I think some of you were aware of the foam gun that I had, I did a writeup on it before. I have a new project, and I'm moving my way up to a foam cannon. It's essentially the same thing, but it's attached to a power washer. I'm importing the stuff from Italy. It covers the car in a shaving cream thick layer of soap and it sticks there until you want it off. I'll keep you posted.
... Were you the one that just had the one step polish done? I'm dying to see some pictures.
Quick tip. Most spider scratches occur during drying. I used a california water blade EXCLUSIVELY for drying and go horozintally on the hood, roof, and trunk. Verticalls on doors, fenders, quarter panels. it's whatever for the bumper covers. For any nooks I've missed? I use the Absorber. This prevents me from getting 95% of scratches/spiderwebs, etc..in the first place.
well, it was obvious that the owner before me was a woman because the interior is spotless... you could eat off the floors if i'd let you eat in it.
However... the clear coat was beat to :q:q:q:q it looked like someone washed my car with a S.O.S, pad luckily it was all Clear coat damage and EASILY fixed. Deep Gloss really did a great job. The guy that did my car recommended a "Waffle Weave" pattern towel to dry the car because its clear coat safe and if there are ANY particles left they get trapped in the waffles preventing them from rubbing the clear coat.