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2009-08-06
Name: Editor Do you take good care of your car? When was the last time you had it serviced and washed? Do you know a lot about your car's insides?
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2009-08-07
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Name: Neato
Subject:  rustproofing
i actually wat to know more about rustproofing... what exactly is this, is it the same as teflon coating... becoz i have done teflon coating and its not too effective at protecting the car...and i have noticed that dust sticks to the car more after such treatments... so is this really reccommended...??????????
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2009-08-07
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Name: suri
Subject:  boss
if dust is sticking its bcoz that you did not dry car proprly... coating ke baad dry hone do... tell the service pppl to dry it prprly
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2009-08-07
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Name: Carzilla
Subject:  Good Car Care Tips
Actually , you learn about car care over time. The way people treat their cars sometimes disgusts me. Just keeping the outside of the car shiny is absolutely useless, yaar, you MUST love the car completely!! I have 4 cars and I love driving, but car care is no joke... i personally polish, service, and maintain my cars and I do this because it helps you understand the car better.
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2009-08-07
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Name: Rajan
Subject:  oh yeah
Good! I' d been looking for some basics on car care, but most car sites use such complicated terms and advice and car part names that I never get it. This works for me, thanks a lot!
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