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    Re: First large order, any input?

    The protection of 3D Speed is around 4 to 6 weeks. To extend the protection durability .... I been layering 303 Graphene on top of Speed. I did a maintenance wash recently on the Range Rover in the...
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    Like I said.... There is more than one way to skin a cat. LOL

    Regardless of which direction you are going with.... have fun doing it.
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    to OP...

    I didnt mean to cause any more confusion by throwing another product in t the mix. I just want to make the point that there is more than one way to skin a cat.
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    To be honest... its hard for me to make that determination from just looking at those 2 pics. The paint looks dull and I couldnt tell if it is swirl out. It doesnt look that bad from what I saw. ...
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    I switched from Menzerna to 3D one. Its not a gimmick. The product gives me great flexibility with my collection of machines and pads. Regardless of which liquid you chooses... it takes practice...
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    I never tried the boss pad but I heard many good things about it when used with the GG machines. I have several types of machine ( standard DA, gear driven DA, Long throw DA, rotary) from various...
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    I would think so as well.
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    Soap is different than coating prep. Nothing to worry about. I use Reset on many cars with various coatings and finds that it does universal well. Actually most coating specific soap works well in...
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    Re: Newbie - Start Me On The Right Path

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/ask-mike-phillips-your-detailing-questions-/127180-old-wax.html?highlight=dawn
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    Re: LSP Spray n Wipe vs DA application

    I dont remember the last time I used use a paste wax but I do recall I used less product when using a DA rather than by hand.
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    Re: Not enough duct tape...

    I dont know but I think it can be buff out. LOL
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    Re: PPF and polishing?

    only if you have to. If it doesnt need it then dont do it. I used Renew to freshen up and to remove minor swirls on PPF with no ill effects but then I also had used a fine polish with a black pad...
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    Re: Bucket fed pressure washers

    To OP...

    Since you work on cars then you might have a air compressor. If so then this might work for you.

    Guardair Pneumatic Syphon Solvent Spray Gun 79SG012 with 12-Inch Aluminum Extension...
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    5 cutting and 5 polishing pads is a good start.

    the reason for iron remover is that it would loosen embedded contaminants as well as getting rid of iron particles. Plus it would make claying so...
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    Re: First large order, any input?

    Its a pretty extensive list you have.

    If it was me... I would add the 5" inch backing plate and use the 5.5" pads instead of a 6" backing plate with 6.5" pads. It might take a little longer to...
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    Re: PPF and polishing?

    You are removing a small amount of materials each time you polish. More so than paint... heat is not your friend when it comes to polishing. Most reputable brands of PPF have some type of UV...
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    Re: Newbie - Start Me On The Right Path

    Like others had said.... This is a rabbit hole when it comes to LSP.

    Its hard to get consensus on a single "best" product. The question should be " what is best for you in your particular...
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    Re: 2014 Lexus GS 359

    Nice work Tom!!!

    If the vehicle looks like this then its a GS359.. LOL

    https://www.stancenation.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/AR1-759x500.jpg
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    Re: Newbie - Start Me On The Right Path

    Absolutely...

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    Re: Newbie - Start Me On The Right Path

    Oh boy.... Here are just some I use frequently.

    303 Graphene
    CarPro Reload, Hydro2, CQUK, SIC
    TeacSystem Moonlight
    Powerlock
    Pinnacle Black Label Diamond Surface Coating
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    Re: Newbie - Start Me On The Right Path

    After the iron remover and claying.... whatever wax or sealant on the car will most likely be gone by then. I use Gyeon Renew but then I also have success using a light polish with a black pad in...
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    Re: 303 Graphene

    To be honest... I used 303 on my DD (Subaru Crosstrek with all the plastics cladding all the way around) as well as over a dozen vehicles I worked on and I havent seen any trims being stained. In...
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    Re: Newbie - Start Me On The Right Path

    Wash with a wax-removing soap, such as Dawn
    I recommend using a dedicated car soap and leave the dawn for dishes. I prefer a car soap that has no gloss agent and rinse clear if I am to polish....
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    Re: Another Newbie Question - Sorry

    I also have several GG polishers as well as the Flex and Rupes machines. Can't go wrong with the G9 as a starter polisher.
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    Re: So Glad To Be Here

    Welcome to the forum !!!! and the madness begins... LOL
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