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    Re: Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$

    Great job Cruz! I canít wait to see what other options people try this with.


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    Re: Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$

    I wonder how the essence plus would work with Meguiars Ultimate Fast Finish spray sealant instead of the Sonax....

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    Re: Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    @Cruzcarwash. Bro... Dude... Yo..... Whatís up with the wheels, tires, & wheel wells?





    If you say you donít wash, then whatís the dealio?
    As I was following the forum I was just thinking the same thing, interesting you having success and not even washing do you DECON THE PAINT, if necessary before you polish and go with this combo?, as Iím thinking of your process I can see you more time to concentrate on the polishing , thanks for sharing and that tidbit of sharing video updates to your clients as you polish and seal Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$


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    Re: Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$

    Essence Plus is so easy to work with and it doesn't matter if the vehicle has a ceramic coating or not. I bought it to buff water spots off ceramic coated cars and it's so simple. It masks deeper scratches well enough to avoid stripping the coating via compounding.

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    Re: Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$

    I've had a can of PNS in the cabinet for over 6 months and haven't gotten around to messing with it much yet. I'll have to try this method.
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    Re: Entry level combo that's made me a ton of $$$

    It's been great, I'm now doing dealer lots with this combo.

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