Redusernab Asks: How do you wash your single-stage paint?

My 1974 Mercedes-Benz 280 is painted in a gorgeous dark blue hue. Well, most of it is gorgeous. There’s two areas where it needs some love. The driver’s side doors, specifically the lower sections, appear faded compared to the rest of the car. Still, when given a proper wash and wax, the rest of the paint on the Benz shines like a mirror. But when waxed, the towels will start to wear some of the blue. That’s because my car was painted in a single stage. There’s no clear coat to protect it. And I’m tired of having a car with such a paint job.

Friend of Redusernab Matt Farah has a car with a similar paint job. His, however, is applied to his 1988 Lamborghini Countach. Ammo NYC’s Larry Kosilla was invited out to give that paint a cleaning, and he talks about what it takes to properly care for such paint work.

Do you have a vehicle with single-stage paint? If so, how do you wash it? What are your techniques for taking proper care of your vehicle’s exterior? Sound off below.

By |2019-05-16T07:48:15+00:00May 16th, 2019|Redusernab Asks|7 Comments

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Jeff Glucker is the co-founder and Executive Editor of Redusernab.com. He’s often seen getting passed as he hustles either a dark blue 1974 Mercedes-Benz 280 or 1991 Mitsubishi Montero up the 405 Freeway. IG: @RedusernabJeff
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