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    Re: Car Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    Be sure to get some Essence to finish down.
    Got it. It's my go-to polish if I'm using a coating.

    Downside however, is I've talked with the customer and he may go AIO instead due to budget concerns, so I'll have to evaluate what I'm going to use on it. Haven't seen the car yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgavin1985 View Post
    What’s everyone using as their prep or panel wipe before coating anyone using body shop solvent or this type?
    I use CarPro Eraser. Works well for me and it performs well on pure black thus I consider it safe from causing micro abrasions/marring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTQ B4U View Post
    I use CarPro Eraser. Works well for me and it performs well on pure black thus I consider it safe from causing micro abrasions/marring.
    What’s your opinion about using either Megs D114 or McKee’s N-914 at the proper dilution for panel wipe in place of Gyeon Prep or Carpro Eraser?

    Is there something really something those products can do that D114 & N-914 can’t?

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    I would have to say that it depends on recommendation by manufacturer. For example I use ipa and n914 for after polishing to inspect the paint or for before a sealant or something. I haven't used D114 but eraser is not compatible with the McKee coating due to the eraser lubrication elements and something in the coating that don't play well together according to Nick. I like Eraser but I tend to save that for coatings. Mind you I also drop in some more IPA into eraser, I'll add an extra two ounces of IPA per 500 ml because I don't want to go around three times. I also tend to use a towel soaked in this solution and sprayed down the panel so I use a lot of this stuff. If I'm not applying a coating, n914 and IPA is a lot cheaper than a litre of eraser so cost factors in too. If I'm applying high Def paint sealant or dr. Beasley plasma coat.. no need to spend 5 dollars of eraser when I can spend like... A dollar 25 for ipa and n914.
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