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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

    Quote Originally Posted by Knozzmoeking View Post
    I'm not Mike but from personal experience the #7 should be removed with clean terry cloth towels before you do anything else. When I've run across areas that were hard to remove either due to sun or wind, I've simply rewet that area with some additional #7 and then gone back to the clean terry cloth for removal. Hope that helps. In any case, the #7 should be removed before any attempts at washing. All IMO.
    lol it was a joke bro i was trying to say i put it on with my hand like he said and i couldn't wash it off my hand as in the skin on my hand. sry bad joke i guess

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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

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    hi mike, i applied the #7 with my hand like you said but now it won't come off, ive been washing it for an hour and a 1\2, do u have to use a special soap or something?
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    lol it was a joke bro i was trying to say i put it on with my hand like he said and i couldn't wash it off my hand as in the skin on my hand. sry bad joke i guess

    To be honest, I would not have figured out what you wrote was joking or kidding around until your follow-up post stating so.


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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

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    Just curious, what about glazes other than #7?

    I've got Poorboy's Black Hole & White Diamond, & CG EZ Creme.


    Is it reasonable to expect similar results with other glazes?

    I think any oily product will make old single stage paint look good and even better. That's the nature of an oily product introduced to a dry chalky dull porous surface.


    What other glazes, polishes or products by a zillion non-sensical names don't have are the proprietary Trade Secret Oils used in #7 which besides rejuvenating the paint also bring out the full richness of color. It has to do with the source of the specific oils used in this product and the pigments used to make old single stage paint.

    I care not what anyone uses, heck there's a guy in the FB world that is alwasy saying #7 is nothing more than mineral oil but he's wrong.

    Use what you like.

    What I do is try to help people that has something that is IMPORTANT to them do everything they can to preserve it. The words something and it meaning antique single stage paint.

    If you click the link below and read what I wrote in the paragraph where the word important is in bold red letters, this is what I'm talking about when it comes to helping others restore and preserve the paint on their whatever.



    The Secret to Removing Oxidation and Restoring a Show Car Finish to Antique Single Stage Paints





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    Re: The #7 Rub Down Technique by Mike Phillips

    ***Update***


    So far today, I have received 3 Private Messages on

    How to restore single stage paint. I love it.


    Most important...


    The power in the after shots is created in the before shots




    Why?


    Because you cannot go back in time and get the before shots. Then it's just your WORD when you tell people how bad the paint was.


    So take a few moments to stop whatever it is you're doing, read the above article for tips and then take some pictures.



    Trust me on this.... been there... done that....


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