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Stauffer Garage
10-13-2019, 07:04 AM

10-13-2019, 10:49 PM
Love that little red Lilly Tool
Agree too on mouth and nose protection. Chemicals and atomized gunk and dust is never good to breath in.

10-15-2019, 06:01 AM
Hey how’s it going.[emoji1366]
I’ve watched a couple of your vids including this 1 just yesterday..
My favorite tip on that list was the almighty little boars hair detailing brushes. IMO a true detail cannot be accomplished without those little yet priceless brushes.

It’s a smart idea to just go ahead and pick up several at a time because like foam applicators, you’ll eventually need a fresh 1.

My advice is have 2 in your pocket or on your cart at all times. 1 normL size, and another cut short for spots that require stiffer agitation i.e. key holes, seat belt buttons, caked on cupholders, caked up exterior emblems, etc.



Those little brushes are a detailers best friend.[emoji4]

10-15-2019, 05:53 PM
Watched this video the other night, some great tips! One thing I noticed was that the dog hair removal tip can just be completed with the rubber gloves if your in a pinch. The static from gloves to the carpet in a rubbing motion really helps to pick up certain dog hair (e.g. lab hair) no need for any fancy tools.

10-15-2019, 09:05 PM
Clickbait the video is not about “The 12 days of Kwanzaa” that’s what coating =crack, told me to watch for. I’ve Seen most of your videos you take on some real messes and turn them around.you work hard

10-22-2019, 11:56 AM
I like your video! One tool that we use in our shop that we didn't use till year 5 of being in business was a Tornador (compressed air/solution detail tool). This tool speed up our overall production times on detail packages and also made the overall clean much better! One area to avoid with the tool is in and around any screens (e.g. radio, navigation). The compressed air can cause the solution in the Tornador to displace into the screen causing an out-of-pocket expense to fix.