Minivan Detailing Mini-Series: Exterior – Chemical Guys

Minivan Detailing Mini-Series: Exterior – Chemical Guys


Whether its a minivan, SUV or station wagon, mom-mobiles get dirty…very dirty. Commuting to school, work, grocery store, sporting events and road trips really take a toll on the appearance of these vehicles. In today’s video, we go over the proper washing and drying techniques to prevent paint damage, save time and achieve the best results.

What better way to cut through daily grime, prevent swirls and have fun while you’re detailing? Using a foam cannon of course, the TORQ Big Mouth produces a TON of suds the reduce the chances of harming the paint with abrasive particles of dirt. Mr. Pink creates a thick volume of suds that enhance shine and smells great.

After working in linear motions and gently wiping away the dirt that was clinging to the surface, we finish with the drying process. Many choose the Woolly Mammoth to trap water droplets and wick them off of the paint to prevent water spots. Its large design means it can pick up more water than other towels which saves time and the need for multiple towels or passes.

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➜ TORQ Big Mouth Foam Cannon

➜ Mr. Pink Shampoo

➜ Dirt Trap Bucket Insert

➜ Chenille Microfiber Wash Mitt

➜ Diablo Wheel Gel

➜ Woolly Mammoth Drying Towel

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23 Comments on "Minivan Detailing Mini-Series: Exterior – Chemical Guys"


  1. Thumbs up for Mr Pink great product …….would like to see a video with instawax and sealant.

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  2. Hey Guys! I'm going to USA in December and I wanted to know, where should I look for items to buy? I'll be staying in Vermont!

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  3. I’m a little disappointed in the Maxi Suds II. It seems to suds better than Meguiar’s Gold Class (and grape smells amazing), but I think I like the premium look of my paint when I use the GC, better. Used it two times so far, and will use the gallon I bought. Then I might look at a different type of soap that you sell 🤷🏼‍♂️

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  4. Why is this video different from the other tutorials?
    Not using a wheelcleaner spray. Just a rinse and Wash with the first foam layer.
    Usualy the foam is first rinsed of so the dirt has left the paint before scrubbing it.

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  5. Amazing!!!!. Looks like it's had some protection by the way the water is running off the windscreen and the body work

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  6. If I am doing a basic exterior detailing would it be okay to use glossworkz then butter wet wax right after, or should I save up some more for a clay set and do that before using butter wet wax?

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  7. So any kind of soap or shampoo that foams really good works for a foam gun? Or is there designated soaps four shampoos that you must use in these foam guns for it to work properly? Thanks as always for your time

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  8. There’s a difference between electric and gas powered pressure washers. I noticed the gas powered ones are stronger and produce more foam like Nick uses.

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  9. Quick question for you guys, you always suggest washing and detailing when the exterior surface is cool, I live in southern Louisiana and don’t have off street parking so the surface of my car is always hot unless it’s night time which isn’t the best time for detailing. Any suggestions?

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  10. Hey, This there any way I can build my own kit on your website? The ones I'm finding usually have one or two items I do not need for my car

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  11. oh yes, Mr Pink is great as a snow foam, probably my favorite soap from you. Very versatile and smooth.

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  12. This is awesome. I just bought a Minivan and was looking for the best way to clean my car. I came across your video and had no idea about chemical guys brand; I only knew the big box store brands. Now I am a huge fan of your products!

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