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Thread: New Users & PC 7424 Users Must Read!

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    very thoughtful and well laid out ... my student, you deserve an A !!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ltoman
    Thank you, Nick!
    You did a great write - up, and I know I appreciate it!
    I am going to print it and share it as well. :-)
    Until now, I did not realize just how much extra product I was using. I am so afraid of dry polishing - but then that is me. I always go to an extreme.
    You rock!!
    Lauren
    Tell me about it, AG must really love us!!!
    Frank
    Thanks to AG I only wipe my butt with MF's now

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    very good............

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    Nice write up Nick...very well thought out and written...I am sure alot of the new people coming here will get lots of good info from that..

    one of the best write up I have seen in awhile

    Al

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    Nice review. I have been researching everything i can fine on the pc-7424. I have a 2005 nissan frontier black 4x4. What is the best wax for black trucks

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    now THAT is a write-up. it snice to have an updated one of these every so often with the new products that have come out. nice job man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bambo2888
    now THAT is a write-up. it snice to have an updated one of these every so often with the new products that have come out. nice job man.
    Is that something everyone would like to see? Of course not when every new product comes out, but a few times a year.
    20 year olds rule!


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    Quote Originally Posted by nick19
    Is that something everyone would like to see? Of course not when every new product comes out, but a few times a year.
    well, i think it would be more of a benefit to the rookies, to keep them up to date on the steps with using the newest and most effective products out at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bambo2888
    well, i think it would be more of a benefit to the rookies, to keep them up to date on the steps with using the newest and most effective products out at the time.
    Cool. Good thinking. I've been up since 5am writing this and editing this. Of course didn't take me all day, but I still have a headache.
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    Nick thanks for taking the time to do this write-up. It is very informative, and I am sure it wil help alot of people to take the guess work out of using the pc. Good job man
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