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    I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls




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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    huh?

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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    Quote Originally Posted by ronkh57 View Post
    huh?
    The tornado is a tool used with air compressor, a pressure-cleaning liquid is applied along with the spin effect, clean and dry, finishing with microfiber.


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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    I think his question was- Recover what door panels? Recover them from what damage? It would’ve helped if you would’ve provided some kind of information in your post...

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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    He's shown a before and after photograph above of how he used the Tornado to clean-up a door panel. There's a bit of "lost in translation" as he's using the word "recover" to mean "clean".

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    I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    Quote Originally Posted by Deviant Detail View Post
    He's shown a before and after photograph above of how he used the Tornado to clean-up a door panel. There's a bit of "lost in translation" as he's using the word "recover" to mean "clean".
    He hadn’t shown a before/after photo before ronkh57’s comment...

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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    I think his question was- Recover what door panels? Recover them from what damage? It would’ve helped if you would’ve provided some kind of information in your post...
    Sorry for the bad translation, in the photos you see the before and after.
    The use of the tornado allows a very good cleaning of the interior of the door in its plastics


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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    Quote Originally Posted by Deviant Detail View Post
    He's shown a before and after photograph above of how he used the Tornado to clean-up a door panel. There's a bit of "lost in translation" as he's using the word "recover" to mean "clean".
    Thank you for your clarification of my comment


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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    Gustavo, you are absolutely correct. The Tornador (with the right APC or solution) is an amazing invaluable tool. If you haven't already, look at their shop-vac attachment kit. It's great if you don't have a carpet extractor.

    Paul_G www.lsnautodetail.com IDA CD-SV

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    Re: I use the tornado and I recover door vinyls

    Thanks for the translations...….

    Looks like it did great

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