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    The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!



    I guess Mother Nature didn't get the memo that detailing season had started....I froze my *** off!

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    Re: The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!

    RE: Detailing in Canada

    Let’s see, since it’s already around the middle
    of May: I suppose it’d be best that we should
    talk about what are the best LSPs for the fast
    approaching Winter season...amiright?



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    Re: The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    RE: Detailing in Canada

    Letís see, since itís already around the middle
    of May: I suppose itíd be best that we should
    talk about what are the best LSPs for the fast
    approaching Winter season...amiright?



    Bob
    Woah, slow down there Bob....after the brutal winter we just escaped from here in Saskatchewan, I can't even think about the next one yet. I'm still looking forward to cruising around in my freshly detailed truck this summer watching heads turn and eyeballs burn from all the gloss

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    Re: The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!

    We have been about 10 degrees bellow seasonal averages for about 6 months now. Seems the Jet Stream just won't give us a break ;( For me, as long as temperatures are above 10 celcius, I am happy. Last summer, it was the opposite, we had temperatures about 10 degrees above average pretty much all summer. I suffered a lot doing details in 35+ Celcius day after day. I was very lucky not to have any heat stroke last summer.

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    Re: The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!

    Nice work in that cold environment! Man, I'd take a little bit of that cool air down here...
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    Re: The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Calendyr View Post
    We have been about 10 degrees bellow seasonal averages for about 6 months now. Seems the Jet Stream just won't give us a break ;( For me, as long as temperatures are above 10 celcius, I am happy. Last summer, it was the opposite, we had temperatures about 10 degrees above average pretty much all summer. I suffered a lot doing details in 35+ Celcius day after day. I was very lucky not to have any heat stroke last summer.
    I feel you man, there were many days last summer where I was dripping sweat working on a vehicle. So far so good this year...we have had great weather and it looks to continue. I just wish our summers lasted a bit longer

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    Re: The Start of Detailing Season (in Canada)!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDetailGeek View Post
    I feel you man, there were many days last summer where I was dripping sweat working on a vehicle. So far so good this year...we have had great weather and it looks to continue. I just wish our summers lasted a bit longer
    The weather channel here said that we will have a very weird summer. Basicaly one day will be good then the next one will be cold and wet. So far it's true. We are still having nights with lows of 12 C he in Montreal.

    So far I think we have had 3 or 4 days total over 20 C during the day. Very odd for this time of year... climate change is starting to really show it's ugly head every year now.

    As long as it doesn't rain too often I don't mind the temperature yo-yo so much.

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