2004 Jeep Wrangler - Quick Wash & Seal

Discussion in 'Show and Shine' started by ehuth1, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. ehuth1

    ehuth1 Birth of a Detailer

    This rigs for sale, so the owner wanted it presentable. Not a work of art, but it was a cool enough rig to show to you guys. Oh yea hard to work on too, being it is lifted about 10" !!


    Dressed Wells, Bumpers, Tires with Megs HD 4:1 via Optimum Spray Gun
    Polished with PC using PB Polish with Sealant (PWS) via 4" green pad on speed 3.5
    Wiped Down with Souveran Spray Wax
    Glass Cleaned with ZEP Streak Free Glass Cleaner WWMF

    Interior got a vac and wipe down. Mats cleaned and extracted.







  2. porta

    porta Jedi Nuba

    Awsome car, my friend have a "standard" Wrangler sahara edition. Must show him your car :)
  3. shiny

    shiny Jedi Nuba

    Nice job. How complicated is lifting it 10"? Cool truck!
  4. ehuth1

    ehuth1 Birth of a Detailer

    I dunno, but it was complicated to vacuum and polish :)

    He is a steel fabricator and basically made the lift from scratch!
  5. detaildoc

    detaildoc Guest

    Looks great!:thumb:
  6. P1et

    P1et Official DB Moderator

    Take off the silly bodylift and you've had yourself a class Wrangler! Nonetheless, very nice detailing a thing like this. They're not easy!
  7. Buddy

    Buddy Getting to know Detailing

    Hello enuth1, I think you did a pissa job on this wrangler,It looks great!!! I also have a black wrangler.I was curious on what you used on the fender flares to make them look so good???:worship2:
  8. Nica

    Nica Banned

    Looking good, love the after pictures...boy that must have been an difficult vehicle to detail..just because of the lift that is.

    Thank you for sharing :peace:
  9. Grey Ghost

    Grey Ghost Jedi Nuba

    i always wanted to have a Jeep... especially in TX, lots of places to go muddin!!!

    a 10" lift is not uncommon for a jeep but not rare either.... the normal lift is 4", 6" and 8".... the hardcore off-roaders like to go over 12"
  10. ehuth1

    ehuth1 Birth of a Detailer

    The flares believe it or not are sprayed with KRYLON fusion spray paint for plastic. They looked actually pretty close to stock painted flares with a little texture. Great idea for anyone that hates dressing their flares!!

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