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OrangeVee
08-20-2017, 02:42 PM
Hi guys!


After the success of my video on how tu apply a ceramic coat to a car, I present you a video on how to do a proper maintenance wash of ceramic coated cars.


Enjoy the video!


In English:
https://youtu.be/yLiePQRMFc8


In French:
https://youtu.be/mo_uYsqQ4JY

Rsurfer
08-20-2017, 04:39 PM
Nice vid OrangeVee and nice ride.

OrangeVee
08-24-2017, 04:18 AM
Nice vid OrangeVee and nice ride.

Thanks!! :)

Eldorado2k
08-24-2017, 05:18 AM
Excellent demonstration. I like how you've stepped up to the proper dedicated products and brushes as far as the wheels & tires. You used an ideal soap... I even squeegee the windows immediately after a wash the same way. Dry the same, blow dry the same way too and use a water based tire dressing. Spot on. :)

MattPersman
08-24-2017, 05:33 AM
Great stuff Pan ! Nice that you used multiple brands and obviously are not getting paid off by certain companies to put their products in a favorable light

I can tell you do this with passion and pride

Keep them coming I know a lot goes in to them cheers buddy


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evo77
08-24-2017, 08:33 AM
You should use the "Insert Video" option and instead imbed your videos into your posts for easy viewing. Just be sure to remove the "s" from https.:xyxthumbs: Because links to videos can be blocked by employer computers, including mine.:p



http://youtu.be/yLiePQRMFc8

BadgerRivFan
08-24-2017, 11:40 AM
Pan - this is your best video to date. I especially liked you showing the whole process via time lapse. Well done sir!

GSKR
08-24-2017, 04:57 PM
Drying from bottom to top would scratch the finish.Way to many chemicals on the brake components and I see no lather in the video.I personally would do at least the bottoms.Nice video and thanks for the time and effort.

Eldorado2k
08-24-2017, 10:47 PM
Drying from bottom to top would scratch the finish.Way to many chemicals on the brake components and I see no lather in the video.I personally would do at least the bottoms.Nice video and thanks for the time and effort.

As far as the drying: There would have to be dirt/grit on the paint in order to cause any scratches.. But that's not the case since he just finished washing and rinsing the car with a power washer.

Which 1 of those chemicals harmed the brakes? I didn't see any risks.

There's alot of people who are of the belief that suds aren't so important, and it's what's in the wash solution that matters.. Just take every rinseless wash for example, no suds/lather, and works fine.

...If anything, he missed doing anything to the wheel wells.. I would've at least sprayed them real quik with some APC and gave them a rinse with the power washer and then sprayed some water based dressing on them after the wash.

OrangeVee
08-25-2017, 03:22 AM
Excellent demonstration. I like how you've stepped up to the proper dedicated products and brushes as far as the wheels & tires. You used an ideal soap... I even squeegee the windows immediately after a wash the same way. Dry the same, blow dry the same way too and use a water based tire dressing. Spot on. :)

Thanks I appreciate it!

OrangeVee
08-25-2017, 03:23 AM
You should use the "Insert Video" option and instead imbed your videos into your posts for easy viewing. Just be sure to remove the "s" from https.:xyxthumbs: Because links to videos can be blocked by employer computers, including mine.:p



http://youtu.be/yLiePQRMFc8


Oh thanks for the tip! I didn't know that!! I'll be able to do this for all my videos posted on AutoGeek! :)

OrangeVee
08-25-2017, 03:24 AM
Pan - this is your best video to date. I especially liked you showing the whole process via time lapse. Well done sir!


Thank you! I appreciate it when people take time to give me feedback (or constructive criticism) as I put lots of efforts and time into producing these videos in English and French. Detailing alone is hard work, so filming on top of this is lots of work. ;)

OrangeVee
08-25-2017, 03:26 AM
You should use the "Insert Video" option and instead imbed your videos into your posts for easy viewing. Just be sure to remove the "s" from https.:xyxthumbs: Because links to videos can be blocked by employer computers, including mine.:p



http://youtu.be/yLiePQRMFc8

Is there a way to edit posts on this forum, so I can modify the video links to do as you just suggested? I don't see a way to edit my posts...