Good for y- *vomits*
I already bought it. 2017 Toyota Sienna.
I’d say I’m in the same boat, but I can’t afford one of those either.
Agree with what the other are saying, I wouldn’t necessarily spend the time on detailing a lease turn in unless you just want practice or the satisfaction from it. The leasing company isn’t looking for crazy cleanliness, just whether the vehicle has damage or not.
I use both depending on the paint. If it just feels mucked up, like it’s not smooth, more like very high grit sandpaper, the mitt. If you can actually feel grain and grittiness to the paint, like very low grit sand paper, then the mitt won’t remove the contaminants, and might actually cause more hard than good. a…
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As a fell minivanner, I just use the claybar, but flatten it as much as possible for max coverage (folding/flipping/kneading regularly)
What are we playing with?
If it’s just for a lease return I’d personally use the cheapest products from Walmart to get it done, howeover it’s your choice. I stopped using clay bars long time back. Mitts are faster and cover more area and can be cleaned and reused even if you drop them. Here’s a cheap one from Amazon
That power train just oozes with old school British refinement. Except for that part where it starts when you turn the key.
Only in ‘Murica would something like this be a random upgrade for a rental car for one person.
The new nose on the yellow Daytona looks like Toothless from “how to train your dragon”.
It’s a 6.0 LQ4 with 4.10 gears. It won’t win any races, but it gets the job done. I’m hoping to get it tuned in the next month to help wake it up a bit, since GM really went conservative on the tune with these trucks.