Story about waxing
I gotta story about waxing trucks........
Ok I have always been "the best" (as my parents say) at washing and waxing cars. One day at my cottage my uncle had asked my to wax his exploder for him for a few bucks. So i first washed it waited for it to dry and then started waxing it. My uncle is not what we call a handy man and doesnt read before he does things (bad combination). So i start waxing and decide i will just wax the whole truck then take it all off at once. BAD IDEA. When i stated to take the wax off it didnt seem to be so easy. My first idea was because i let the wax sit on the truck for a 1/2 hour before i took it off. But that wasnt why it was so difficult. So finally i look at the bottle of wax to see none other but FURNITURE WAX. I spent the next 3 hours trying to buff furniture wax off my uncles truck. That was the last time i ever waxed his truck and i always read every little detail on the bottle.
BTW that was the best looking truck i have ever waxed.......
SAS'd 2001 4x4 4.0L
3 in body lift.
SFA from 79 bronco d44 with 4in lift coils, l/s and 4.56
79 bronco 9in rear with 4:56 and detroit locker
35x12.5 G/Y wrangler mt/r, 15x8 M/T classic lock wheels
10k t-max winch with syth line, 150w k/c, waag bar
x2 programer, double/single rollbar, manual 1354