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Well, time to get at it...boxful of Kamikaze`s best for the new-to-us 2016 Porsche Cayman S.

Did a lot of the prep last weekend with Gtechniq Citrus Foam, Polish Angel Ultrared, Gyeon Iron & Nanoskin mitt. Took out some deeper stuff w BOSS Correcting Cream, B & S Urofiber pad on Flex 3401 last weekend as well.

Most of the taping done tonite w Kami Yellow Tape, tomorrow polish w Rupes 15 Mk2 & new Kami Banzai Dynamics backing plate. Sonax Perfect Finish w yellow Rupes foam appears to work nicely based on a few test spots. Such a wonderfully tiny car, curvaceous enough that Rupes Mini will see a lot of use methinks. Plans are to coat Sunday with Zipang-Miyabi-Zipang.

Won`t get to wheels until next week, Kamikaze Stance + Polish Angel Supersport for those. Probably drop a coat of Kamikaze Infinity Wax on next weekend `cuz it`s just so fun to use and adds a nice touch of `relaxed high gloss` to the surface and then wrap it all up with some Overcoat.

That`s the plan anyway...should be a fun weekend. Bonus points for heading on over to local shop Rehab Detailing for their VIP Lifestyle Night Saturday night to see some pretty cool cars and more.
 

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Folks who can do this kind of stuff in the driveway don’t know how lucky they have it. In the city where I live it’s illegal to wash your car in the driveway (or in the garage) with anything but water. Any cleaning agents or detergents that run into the storm sewers leave the user open to $500 fine for first offence, escalating into the thousands for repeat offenders. Only option is to use a commercial car wash or the “dry” products.

https://www.calgary.ca/CSPS/ABS/Pages/Frequently-asked-questions/Sewers-drainage.aspx
 

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Folks who can do this kind of stuff in the driveway don’t know how lucky they have it. In the city where I live it’s illegal to wash your car in the driveway (or in the garage) with anything but water. Any cleaning agents or detergents that run into the storm sewers leave the user open to $500 fine for first offence, escalating into the thousands for repeat offenders. Only option is to use a commercial car wash or the “dry” products.

https://www.calgary.ca/CSPS/ABS/Pages/Frequently-asked-questions/Sewers-drainage.aspx
Boy, that'd be tough for sure. Not even sure you could get away w/ a Rinseless product. Down here in California, many are under water restrictions so no water usage at all in the driveway. Not sure how I'd deal with that...
 
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