Detailer's nightmare!

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  1. Steve

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    I know this is M/A and it's not a MINI, but this time that's a VERY good thing...

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  2. Metalman

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    Looks like those worms have a thing going on with that Honda. Personally I never thought Honda's were that sexy.
     
  3. Gil-galad

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    The secret is out now on Lyle's new exterior silk wrap...

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  4. lotsie

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    Yuck.

    Mark
     
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    Maybe they somebody should try the Armor All Wheel Protectant on the Honda, nothing seems to stick to it
     
  6. Jason Montague

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    :eek6::shocked: Are those Pecan tree web worms? Anyone know?
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  7. SNEEEZY - Erika

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    O.M.G...that truly gave me the heebie-jeebies!!!
     
  8. lotsie

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    I'm thinking there are 2 ways to deal with this. High pressure washer, or a hand grenade lobed from 40 paces.

    Mark
     
  9. RonsMinnie

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    Definitely -- Hand grenade :D
     
  10. Metalman

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    I'll bet it was fun cleaning them all out of the air intake vents. Imagine the smell when you turn on the air or heating system, after they had a chance to decompose.:yikes:
     
  11. ScottinBend

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    So who wants to go fishing.....I got the bait.


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  12. versus

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    Break out the flamethrower.
     
  13. Octaneguy

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    Is that some sort of silk that the worms spun on the car? It's kinda cool. But yeah, I'd skip ONR and go straight to the pressure washer at the local car wash so I don't have worms all over my driveway, lol. :D




     
  14. galoki

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    imagine the scene after a flock of birds sees that and goes to town on those worms...
     
  15. Sideways

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    So can you claim this as a total loss to your insurance???
    Could submergence in Silk/Worms even qualify???
    Cuz I would not want to drive that even after it was cleaned...
     

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