Still, it's hardly any more water than if you were steam cleaning it and he used a wet/dry vac to suck up the water later on.Well first he was going to clean the itnerior "later" after he says "lightly spray" but contineus to friggin soak the ****. SO who knows how much time has passed when the itnerior begins and what the hell hes getting water on inside+mold growth haha. Second what the hell is the deal with the "chemicals" Just grabs your wd4 and what ever the hell he said mix em up and spray em on??
Only watched the beginning of this one but he almost got me. He was actually using Meguiars leather cleaner but follows it up with "...you can use any major brand, they're all the same".
yes, but it's incorrect and may actually cause more harm than good. I can call myself a professional and put a youtube video out that says "How to detail your car and not spend a dime" and tell people to use dishwashing soap and an old T-shirt to clean their car then to rub a candle on their car for paint protection. Doesn't mean it's right... It's effective at being cheap and it will probably look OK (after the wash, not after the candle of course lol) but it's not good for the cars paint.Well, you also have to take into consideration that he's not catering to professional detailers, he's catering to the people that are completely new to the idea of detailing. His goal is to just teach people how to detail their cars without spending a grip, and I think that he succeeds at that.
Just my .02 of course