When my world and Svend’s world collide
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Nice. While it looks bad initially, they are very satisfying cleans because the layman with a bit of knowledge, time, effort some tools (you don't need expensive top of the range tools, but a good pressure washer, wet'dry vacuum, several brushes, loads of microfibres, DA polisher (but you can do it by hand if you don't have a polisher or access to borrowing one) and some chemicals) can get it to 95% of what Larry got it to.
Top tip though, if you don't have access to compressed air. After the initial pressure rinse and after you've snow foamed the vehicle, go around the nooks, crannies, panel gaps, etc... with a detailing brush and an all purpose cleaner. Simply spray some cleaner onto the brush and work the brush into and along all the gaps, etc... and then pressure rinse the whole vehicle.