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    Some Oldz Blue Coral

    My Dad used this stuff on his 56 Chevy. It’s still good but a bear to remove..... Just like dad remembered!






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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Now that is cool.
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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Very cool.

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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    64 years old and still good.... damn


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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Very cool. That was "the brand" back in the day
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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Yep, the kind of wax where you apply with a dampened applicator, apply to a 12"x12" or 18"x18" area as thin as possible, and pick up the "Baby Diaper" to wipe off immediately. That was commonly the routine on my white '67 Vette. LOL

    But boy oh boy when I got done! It was worth the work!

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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkD51 View Post
    Yep, the kind of wax where you apply with a dampened applicator, apply to a 12"x12" or 18"x18" area as thin as possible, and pick up the "Baby Diaper" to wipe off immediately. That was commonly the routine on my white '67 Vette. LOL

    But boy oh boy when I got done! It was worth the work!

    haha! That's exactly right my friend. My how nostalgic I feel now. baby diapers......LOL! I still can't believe our parents laundered them and that for years after we used them to polish cars. I too had my fair share of time with Blue Coral Products. I remember both the glass tins as shown here and the liquid versions. I a started officially detailing cars at my parents dealerships at age 13 and can still remember that smell.

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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Does anybody remember Porcenlinize, a 3 steep process. How about J-Wax, Dupont New Car wax, Carnu, Body Guard ,and Car Plate.

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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    The diapers. Hahaha.

    I’m guilty. I actually still use them to wipe excess dressing off knobby tires.
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    Re: Some Oldz Blue Coral

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry A View Post
    Does anybody remember Porcenlinize, a 3 steep process. How about J-Wax, Dupont New Car wax, Carnu, Body Guard ,and Car Plate.
    I add the original Simoniz wax in the yellow can to that list.

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