D. Taylor, ''The Detailer'' I was known as back in '58, when I introduced my
skills to the trade.
To the inexperienced detailer, a simple hand waxing job can be a monumental task,
but if you desire the privilege of the keys to Dad's Olds, you had better earn it.
Fully remove all the wax residue (even the low spots) with a soft cloth. Use
a smooth circular motion. Turn your towel frequently to avoid wax build-up. A little
corn starch sprinkled on your cloth will help prevent it from ''gumming up''. Use
a ladder for those hard to reach areas.
Extra large shoes add stability.