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  1. Re: The COMET Technique by Mike Phillips - 1965 Cadillac - Original Single Stage Paint - Slam job by Mike Phillips

    So would you do this and then still do the M7
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    Re: What's up with Rupes pads???

    I see them at other vendor sites..
  3. Re: Question about PH Neutral Car Shampoos

    Using non PH balanced soaps will aid in tar ,bug removal and depending on side of the pH scale, it'll remove iron and other contamination that a clay would normally remove.

    If you use a...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    If the curve is too deep, you simply attack it in 2 sections..
    top of crease first then bottom of crease..
    Hell I've corrected with a stalled 21mm..
    The oscillation of the 21mm with the dragging...
  5. Re: Do black cars really need products specific for black paint?

    No they don't, you just need to do. Test spot jist like any paint correction
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    Re: Hard water spots?

    Get yourself some IGL delete for water spots

    Delete
    Rinse
    Heat gun
    Delete
    Rinse
    alkline APC

    If there's an etching behind, you'll need to wetsand.
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    Re: Air compressor

    For a nice portable one can't beat the Makita 3hp big bore. And it's about 200 under budget..
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    Re: 3 inch polishers

    Rupes 75 = 15mm
    Rupes 75E = 12mm like the rest of the mini

    You can mount smaller plates , but the balance will be so bad you don't want to use it, nor is it good for the bearings..
    Some one...
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    We need something for artillery spores. But this could be good too
  10. Re: "Acid baths" for ceramic coatings that have been on for 6 months plus???

    Acid will eat iron contaminates like a fallout and also allot of the same Contaminates of what I claybar does.

    They work well to reset hydrophobics and even prep for a coating job

    I've always...
  11. Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Also durability to me is what resistance spectrum of s product, how much abuse it can take from the PH scale

    Longevity is what most people are after

    For paste type products
    Finishkare FK1000 ...
  12. Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    PRE Wow will work wonders and also works on a variety of other things..

    If you need something now
    Carpenter pink eraser
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    Griot correct?
    It likes a lighter pad with the 6in plate
    You could most likey balance better with a 5in pad and a heavier pad..
    I can play around with weights and balance for ha..willing to bet...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    I very very rarely have with my G21 .
    My obersavation and experience is the 15mm always stalled more than the 21versions

    And end users technique on how well they readjust polisher to keep pad...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    If you ever decide to do rotary, go with the new Metabo
    Best you'll get for your $$$$

    Metabo PE 15-20 RT
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    Re: TORQ 10FX stopped working ? Wth!

    If it isn't Rupes(USA/Italy), flex (German), Makita(Japan), Metabo(German)it's chinese oh and bosche(german?)


    But their are plenty of quality Chinese counterparts out there..SPTA and Torque...
  17. Re: Wash, Iron-X, Clay, Polish, Glaze, Seal then Wax?

    This is what I typically do now adays

    Power rinse
    Cs2 Dewax(acid) or sometimes freaky foam
    Power rinse
    ADG F-Bomb (alkaline)
    Clay (virtually not needed due to acid, unless super heavily...
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    Re: Compound with the most cut

    Scholls concepts S0
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    Re: New to Rupes - Trigger Pull Question

    If you already have a markII or Griot boss in good working order then no, not worth it.

    If you have a 8mm machine or rupes ES or a polisher on last leg..worth the upgrade.

    Mark III is just a...
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    Re: Self Healing Ceramic Coating

    Yeah Clear Finish has their consumer version
    Feynlab has there's as does CS-II
    Art De Shine will have a graphene one end of the year

    Another brand has theirs but slipped my mind

    Only 2 self...
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    Re: Poorboys strip down wax stripper

    I know Art De Shine is thinking about working on one resistant to all 3

    Hell I finally realize all coatings are resistant to what I thought was standardizef PH2-PH12 range
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    Re: Poorboys strip down wax stripper

    I can do an alkaline test on enigma to see..I've only did acid and solvent on that one.
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    Re: Poorboys strip down wax stripper

    I'll prob do a side by side between the 4
    Dewax
    Pure wash
    Freaky foam
    Delete


    Also another great alkaline product would get IGL Multi
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    Re: Poorboys strip down wax stripper

    Yeah, I noticed that too ..but again he could of been testing it on a product that's resistant to acid like Angelwax
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    Re: Poorboys strip down wax stripper

    I sometimes use CS-II Dewax, but it's not the cheapest, so usualy only is it for a coating job as thats the first process anyways.

    Feynlab pure wash will do same thing for less

    Been using...
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