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secondly if you care about your cars paint tell the dealer not to "prep it" unless you like swirl marks or worse in your clearcoat
(check out the link below to see the damage a dealer can do to a nice new BMW)
next go buy a micro fiber wash mitt and some micro fiber towels and some Klasse All In One and Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze. Then spend a weekend Detailing your car. Post you pics on autopia.ws and let them oohhh and ahhh at your car
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i think it should be a prerequisite for furture BMW owners to view this link before they have their dealer prep their shiny new BMW.
http://bimmer.roadfly.org/bmw/forums/detailing/forum.php?postid=863752&page=1because a dealer porter boy WILL swirl you car to hell(not maybe he will), what they do is put a glaze on when they prep it so you cant see it until you wash the car, so owners beware!!!
Passive means just that.
I once had quite a debate with a kid who was using one in his Integra. He said that he'd had it for a month and hadn't gotten a speeding ticket once, so it was working.
I tried to explain to him that not having gotten a ticket might be totally unconnected to having his passive jammer. When I explained that I hadn't gotten a ticket in the last month -without a jammer- he said that I was just lucky.
So, if you decide to buy one, I hope you're one of the lucky ones.
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