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  1. Re: Why I call the FLEX 3401 the BEAST! by Mike Phillips

    No worse than any other tool and possibly better.

    Remember, heat is always an unwanted byproduct of the process.





    Using the product, as I say, heavy or wet, or using an ample amount of...
  2. Re: If you recently joined the forum - all pending account approved - spammers removed

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    As of 8:00am, Thursday July 2nd, 2020 - all pending accounts have been processed.


    Real people have been approved.

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  3. Re: Meguiars ultimate fast finish before qwik wax

    Because this is your first post,

    Welcome to AutogeekOnline! :welcome:


    I just found your thread in the "Moderation Queue". I'm not sure why it was flagged but I've approved it so now it's...
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    Re: Should I upgrade to a Flex 3401?

    Just to chime in,

    In my detailing classes, something new I've added when I teach the "Production Detailing" session, is just how large of an area you can tackle at one time with the BEAST.
    ...
  5. Re: Which Flex Polisher (Beast or C-Beast) ???

    Here's how I would think of it,


    What type of detailing do you do?



    Not in a hurry? Get the CBEAST.

    Just working on your own cars, maybe some detailing on the side - get the Supa BEAST.
  6. Re: Which Flex Polisher (Beast or C-Beast) ???

    Here's my take,

    Some people have asked or wondered about the differences between the 3 different version of the original 8mm gear-drive BEAST.



    BEAST = 480 RPM and 9,600 OPM

    Supa BEAST =...
  7. Re: Quick and easy tire detailing - Use water-based all-in-one rubber & vinyl cleaner/conditioners instead of tire dressings

    Normally I include links to everything I showcased at the bottom of the first page. Sometimes in the 2nd or 3rd reply - depends on how many pictures and now long I go on a topic.

    Heavy-Duty DA...
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    Offline - July 1st through July 13th - Please hold down the Cyber Fort


    Just a note to all our stellar regular members and of course to all our new members and thousands of lurkers....

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  9. Sticky: Re: Complete List of Live Broadcast Videos on YouTube - Yancy Martinez & Mike Phillips

    :updated:


    I just added yesterday's Live Detailing Class YouTube version of the Facebook Live video to the top of the first post in this thread.



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  10. Re: LIVE Detailing Class - Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers - Once Step Detailing

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    Just added the YouTube edition of the Facebook Live video to the first post in this thread.


    Lots of good questions throughout the video.

    You can decide for yourself if the...
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    Re: When coarse isn't enough

    And just to note - RUPES also has a gear-driven polisher called the Mille





    Do you mean the FLEX PXE 80 ? I've never seen nor heard of it called a Trim Polisher. :)
  12. Re: If you recently joined the forum - all pending account approved - spammers removed

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    Re: Unknown Bubbling in paint

    I knew GM switched over to SMC decades above but the above is some good and meaty information.

    Thank you for sharing.


    :)
  14. Re: Tuesday June 30th - LIVE Detailing Class - How to do High Quality Production Detailing using Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    More....


    We're going to talk about how and why to do a Test Spot for one-step production detailing.

    Also pad choice, polishing versus cutting pads.

    How large of an area you can tackle with...
  15. Re: Tuesday June 30th - LIVE Detailing Class - How to do High Quality Production Detailing using Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    :bump:


    Just finished washing, claying and then drying the demo car. Here's a short walk-around video with a swirl finder light showing the paint defect level.

    ...
  16. Re: Tuesday June 30th - LIVE Detailing Class - How to do High Quality Production Detailing using Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    All good.

    What I teach NEW guys - getting into this business is when they START they should at least have 3 packages.

    Of course, a person can create as many as they like. I have 3 packages...
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    Re: When coarse isn't enough

    Yes.

    All our live classes are hosted on the AG YouTube channel and I add them to this growing list here on the forum.


    Complete List of Live Broadcast Videos on YouTube - Yancy Martinez & Mike...
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    Re: When coarse isn't enough

    Take your finger and try to spin the backing plate.

    IF the tool, any brand, is a free spinning polisher you can spin the backing plate with your finger - easily.

    If the tool is gear-driven...
  19. Re: Tuesday June 30th - LIVE Detailing Class - How to do High Quality Production Detailing using Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    :bump:


    Here's the current condition of the 2017 Hyundai Elantra

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/4061/ProdDetailing_0001.JPG



    My guess is much of the scum you see will wash...
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    Re: How to Make Money on SUV's

    I'll be sharing how I tackle entry level packages today in our LIVE detailing class.


    Tuesday June 30th - LIVE Detailing Class - How to do High Quality Production Detailing using Gear-Driven...
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    Re: When coarse isn't enough

    Not sure what kind of device you're using? IF a phone then TapaTalk is the best way.


    IF a computer, then the most common error is people try to uploaded HUMONGOUS files sizes and we don't allow...
  22. Re: When to stop buffing - Or - How far should you go to remove swirls and scratches?

    The pictures of the wacky scratches were from another forum members project.

    I forget how much they were able to remove?



    :)
  23. Re: Must Have Microfiber! At least my opinion :)

    I like the simple waffle weave glass towels here,

    The Cobra Waffle Weave Microfiber Glass Towel cleans & buffs glass to crystal clarity with the soft texture of genuine Cobra microfiber.


    I...
  24. Re: Tuesday June 30th - LIVE Detailing Class - How to do High Quality Production Detailing using Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    :bump:



    Remember - LIVE detailing class today at 3:00pm


    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/4061/ProdDetailing.jpg
  25. Re: If you recently joined the forum - all pending account approved - spammers removed

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    Real people have been approved.

    Spammers removed.
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