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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    As always Mike, excellent work, thanks for sharing

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips





    What's Nick doing with the dryer?

    Blowing the wet tire coating into all the nooks?

    Or drying the tire so the next coat can be applied sooner?



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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Quote Originally Posted by Angus View Post

    What's Nick doing with the dryer?

    Blowing the wet tire coating into all the nooks?

    Or drying the tire so the next coat can be applied sooner?
    Pretty sure it's both.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aaryn NZ View Post
    WOW!

    Awesome work team. Thats one heck of a turn around & one of the reasons I love doing this type of detail. Sure, I love doing the SIVs but its only really a small minority that "really" see the differences. These turn arounds like this - with the reactions associated with them are pure gold. Love it!

    Very impressed with how well Solution Finish worked out. Have to get me some of that for sure. Chris explained it perfectly too, very interesting information there. Thanks for including that Mike.

    Outstanding!

    Aaryn NZ.
    Pretty much covered everything I wanted to say. Great detail, excellent remark Aaryn. Thanks.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Quote Originally Posted by haris300 View Post

    Looks brand new. It's amazing how much value you can add to a vehicle with just a little detailer's TLC.
    That's the whole idea.

    If you look carefully at the paint in the before pictures and then look at the GLOSS, SHINE and WET LOOK the paint has after using just one product, a one-step cleaner/wax, that plus all the prep work steps created a dramatic before and after difference that simply makes this Chevy Avalanche come back to life.

    There are times when the right thing to do for a car is a multiple step process to really take the paint finish over the top. But a lot of the time, and especially if you're a detailer doing customer work, the right thing to do and the profitable thing to do is simply use a one-step cleaner/wax and reduce the time you invest into the paint polishing step of a detail job.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    The pics after the first post don't work for me. I just get a bunch of boxes with ?'s in them. After reading all that, I can't see the process or finished pics...haha
    I'm viewing from an IPad if that makes any difference.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Me too. I'm reading from Germany with Firefox Browser and no pics after the first post.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    No pics here either...IE11 if that helps.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Quote Originally Posted by Busy mind View Post
    The pics after the first post don't work for me. I just get a bunch of boxes with ?'s in them. After reading all that, I can't see the process or finished pics...haha
    I'm viewing from an IPad if that makes any difference.
    Quote Originally Posted by Malborex View Post
    Me too. I'm reading from Germany with Firefox Browser and no pics after the first post.
    Quote Originally Posted by BillE View Post
    No pics here either...IE11 if that helps.

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    Re: How to do high quality production detailing - Your largest market!

    Great work, Mike and students! Bookmarking this for sure.

    I've had to refresh this thread several times but eventually all of the pictures showed up. Try that, guys.
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