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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

    Looks good. I'll bet bug cleaning will be much easier. What year and model is the plane?

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    Thanks again Mike for your awesome information!
    Ill be using this on Barbra Mandrell's (or one of her sisters) 1958 MG in a couple of weeks.
    I can't wait to see the results!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuff View Post
    Looks good. I'll bet bug cleaning will be much easier. What year and model is the plane?
    1965 Cherokee 140. Lots of fun and cheap (relatively) to maintain!

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    Work is slow going, but I think I have my process down and am getting pretty good results. Have only gotten the wings and elevator done so far. Fuselage will be this coming week. Clay pad followed by #7 rubdown with a coating of collinite seems to get me the results I am looking for! Thanks again for your help!

    As I said, the main point was to rejuvenate the paint and get some UV protection. Polish and shine were secondary, but were much better than my expectations! Will post once everything is done. It's amazing how much surface area there is!

    Looking great!


    I took the liberty to download your picturs and then upload them into your free gallery here on AGO to insert them for posterity...


    Before





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    I can't tell you enough how much I appreciate the follow-up and sharing both your experience and the pictures. It helps to inspire others into the future!


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    Thanks again Mike for your awesome information!
    Hi Mario,

    Long time no see since the day of when I was at Meguiar's and you use to come to many of the TNOGS.



    Quote Originally Posted by Detailing by M View Post

    Ill be using this on Barbra Mandrell's (or one of her sisters) 1958 MG in a couple of weeks.

    I can't wait to see the results!
    Please take and share before and after pictures.


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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

    Can #7 be applied in direct sunlight?

    If so, how long can I have it on for before wiped off?

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    I have a 1976 impala in for a #7 rub down!

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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Tran View Post

    Can #7 be applied in direct sunlight?

    If so, how long can I have it on for before wiped off?


    There's a difference between direct sunlight and hot temperatures.

    Early in the morning when the sun comes up you're in direct sunlight but the temps are still cool.

    Make sense?


    Here's the deal. ALL paint care products work better on a cool surface in the shade. If you have to work on HOT body panels in direct sunlight then you need to reduce both the area you work and the time the product is on the surface.

    What are you working on?


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    #7 is amazing when it comes to old paint, I wish it was available in a gallon😊
    The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips-imageuploadedbyagonline1469798142-558603-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dereksdtail View Post

    #7 is amazing when it comes to old paint, I wish it was available in a gallon

    Here's the full size of your picture.





    Can't wait to see your before and after pictures for the 1976 Chevy Impala.


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