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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by 2kredbb6 View Post
    More like a train horn
    It's a very fat looking horn so I think it's a boat horn. Usually ferry/ cruise ship horns are louder than train horns because they're so much bigger than a train.
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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.Phillips@Autogeek View Post
    I about coughed out my Mountain Dew after reading that...

    That's funny....



    Sorry about the Dew, hate to waste the stuff. Nice job though, keep up the good work

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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    I thought Poli Coat was just a sealant...
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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by Darren F View Post
    I thought Poli Coat was just a sealant...
    It's not "just" a sealant, that makes it sound mediocre, like a Porsche is "just" a car.

    After wiping off the Poli-Coat this thing just gleamed!








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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Was confused because of this:

    Detailer's Pride has introduced a brand new polymer paint sealant called Poli-Coat Paint Sealant, this new sealant is,

    One Step Polish and Sealant
    Anti-Static Polymer Formula
    Resistant to Alkaline and Acidic Cleansers and Detergents

    is it an AIO? Does it clean and correct the paint also?
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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by Darren F View Post

    is it an AIO? Does it clean and correct the paint also?
    No, the paint has to be in good to excellent condition to start with, I didn't do any correction work to the paint on this truck outside of claying. It's parked outside 24/7 and is a work truck.


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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Do you wear a parachute as a safety precaution when getting out of Behemoth?
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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    I would think a work truck needs some chemical cleaning action from an AIO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CieraSL View Post
    Do you wear a parachute as a safety precaution when getting out of Behemoth?
    Its not that high,

    Getting in and out of an F-650 is even harder.

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    Re: Behold Behemoth! - Cleaned & Sealed with DP Poli-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly View Post
    I would think a work truck needs some chemical cleaning action from an AIO.
    Great thinking...

    Not sure if I included anywhere the fact this truck had a brand new paint job and had never been buffed and only been washed a few times since the new paint.

    Note I did show and share that I clayed the paint really well, (and I did), to remove overspray from when it was painted or from paint overspray in the air at the shipyard.


    Knowing how this truck is used I knew I didn't want to do a multiple-step show car polishing process on it just to get pretty much the same results I achieved from a simple approach.

    All too often I find people making some "detail projects" more complicated than they have to be, but to each their own...

    What was important for a truck like this was to have the paint shiny and sealed and protected.

    Mission accomplished and I'm sure you will all see it back here from time to time.


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