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Hi All,

Here are some pics of the BBB (Black on Black Blazer).

My apologies for the Blazer being dirty. I just got off work and it is a mess here in New England. Salty sanded grounds with dirty snow will do the trick :sad.
 

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Thats for sharing these, your new car looks great. I did not know about the bowtie puddle light on the rear bumper. Best of luck keeping it clean. Considering any paint protection like Ceramic Pro?
 

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Thats for sharing these, your new car looks great. I did not know about the bowtie puddle light on the rear bumper. Best of luck keeping it clean. Considering any paint protection like Ceramic Pro?
I've haven't heard of Ceramic Pro? I'm really not sure what to use. Right now I'm trying Chemical Guys products. Jet Seal I think is comparable.
 

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If you're not sure what to use then don't rush the process.
Do your research to find out what's ideal because it is a long-term investment that can be expensive initially. Instead just get a basic wax job done while you wait.
 

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Silver on black is a nice look. Through experimentation you'll come to find the best products for your car. Ceramic Pro is an actual coating that's done on the vehicle that better protects the factory finish with an extra layer of protection.
 

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Silver on black is a nice look. Through experimentation you'll come to find the best products for your car. Ceramic Pro is an actual coating that's done on the vehicle that better protects the factory finish with an extra layer of protection.
Had a chance to see one in person and I have to say the contrast between the body colored and lower black plastic parts really thrown me off.
it might be why Chevrolet shown them off in darker colors from the very start because that's what it look better in.
 

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If you're not sure what to use then don't rush the process.
Do your research to find out what's ideal because it is a long-term investment that can be expensive initially. Instead just get a basic wax job done while you wait.
Yeah, I'll start with Chemical Guys Waterless Wash, Blazin Banana Wax and course, a straight basic car wash. I'll load some more pics after the wash and wax. It's suppose to snow again either tonight or tomorrow, so perhaps this weekend, I can clean it again.
 
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