign that makes the thing blind people with a shine. not just look the same as a clean car (zymol) Maybe i am too picky. I dunno. So ditch the squeegie? it worked great. the leaf blower thing would work good cept all we have is the one that goes on your back and i am afraid it would blow the car over. thanks for the help.

venomous
05-06-2004, 02:49 PM
Don't believe Venomous that Meguires is the best, sniffing Meguires is a known cause of brain damage. :D :D :D

I only sniff, err I mean wax with Zaino. :eek: :eek: :eek:
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Coming from someone who can't even spell Meguiars. :eek: :eek: :D ;) :p

My Cobra
05-06-2004, 06:15 PM
ha ha ha ha. good stuff.

scocher
05-06-2004, 08:33 PM
Meguiars is the best for me. The Meguiars yellow wax puts on a shine that will blind you. Also the quick detailer mist help keep the shine if there is no time for a wax job. There is a tire shine that I found called Onyx. It is blue a puts on a great wet looking shine. Smells good too. :thumbsup: Some fellers on here will try to tell you zaino is the best wax, but don't listen to them, Meguiars is. :D :D ;) ;) :p :p

Meguiars girl, here :D :D :D :thumbsup:

scocher
05-06-2004, 08:35 PM
Don't believe Venomous that Meguires is the best, sniffing Meguires is a known cause of brain damage. :D :D :D

I only sniff, err I mean wax with Zaino. :eek: :eek: :eek:

Sniffing wax? :doubt: That could explain a lot! ;) ;)

Mystic Cobra
05-07-2004, 11:36 AM
Here's the Zaino web site:
http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc

You say To-Mate-oh, I say To-Motto, you say Meguiars, I say Meguires. :D

Zaino is great stuff, not only is it a fantastic wax, it's good on a ham sandwich, its great for shining the bald spot on your head, if you brush your teeth with it they will shine for months, when used as a cologne it really attracts the ladies, it has many many uses.

[The management of Zaino request that you only use Zaino according to the instructions. The opinons expressed by Mystic Cobra are not necessary those of Zaino's management, except of course the ones about how great our products are when used properly.]

scocher
05-07-2004, 07:56 PM
Here's the Zaino web site:
http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc

You say To-Mate-oh, I say To-Motto, you say Meguiars, I say Meguires. :D

Zaino is great stuff, not only is it a fantastic wax, it's good on a ham sandwich, its great for shining the bald spot on your head, if you brush your teeth with it they will shine for months, when used as a cologne it really attracts the ladies, it has many many uses.

[The management of Zaino request that you only use Zaino according to the instructions. The opinons expressed by Mystic Cobra are not necessary those of Zaino's management, except of course the ones about how great our products are when used properly.]

:nono: :scratch: :crazy: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Mystic Cobra
05-07-2004, 09:30 PM
:crazy: <--- HEY, I resemble that remark!

scocher
05-07-2004, 09:41 PM
:crazy: <--- HEY, I resemble that remark!

I thought so ;) :D

My Cobra
05-08-2004, 01:53 AM
ha ha ha ha.

ausie
05-08-2004, 09:43 AM
Having a show stopping paint job is hard to maintain, especially if you like to drive the car. There are a ton of products on the market for cleaning, waxing, buffing, etc.... Since I own a Black Cobra, it is extremely difficult to keep clean. very minute scratches show in full detail on the car. I can thank the Dealer for doing that since they cleaned it and waxed it when I picked it up even though I recommeded them not to. I have yet to find a product that will repel dust, which is most disturbing after spending 4 to 5 hours to detail your car, go to work, and come out to lunch only to find your car is covered with dust and grass clippings from the yard crew that seems to only appear to cut the grass the day you decide to drive it to work after you have waxed it up. Then again you have those fine roads that get coated with those small stones and oil so you can get a new windshild every year. Lets not forget those kids packed in a church van traveling to a destination for what ever who wind up tossing a full soda bottle at you because you just happen to be behind them. Every body has road hazzards to deal with. Some may be extreme and some not.
One of the best products out there is the clay bar which is best used after washing the dirt off (perhaps twice - depending on how dirty your paint is). The paint must be cool to begin with. (black or dark paint tends to heat up in direct sunlight so it is best to wash the car early in the morning or the night before you detail it, otherwise you wind up with evaporating water spots) Then comes the clay bar process, use liberal amounts of the lubricant supplied with the clay bar. After that, wax it and buff it out. I have never seen such a deep luster in my paint until I used the clay bar. I find using a polymer synthetic wax to be the better of the wax products out there. There are many to choose from, Zaino, Meguirs NXT (which is what I like now), rain dance, turtle wax and the dupont teflon. I am sure that there are others but these are just the one's that come to mind. If you plan on going to shows, it is best to get yourself a california duster so that you can remove any dust that may accumulate when you get there. Follow up with some detail spray, and bingo, you have a show car shine that everybody will envey. Just remember this, it is not the wax that is shiney, it is the paint. All the wax does it refurbish the oils within the paint and provides protection from oxidation and other contaminants. Unfortunately this oil or protectant also provides a tacky surface for small particles to adhere to either by static charge or cohesion by moisture. Okay, now everything is clean, the paint is waxed, the tires shine and the rims are polished. Did you forget anything? How about those cruddy looking exhaust tips? The only product that I found that cleans off road tar and road dirt is what makes it go, Gasoline. Put a little on a rag and just rub it in on the exhaust. It works best if the tips are a little warm (not hot). I usually start here before washing off the car. Wash off the rag when you are done or lay it flat outside somewhere so the fuel can evapaorate, otherwise if you just thow it away as it is, you may have an unexpected fire by spontaneous compustion (more common with turpintine than with gasoline due to evaporation rates).
As for the paint chips, that is another story all together. I find that the side scoops get the most abuse from the road projectiles. I wish they had a functional purpose instead of just sitting there and eating stones. oops, once again, I wrote a small novel. sorry for the length :D

cowboyharry
05-09-2004, 03:50 PM
I used that Dupont wax with teflon in it the other day and thought it suckeded. Because the next day I had to keep wiping off a thin white film that kept coming back. I use the Zymoil with good sucsess.

venomous
05-09-2004, 08:01 PM
Zaino, Zymol, Turtle Wax, Black Magic, :thumbdwn: Meguiars :thumbsup: :headbang: :D ;)

Cobrizo
05-09-2004, 10:55 PM
Meguiars girl, here :D :D :D :thumbsup:

Same here, I love the stuff :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :D

Cobrizo
05-09-2004, 10:58 PM
Having a show stopping paint job is hard to maintain, especially if you like to drive the car. There are a ton of products on the market for cleaning, waxing, buffing, etc.... Since I own a Black Cobra, it is extremely difficult to keep clean. very minute scratches show in full detail on the car. I can thank the Dealer for doing that since they cleaned it and waxed it when I picked it up even though I recommeded them not to. I have yet to find a product that will repel dust, which is most disturbing after spending 4 to 5 hours to detail your car, go to work, and come out to lunch only to find your car is covered with dust and grass clippings from the yard crew that seems to only appear to cut the grass the day you decide to drive it to work after you have waxed it up. Then again you have those fine roads that get coated with those small stones and oil so you can get a new windshild every year. Lets not forget those kids packed in a church van traveling to a destination for what ever who wind up tossing a full soda bottle at you because you just happen to be behind them. Every body has road hazzards to deal with. Some may be extreme and some not.
One of the best products out there is the clay bar which is best used after washing the dirt off (perhaps twice - depending on how dirty your paint is). The paint must be cool to begin with. (black or dark paint tends to heat up in direct sunlight so it is best to wash the car early in the morning or the night before you detail it, otherwise you wind up with evaporating water spots) Then comes the clay bar process, use liberal amounts of the lubricant supplied with the clay bar. After that, wax it and buff it out. I have never seen such a deep luster in my paint until I used the clay bar. I find using a polymer synthetic wax to be the better of the wax products out there. There are many to choose from, Zaino, Meguirs NXT (which is what I like now), rain dance, turtle wax and the dupont teflon. I am sure that there are others but these are just the one's that come to mind. If you plan on going to shows, it is best to get yourself a california duster so that you can remove any dust that may accumulate when you get there. Follow up with some detail spray, and bingo, you have a show car shine that everybody will envey. Just remember this, it is not the wax that is shiney, it is the paint. All the wax does it refurbish the oils within the paint and provides protection from oxidation and other contaminants. Unfortunately this oil or protectant also provides a tacky surface for small particles to adhere to either by static charge or cohesion by moisture. Okay, now everything is clean, the paint is waxed, the tires shine and the rims are polished. Did you forget anything? How about those cruddy looking exhaust tips? The only product that I found that cleans off road tar and road dirt is what makes it go, Gasoline. Put a little on a rag and just rub it in on the exhaust. It works best if the tips are a little warm (not hot). I usually start here before washing off the car. Wash off the rag when you are done or lay it flat outside somewhere so the fuel can evapaorate, otherwise if you just thow it away as it is, you may have an unexpected fire by spontaneous compustion (more common with turpintine than with gasoline due to evaporation rates).
As for the paint chips, that is another story all together. I find that the side scoops get the most abuse from the road projectiles. I wish they had a functional purpose instead of just sitting there and eating stones. oops, once again, I wrote a small novel. sorry for the length :D

Ausie, I love reading your posts, I always learn something :thumbsup: Thanks for all the info, and you're right, the dust on my black snake drives me nuts! :mad: :bounce:

My Cobra
05-10-2004, 12:37 AM
ha ha man you write a ton. take it easy on the dial up people. ha ha thanks for the info. where do you get the clay bars? I am new to the show thing. I see pictures of peopels cars and it is like dang man mine does not look that good and i have a 8,000 dollar paint job. do you people get them detailed by a pro? or what? i do not know what i am doing wrong. I guess mine is just a car that i drive too much :burnout:

venomous
05-10-2004, 12:48 AM
I think when you detail your own car, it looks a lot better, cause you put alot more love and attention into places that someone else would not bother too. I got my claybars from one of the autofairs that meguiars was at. I'm sure you could order it off of their website. :thumbsup:

scocher
05-10-2004, 07:26 PM
ha ha man you write a ton. take it easy on the dial up people. ha ha thanks for the info. where do you get the clay bars? I am new to the show thing. I see pictures of peopels cars and it is like dang man mine does not look that good and i have a 8,000 dollar paint job. do you people get them detailed by a pro? or what? i do not know what i am doing wrong. I guess mine is just a car that i drive too much :burnout:

As far as I know, we detail our own cars. Just go to a show and ask questions. We got tons of valuable help. Everyone showed me what they did and pointed out the "little secrets". (Like clean the heat vents with Q-tips.) It must've worked since I ended up with a 1st place trophy!! :bounce: :bounce: However, after all that work, I decided I'm gonna be happy with one trophy and just clean my car up for myself instead of for competition. Miine is a daily driver, too.

Cobrizo
05-10-2004, 07:36 PM
As far as I know, we detail our own cars. Just go to a show and ask questions. We got tons of valuable help. Everyone showed me what they did and pointed out the "little secrets". (Like clean the heat vents with Q-tips.) It must've worked since I ended up with a 1st place trophy!! :bounce: :bounce: However, after all that work, I decided I'm gonna be happy with one trophy and just clean my car up for myself instead of for competition. Miine is a daily driver, too.
Wow, congratulations Cheryl! Way to go! I'm going to put my Cobra in a show on June 6th, I'm excited! My first one, its put on at the dealership where I bought the car. I'm told they get a lot of cars, well over 300. Thats a lot to me but maybe in the car show world it isn't, don't know. My sales guy said he'll help me detail it so I will take him up on that offer. I keep it spotless but help and tips are always appreciated! :thumbsup: :bounce: :banana: :banana: (love the nanner!)

scocher
05-11-2004, 08:04 PM
Wow, congratulations Cheryl! Way to go! I'm going to put my Cobra in a show on June 6th, I'm excited! My first one, its put on at the dealership where I bought the car. I'm told they get a lot of cars, well over 300. Thats a lot to me but maybe in the car show world it isn't, don't know. My sales guy said he'll help me detail it so I will take him up on that offer. I keep it spotless but help and tips are always appreciated! :thumbsup: :bounce: :banana: :banana: (love the nanner!)

Good luck at the car show and have fun :thumbsup: 300 is a lot of cars!! I can't wait to meet you, nanner buddy!! :banana: :banana: :banana: Are you going rafting on Wednesday? I need to make a reservation. We're going to do the Dragon on Thursday :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: That is a wild ride and a TON of fun!!! I, also, want to try drag racing Thursday p.m. :burnout:

ausie
05-12-2004, 07:31 AM
Clay bar can be found just about at any place like autozone, pepboys, etc...
I have used the clay magic without complaint.

Sorry for the long posts.... I am usually stuck in techinical writing mode most of the time....... long winded I suppose.

The dupont stuff, not the best.... I just wanted to try it out on the old Explorer which happens to be my test base before using new products on the car that matters....

I prefer the Meguir's NXT and many of their other products, but so far the NXT is tops. It holds up after washing it.. I have never seen black paint as dark and mirror perfect. It works great on wheels too. :D

cowboyharry
05-13-2004, 11:12 PM
Clay bar can be found just about at any place like autozone, pepboys, etc...
I have used the clay magic without complaint.

Sorry for the long posts.... I am usually stuck in techinical writing mode most of the time....... long winded I suppose.

The dupont stuff, not the best.... I just wanted to try it out on the old Explorer which happens to be my test base before using new products on the car that matters....

I prefer the Meguir's NXT and many of their other products, but so far the NXT is tops. It holds up after washing it.. I have never seen black paint as dark and mirror perfect. It works great on wheels too. :D
I lookeded in Wow Mart the othe day at the Meguires stuff and did not see any that said NXT on it. What is NXT?

scocher
05-13-2004, 11:34 PM
I lookeded in Wow Mart the othe day at the Meguires stuff and did not see any that said NXT on it. What is NXT?

Never X-ercise Topless??? :p :p :naughty: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

This is especially true if you are over 25 :bugeyes:

My Cobra
05-13-2004, 11:43 PM
that is a very good tip. Please keep your clothing on people. I get sick when the guy next door is washing his 89 dodge carvan (rust) with his shirt off and harry back about 325 (solid twinkey)

scocher
05-14-2004, 12:03 AM
that is a very good tip. Please keep your clothing on people. I get sick when the guy next door is washing his 89 dodge carvan (rust) with his shirt off and harry back about 325 (solid twinkey)

:barf:

:rotf: :rotf:

ausie
05-14-2004, 07:25 AM
The Meguiar's NXT is a new product that is a synthetic polymer wax. It comes in a dark purple bottle with a greet top. I found this at autozone and or pep boys. I have been to wal mart only to find a limited supply of waxes. They may have large quantities of certain products but their range of products are limited. So far the NXT is one of the easiest products I have used by hand. The results are even more impressive when using a buffer. They even have a booster wax similar to detailer's spray to use between waxing. I would soon rather purchase products from a store than buy it on-line.

Cobrizo
05-14-2004, 10:13 AM
The Meguiar's NXT is a new product that is a synthetic polymer wax. It comes in a dark purple bottle with a greet top. I found this at autozone and or pep boys. I have been to wal mart only to find a limited supply of waxes. They may have large quantities of certain products but their range of products are limited. So far the NXT is one of the easiest products I have used by hand. The results are even more impressive when using a buffer. They even have a booster wax similar to detailer's spray to use between waxing. I would soon rather purchase products from a store than buy it on-line.
Thanks Ausie, great tips! I like Meguiar's Gold Class so will give the NXT a try, sounds like good stuff!:thumbsup:

Cobrizo
05-14-2004, 10:18 AM
that is a very good tip. Please keep your clothing on people. I get sick when the guy next door is washing his 89 dodge carvan (rust) with his shirt off and harry back about 325 (solid twinkey)
Ohhh man, you paint a vivid picture! :bugeyes:

cowboyharry
05-14-2004, 08:51 PM
Never X-ercise Topless??? :p :p :naughty: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

This is especially true if you are over 25 :bugeyes:My girl friend says your wrong. She likes me better nekkeed. I be lookin good in the buff, baby ;) :p :eek:

ausie
05-17-2004, 07:53 AM
I find it easier to detail the car with clothes on, besides that, it soaks up all the sweat and keeps it off the paint.

My Cobra
05-17-2004, 10:51 AM
so you have tried both? man i wonder where some of you guys live. must be way out in the sticks. I have peopel all around me that would be calling the cops if i was out there in the nude washing her. People are just sad they all have mini vans and ford probes.

scocher
05-17-2004, 06:47 PM
My girl friend says your wrong. She likes me better nekkeed. I be lookin good in the buff, baby ;) :p :eek:

Sorry, Harry, I hate to burst your bubble :bs: but she IS your girlfriend :doh2: she's supposed to say that! ;) :banana: However, it is possible that her statement is true if you're taking good care of yourself and working out, etc. I will only know this when I see you in person. ;) :naughty:

scocher
05-17-2004, 06:53 PM
so you have tried both? man i wonder where some of you guys live. must be way out in the sticks. I have peopel all around me that would be calling the cops if i was out there in the nude washing her. People are just sad they all have mini vans and ford probes.

Nah, we don't live in the sticks. We just have neighbors who enjoy the show!!! :naughty: :naughty: :clapping:

The truth is the only nude car washing would be in the wee (no pun intended!) hours of the morning after a few too many!! :cheers: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

scocher
05-17-2004, 06:54 PM
I find it easier to detail the car with clothes on, besides that, it soaks up all the sweat and keeps it off the paint.

That is NOT a pretty picture :nope: :nope:

Cobrizo
05-17-2004, 06:59 PM
I find it easier to detail the car with clothes on, besides that, it soaks up all the sweat and keeps it off the paint.
Plus, clothes are great for keeping some areas from getting sunburned. :D :eek:

97whitevert
05-17-2004, 07:04 PM
so you have tried both? man i wonder where some of you guys live. must be way out in the sticks. I have peopel all around me that would be calling the cops if i was out there in the nude washing her. People are just sad they all have mini vans and ford probes.
you mean you haven't?!?!?!? :D :D some of us even drive around topless!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Cobrizo
05-17-2004, 07:11 PM
you mean you haven't?!?!?!? :D :D some of us even drive around topless!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
:banana: :clapping: :naughty: :woot: :thumbsup:
Pretty cute Lisa!! :bounce:

97whitevert
05-17-2004, 07:17 PM
oh yeah... i am sooooo clever... :rolleyes: :rotf:

cowboyharry
05-19-2004, 11:56 PM
Sorry, Harry, I hate to burst your bubble :bs: but she IS your girlfriend :doh2: she's supposed to say that! ;) :banana: However, it is possible that her statement is true if you're taking good care of yourself and working out, etc. I will only know this when I see you in person. ;) :naughty:
Ill be easy to spot. I will be waxing a red mustang neckeed. :eek:

cowboyharry
05-19-2004, 11:58 PM
Plus, clothes are great for keeping some areas from getting sunburned. :D :eek:
My body does not sweat. It glistens. :D

My Cobra
05-21-2004, 01:29 AM
dang man i so need to move to a diffrent part of the country. I mean i ride around with my top off but chicks nah never seen that. Where do you guys live? lol <has pen and paper waiting>

97whitevert
05-21-2004, 05:23 PM
oh you'll find out! :rotf:

cowboyharry
05-21-2004, 06:30 PM
dang man i so need to move to a diffrent part of the country. I mean i ride around with my top off but chicks nah never seen that. Where do you guys live? lol <has pen and paper waiting>
I live where the skeeters live. And they bite. So thats why I realy aint neckeed.

scocher
05-21-2004, 06:44 PM
Ill be easy to spot. I will be waxing a red mustang neckeed. :eek:

You sure you'll be the only one??!!! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
With this group it's hard to tell!! ;) :D

scocher
05-21-2004, 06:45 PM
My body does not sweat. It glistens. :D

OK Whatever you say :doubt: :rolleyes:

cowboyharry
05-21-2004, 06:57 PM
OK Whatever you say :doubt: :rolleyes:
You better quit rolling your eyes. They may get stuck that way or you may become dizzy. :p

scocher
05-21-2004, 07:16 PM
You better quit rolling your eyes. They may get stuck that way or you may become dizzy. :p

Dizzy, me??? I think it may be too late!! :dizzy: ;)

My Cobra
05-22-2004, 01:07 AM
Ha ha this thread went from cool to like dang i can not belive they said that. ha ha ha but it is all good.

cowboyharry
05-22-2004, 09:30 AM
Wasnt we talking about wax before everyone got neckeed? Well any way, I got me some of that Meguires nxt wax and it seems to be good stuf. :)

scocher
05-22-2004, 10:51 AM
I live where the skeeters live. And they bite. So thats why I realy aint neckeed.

Because you don't want to scare the skeeters??? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

scocher
05-22-2004, 02:07 PM
Wasnt we talking about wax before everyone got neckeed? Well any way, I got me some of that Meguires nxt wax and it seems to be good stuf. :)

:eek: I didn't know we all got naked! I've been sitting here in my skivvies the whole time! :D :rotf:

cowboyharry
05-23-2004, 01:06 AM
:eek: I didn't know we all got naked! I've been sitting here in my skivvies the whole time! :D :rotf:Probaly because youd get in trouble (ifn you was neckeed)at the mental institution that you are staying at. right? :D

scocher
05-23-2004, 02:45 PM
Probaly because youd get in trouble (ifn you was neckeed)at the mental institution that you are staying at. right? :D

:bugeyes: :edmond: Shame on you! :spanked: You weren't supposed to be telling that! :nope: :nono:

cobra330
05-26-2004, 03:49 PM
Meguiars all the way for me...and Clay Bar...if you never used one..you will simply be amazed at how they make car feel...and all that before you wax. Imagine what the wax will do after that!!!

scocher
05-26-2004, 04:00 PM
Meguiars all the way for me...and Clay Bar...if you never used one..you will simply be amazed at how they make car feel...and all that before you wax. Imagine what the wax will do after that!!!

That's what we need - somebody who can get us back on topic :thumbsup: ;) :D

cobra330
05-26-2004, 04:49 PM
To think...I did not read the whole thread. I jumped to the end and sent my message. I should have read the whole thing. Maybe I should have gotten neecked first then responded? :bounce: :bounce: :thumbsup:

scocher
05-26-2004, 05:49 PM
To think...I did not read the whole thread. I jumped to the end and sent my message. I should have read the whole thing. Maybe I should have gotten neecked first then responded? :bounce: :bounce: :thumbsup:

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Tony's gonna think we're a bunch of PERVERTS!! Wait! :eek: He already KNOWS that! :banana: :headbang:

If you do decide to get neecked, please watch out for skeeters ;)

cobra330
05-26-2004, 06:01 PM
Will do ma'am...an tank you kindly fer dem words wisdom. I'd hate for dem skeeters to get to bit'in in da wrong place..Woo wee that could make fer some real hurtin'! :eek: :eek:

Cobrizo
05-26-2004, 06:04 PM
Will do ma'am...an tank you kindly fer dem words wisdom. I'd hate for dem skeeters to get to bit'in in da wrong place..Woo wee that could make fer some real hurtin'! :eek: :eek:
Or for some fun scratchin' :eek: :bounce:

cobra330
05-26-2004, 06:09 PM
Well dat to! Yous up in Minnesota...always lookin' at da good side of things...Hey...look here's my good side... :moon: and then a little of :spank2:

Cobrizo
05-26-2004, 06:20 PM
Well dat to! Yous up in Minnesota...always lookin' at da good side of things...Hey...look here's my good side... :moon: and then a little of :spank2:
Pretty darn cute! :naughty: :woot: :woot:

cobra330
05-26-2004, 06:34 PM
Thank ya! My mom always side show'em your good side...sos I did fer ya!

scocher
05-26-2004, 11:20 PM
Will do ma'am...an tank you kindly fer dem words wisdom. I'd hate for dem skeeters to get to bit'in in da wrong place.. Woo wee that could make fer some real hurtin'! :eek: :eek:

'Nuf said :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

scocher
05-26-2004, 11:22 PM
Well dat to! Yous up in Minnesota...always lookin' at da good side of things...Hey...look here's my good side... :moon: and then a little of :spank2:

I think youins in Maryland are getting a little kinky with that spanking :eek:

cowboyharry
05-27-2004, 09:04 AM
To think...I did not read the whole thread. I jumped to the end and sent my message. I should have read the whole thing. Maybe I should have gotten neecked first then responded? :bounce: :bounce: :thumbsup:Yep, that's right. Just be carefull when waxing neckeed, don't get none on ya. You would have a shiny hiny. :rotf: