autogeekonline car wax, car care and auto detailing forum Autogeek on TV
car wax, car care and auto detailing forumAutogeekonline autogeekonline car wax, car care and auto detailing forum HomeForumBlogAutogeek.net StoreDetailing Classes with Mike PhillipsGalleryDetailing How To's
 

Search:

Type: Posts; User: The Guz; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.05 seconds.

  1. Replies
    4
    Views
    168

    Removing old coating over vinyl

    Yes that’s what I mean.

    Gtechniq, Cquartz and Gyeon have vinyl specific coatings which are suitable for matte/satin.
  2. Replies
    4
    Views
    168

    Re: Removing old coating over vinyl

    If its gloss vinyl a light polish is fine. Matte vinyl can be a little tricky as polishing will gloss it up. If you want to recoat matte vinyl, prep wipe and re-coat.
  3. Replies
    11
    Views
    582

    Re: Rupes Mille Review

    You could swap out the power cord to one of their shorter ones. I did that with their mini that had the long cord on it.
  4. Replies
    7
    Views
    350

    Re: New leather seat care

    I would suggest the colourlock products. With it being new leather shield would be what to use. As the leather ages use protector and top with leather shield.
  5. Replies
    2
    Views
    182

    Re: Best coating for chrome wheels?

    I had better results with DLUX compared to those other two you mentioned. 22ple VM1 has given me the best performance of any of these.

    Chrome sometimes doesn’t take well to coatings.
  6. Replies
    14
    Views
    617

    Re: Black & tan trim restoration

    Solution Finish would be my choice to restore the trim once clean and prepped. Then you can top it with WETS.
  7. Re: How to tell if ceramic coating is failing (regular toppers)

    I wouldn’t worry too much about it. Enjoy the weekly maintenance regiment with the occasional chemical decontamination.

    You will know when it’s time to polish and re-coat as you will get those...
  8. Replies
    13
    Views
    653

    Re: Micro Polisher for Weekend Detailer

    Flex PXE 80 if you do t want to spend the money for the ibrid.
  9. Replies
    43
    Views
    2,549

    Re: Drying Towel Scratches

    This is one of the risks of washing after correction with the potential to marr the paint. I doubt it is the towels as I have used those Guzzlers in the past without any issues. Unless there was...
  10. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,165

    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Yes and it was mentioned in this weeks live video on AG's youtube channel that this is a sheeting type product.
  11. Re: Leather care - conditioner, sealant, coating or water?

    Colourlock is good stuff. Their basic recommendation is leather 3 years or older go with their protector. Can be topped with shield the following day to add abrasion resistance and dye transfer...
  12. Re: Meg's D120 Finally Running Out....What To Choose For My Next Glass Cleaner?

    Get yourself some McKee’s 37 20/20 cockpit glass cleaner to polish the inside of the glass. Adams brilliant glaze is another thing that works good on front glass.
  13. Re: Meg's D120 Finally Running Out....What To Choose For My Next Glass Cleaner?

    You will enjoy it. It is good.
  14. Glossiest ceramic coating for interior plastic

    These leather coatings I linked in the reviews offer UV protection if UV is a concern. A majority of modern day glass blocks out UV. If you like to use 303 or an interior detailer then keep using...
  15. Re: Glossiest ceramic coating for interior plastic

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/product-reviews/128386-review-cquartz-leather-2-0-a.html

    ...
  16. Re: Glossiest ceramic coating for interior plastic

    I had my entire dash coated at one point and it held up really well. It didn’t attract dust.

    If you top it you will be back where you started with dusting. My advice would be to just wipe it...
  17. Re: Glossiest ceramic coating for interior plastic

    None are going to give gloss. Interior coating will darken at best.

    Here are a couple photos of me testing a few on my dash. Cquartz 2.0 looks even better than the previous version.
    ...
  18. Replies
    5
    Views
    508

    Re: Anyone use Car Pro Lift?

    I have used it. It works ok. I personally don’t have a need for it but it seems to work fine.

    Don’t expect the pH to be high on it. It also won’t damage a coating at the pH level I measured at...
  19. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,089

    Re: Fender flares restoration question

    This over solution finish looks really good. Looks even darker when topped with PBL trim restorer.

    Used it on this FJ.
    ...
  20. Replies
    5
    Views
    537

    Re: CanCoat Questions

    I have tossed my applicators when using CanCoat. They have all become crunchy. I have also relegated all coating towels to dirty jobs after a pre-soak in the bucket with some microfiber detergent. ...
  21. Replies
    5
    Views
    285

    Re: Novice Car Carer

    Welcome to the forum
  22. Replies
    19
    Views
    2,012

    Re: Pinnacle Black Label Tire Clear Coat Review

    Had the same experience with one of their subsidiary brand tires aka General taking the newest tire coating from McKee’s. I ended up having to apply an additional three coats after two weeks due to...
  23. Thread: CarPro Lite

    by The Guz
    Replies
    11
    Views
    1,016

    CarPro Lite

    EcH20 is used by many as a drying aid at that ratio. Reload and Elixir are changing the properties as well as they leave protection behind.

    EcH20 is already diluted at such a low concentration...
  24. Replies
    19
    Views
    2,012

    Re: Pinnacle Black Label Tire Clear Coat Review

    Looks good. Next time you use those tuf shine applicators, massage the product into the applicator to prime them. Makes them easier to work with and they apply coating evenly as they are less stiff.
  25. Thread: CarPro Lite

    by The Guz
    Replies
    11
    Views
    1,016

    Re: CarPro Lite

    It does not take much to remove a coating. A medium cut polish will be fine. If you are removing defects then you more than likely removed the coating. Especially an aged coating. You could...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4