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So my Karma is getting its first bath. Any recommendations on products/techniques and perhaps more importantly, anything I should absolutely avoid?

BTW, I have a Silver Wind with Eco Chic interior.

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The guys at Autopia do a good job of testing detailing supplies and I have used their products for many years. The link below is for one of their step by step guides. I know that washing a car seems like a really simple job but they break it down and point out a few things you wouldn't normally consider.

http://www.autopia-carcare.com/how-to-wash-your-car-detailing-101.html

Griot's Garage (pronounced Gree-ohs) also has a lot of great detailing stuff.

www.griotsgarage.com/
 

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cbermudez8 said:
So my Karma is getting its first bath. Any recommendations on products/techniques and perhaps more importantly, anything I should absolutely avoid?

BTW, I have a Silver Wind with Eco Chic interior.

Thx.
There are several other "washing my Karma" threads you might want to search for. There are lots of techniques, product suggestions and opinions available.

Examples:
http://fiskerbuzz.com/forums/Thread-Washing-the-car
http://fiskerbuzz.com/forums/Thread-Washing-the-Karma
http://fiskerbuzz.com/forums/Thread-Two-questions-washing-the-suede-interior-and-iphone-bluetooth-phone-audio-quality
 

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cbermudez8 said:
So my Karma is getting its first bath. Any recommendations on products/techniques and perhaps more importantly, anything I should absolutely avoid?

BTW, I have a Silver Wind with Eco Chic interior.

Thx.
As was already mentioned, there is anoth good thread that reviews washing the car. I've been using products from Adams Polishes or Zaino Brothers and have been very happy with the products.

http://www.adamspolishes.com/
 
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