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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Tue, Jun-03-2008, 10:04:15 PM   #1
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Good work brett

They do look better. Im sticking with my Zaino stuff for now.
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You're a DIY god Brett.

That's it...I was gonna pick these up to clean some other stuff. Grocery shopping is tonight. Seats and steering wheel, here I come.
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Here you go; if you were skeptical with the pictures before... here's some good stuff!















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Nice one Brett! I'm going to go out and try that...
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That's it, i'm going to the store. My Integra needs this worse than the M, but i've been looking for something that will take off dirt and crud like that without leaving behind a soapy residue that I have to rinse over and over.

Thanks Brett...very good thread.
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That's it, i'm going to the store. My Integra needs this worse than the M, but i've been looking for something that will take off dirt and crud like that without leaving behind a soapy residue that I have to rinse over and over.

Thanks Brett...very good thread.
Anytime! I'm seriously cleaning everything I can I love these things. Make sure to get a few boxes!
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Anytime! I'm seriously cleaning everything I can I love these things. Make sure to get a few boxes!
The second set of pix has me sold mizzle. Im gonna pic some up next time im out. The 323 needs it!
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Yes! This does work extremely well. This is exactly how I used to maintain the Dove on my old '98. Made the car look new again.

However, the cleaners in the pad did tend to dry out the leather. So you really need to be ready to condition right after you scrub. I would also suggest not scrubbing too hard...
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