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  1. Re: Cool tool that should make detailing much easier

    That would be a handy tool. I'm always propping up the trunk or tailgate with a box or something
  2. Thread: Touch up pen

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    Re: Touch up pen

    How about a fine eye dropper? I think a little wet sanding my be needed filling a chip that big.
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    Re: Antique Car Detailing Clay

    I have been using the new improved Megs claybar kit. It has pretty good chemical resistance. I can clay a car using Carpro Iron X Snowfoam mixed into a spray bottle and make through the entire car...
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    Re: McKee's 37 SiO2 Series

    The McKee’s 37 Ceramic Wheel Sealant looks interesting. Being an AIO.
  5. Re: SEMA 2019 New Products - New Products Coming Soon!

    Iron particle removal without the smell? I've heard that before.
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    Re: Hybrid Solutions- A Brand of it's own!

    Do chemical torture tests on freshly cured sealant really emulate real world experiences? I personally think that the UV from the sun over 6 months is probably the biggest cause for sealants to...
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    Re: Shout out to Griot's

    Will the GG6 still be available or has production stopped?
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    Re: Recommended clay substitute?

    The mitts are probably the easiest to use. The towels are more versatile. After trying several mitts, towels, blocks and pucks I still mainly use a traditional claybar. Yes it is slower and you...
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    Re: Hard water etching

    Its a long shot, but about a year ago I cleaned up the same type of trim on an older MB with DG Squeaky Clean. I was using it to prep for a coating and realized that that trim that I had given up on...
  10. Re: Product Review: Pinnacle Black Label Ceramic Trim Restorer

    Is the dyeing effect anywhere near as good as Solution Finish?
  11. Re: Bad application of CarPro CQuartz UK 3.0 ceramic coating. Advise needed! Thx

    Meguiar's Ultimate Polish is too oily to use prior to a coating in my opinion
  12. Re: Recurring haze on headlights of 2013 Subaru WRX STi

    The SYLVANIA product is the same as the factory coating. I'm about to try shooting out of an airbrush to see how that comes out.
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    Re: Tar removal - Citrol or Tarminator

    You can get Tardis in the USA, but you have to buy large amount and you need to be able to pick it up from the US distributor that is located near Philly. They won't ship it to you house. It...
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    Re: White road stripe paint on a black car

    GOOF OFF overspray remover is always the first thing I try when normal washing won't remove it. I have had very surprising results with it. When that doesn't work then I will try removing it with...
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    Re: Add G9 from PC 7335?

    There was about 1 amp more power with the XP. Something like 3.7 up to 4.5.
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    Re: DG AW vs. UQW Showdown (as toppers)

    When I had a solid black car I always felt that UQW left a slight blueish hue to the car. It was more obvious in certain lighting. I prefer DGAW. I also refer DGAW to Beadmaker. Glad I didn't buy...
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    Re: SCRATCH X 2.0 AND DA polisher

    You could save it and use it for hand polishing the recess under door handles. I think that is probably it's most common use. I use UC to hand polish those areas.
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    Re: WGDGPS how many coats can be layered?

    If you apply LSP twice a year then use the WGDGPS over the winter and Fuzion for the summer.
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    Re: Which polisher to get, NEXT

    Use your Torx with a 3" backing plate. Use your GG6 with 5" or 6" plates depending on what pads you own. Get whatever geared forced rotation polisher you decided upon.

    You could do just about...
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    Re: Interior : Milk Bomb

    The fats in the milk have gone rancid. Enzyme cleaner will break down the fats as already mentioned.
  21. Re: Polish & Claybar Budget Friendly Suggestions Please

    The Griot BOSS polishes are easy to use. You could just go to Walmart and get a bottle of Meguiar's Ultimate Compound. Only like $11 for 20oz bottle. Great one-stepper medium compound that is easy...
  22. Re: How many here are still using the Porter Cable DA?

    Two PC 7336 and one 7424XP machines still in use.
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    Re: Optimum Tire Protection Coating (TPC)

    I think your browning issue is from over cleaning or too harsh a cleaner. I'm thinking the super clean pulls too much of the good stuff out of the tire and your forcing the blooming to happen as the...
  24. Re: Are there any foods that you don't like or care for?

    Most things my wife cooks
  25. Re: 1940 Buick -Before & After - EXTREME extreme Makeover!

    Mike, what's with the application of 303 protectant on the tires using the Flex rotary and carpet brush? Never seen or heard of that before.
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