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    Re: Detail spray then Spray wax ???

    IMO:
    Duragloss AquaWax should be applied
    to freshly-cleaned vehicle surfaces.

    With that in mind:
    •I’m going to assume you used Meguiar’s
    Quik Detail Spray for its cleaning abilities.

    If...
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    Re: Dealers “man with a towel” got me!

    Complaints. Loudly. Via email? HA!

    I know a guy, that knows a guy from
    Pennsyltucky, that can “deliver the mail”.


    Best Regards,
    J.T. Thompson;
    Newport
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    Re: Something for plastic cowl on trucks?

    I use Optimum Spray Wax.


    Bob
  4. Re: Pinnacle Liquid Souveran Wax, holy cow it’s good!

    •It might be the ultimate...
    -But I’ve never spent Souverän-kind of
    money on any LSP.

    •However...
    -I did purchase their Sig. Series II Paste
    Wax back when it was only $39.99.
    -(On a...
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    Re: Best self cleaning protection

    IMO:
    FK1000P fills the bill.
    Still: ”King of the Hill”


    Bob
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    Re: New vehicle paint prep

    In the world of detailing, when it comes to
    Layering different types of last step products
    (LSPs): it is considered a “Best Practice” to
    apply the LSP that’s based on synthetic/man-made...
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    Re: Prevent morning freeze on the windshield

    OP:
    Maybe this’ll work at preventing that
    morning freeze on the windshield in
    your neck of the woods:

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

    Always nice to have (several) different lengths.


    ^^^:iagree:

    Buy sticks in bulk;
    cut to desired length.

    ’Economize<—>Customize’
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    Re: Prevent morning freeze on the windshield

    The Wife and I were fortunate to have
    received these modernday ice-scrapers
    as presents from my in-laws a couple of
    Christmases ago: they’re miraculous!

    Hence their name.
    ...
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    Re: Prevent morning freeze on the windshield

    Fact: Ice doesn’t like heat.

    :idea:
    Set something like one these free-standing
    ‘heaters’ at each corner of the car first-thing
    bright and early in the morning.

    Bingo Bango: Ice soon be...
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    Re: Topper for Liquid Souveran

    I’m thinking...

    1.) You don’t need a topper over Liquid Souverän.

    2.) However, if topping is in the cards: Sealants
    get applied first = considered a “Best Practice”
    in the detailing world
    ...
  12. Re: Cool tool that should make detailing much easier

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/medium/A52515A6-C898-474D-8C5B-623E000FEF42.jpeg

    ;)

    Bob
  13. Re: Cool tool that should make detailing much easier

    I’ve had one kinda like that for many a year.
    I call mine a stick.

    :)

    Bob
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    Re: Prevent morning freeze on the windshield

    •Mike Phillips has this saying, (I’m hoping my
    below rendition, is a faithful report thereof):
    ”Find something you like, and use it often”.
    -that, IMO, is apropos to this situation.

    ...
  15. Re: What are mistakes you have made looking for a detailer? A detailing service?

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/19061A0A-9F9F-4198-B8E5-6DC38EC8127A.jpeg


    Bob
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    Re: Layering erg different brands of wax

    IMHO:
    Of course you can. And without
    causing any harm to the paint.


    •With the above “conditions” you’ve set forth:
    -why worry about longevity?
    -and it looks like it’s going to be awhile...
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    Re: Explain something to and old dummy!!

    Since “detailing” deals with chemicals, I write dilution
    ratios as it’s done in Chemistry: solute : solvent

    •In other words:
    -The number on the left side of the ratio sign [:]
    represents the...
  18. Re: Winter Maintenance and Washing with Hot Water

    My school of thought:

    •Salt being dissolved is a chemical process (reaction).

    •This becomes a “Salt slurry”, and contains:
    -the “ions” of de-icers/melters/dissolvers/salts
    (ex: Ca/Mg...
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    Re: Old glass cleaning trick - revisited

    •Here’s one of my techniques I use to:
    “protect the dash/vulnerable surfaces, when
    performing interior auto-glass cleaning”:
    -Line them with parchment paper.

    ...
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    Re: Old glass cleaning trick - revisited

    ^^^ :goodpost: ... Excellent advice.


    Bob
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    Re: Question about automatic car wash

    •Whether they were applied by hand or by
    machine...Waxes/Sealants will eventually
    be degraded: by both environmental and
    man-made contaminates; from car-washing
    sessions (done at home, and/or at...
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    Re: A Couple Vintage Items..

    •You’re confused?

    -Consider my plight:
    ”I am the egg man
    They are the egg men
    I am the walrus
    Goo goo g'joob”
    {~Beatles; ca.1967}
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    Re: A Couple Vintage Items..

    {ca. 1988; 1994: Pshaw!}

    •I don’t know about ‘their nostalgic worth’...
    -but as that ol’ saying goes:
    “I’ve got underwear older than that”!
    -Fact.

    ...
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    Re: New Home for McKee's 37, Coming Soon!

    https://s3.amazonaws.com/www-inside-design/uploads/2019/01/kinetic-typography-5.gif

    Glad you’re still Living the Dream. :props:


    Bob
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    Re: Non abrasive cleaner wax

    I was hip to your initial request.

    That’s why I gave you the choices between
    three ‘one-steps’, and one ‘two-step’ products.


    Bob
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