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November 23, 2006

Honda City

by Kenneth Tang

 

When our family decided to purchase this Honda City, I insisted on getting it in black. Because of my detailing bug, I wanted a colour which would show me all the defects easily and let me learn how to maintain and correct it. You will learn so much more from a black car compared to doing a silver car.

In this post, it is given a Meguiar’s ColorX rub down (yes, I was really hooked on ColorX). This was before I had the Makita 9227C rotary or even a Bosch 270AE random orbital. It was all done by hand, you can compare my progress by looking at the photos below and this post, which is of the same car:

https://wetshine.net/2009/11/20/honda-swirlcity-in-nighthawk-black/

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