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Old 02-23-2010, 09:55 PM   #1
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Best way to detail a Taco...

I should be getting my Tacoma within a month, after college application letters come in the mail. I'm looking at getting a used 05-07 Prerunner, maybe TRD OR. After purchasing it, I'm hoping to spend a good few days cleaning it up completely, getting rid of any marks, scratches, stuff like that, to make it look as new as possible.

What should I do? Mainly for the exterior paint. I'll wash it and hose it down. Then should I wax it, or do I go over the entire body with some scratch remover, then wax and polish?

Can it end up looking close to new after waxing, if there are no dings or major scratches?

Sorry for the noob question. Thanks
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