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  1. Re: I switched from Griots G9 to Flex 3401.. My thoughts..

    I wonder how the Supa Beast would compare being a different design?

    I probably asked this question before......Does the Supa Beast, and the 3401 possess the same direction of Rotation?
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    Re: Pads for Griots g9...

    Or just use your LC 5" Plate. I see no harm. At least short term. I don't see any issues with such.

    For $20, not a huge expense, just grab one next time you order some stuff.
    One would think...
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    Re: Musings after attending a car show

    Yeah, I've been to a good number of some smaller "mom+pop" shows, where you'll see some rides which could use some TLC in the detailing dept.

    Then some others, and as one example a World of...
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    Re: have to apologies to Mike

    LOL.
    Dawn is a good product for certain things. I've read it's the product of choice when there's major oil spills, and used for clean-up of effected wildlife because it does cut oils very well.
    ...
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    Re: Customer claims I cracked her windshield...

    Reminds me of an old similar story that happened to me once.

    An old girlfriend wanted me to detail her car, the regular wash-wax, vacuum-clean interior, glass, that's it. No paint correction, etc....
  6. Re: Product for door jams, plastic trim and audi fake metal grills?

    And again for grills, I know I mentioned this before.

    Especially with egg crate grill types where you can barely get a finger in them, a WOWA makes such work much easier to deal with.

    Trust...
  7. Re: Product for door jams, plastic trim and audi fake metal grills?

    One area of a door that is often over-looked because it is not seen, and is prone to rust because of neglect and often because of winter road salts is the bottom of Doors.

    Door Jambs can be...
  8. Re: Cleaning/polishing rims/barrels after seasonal change with duragloss ??

    Sorry I didn't fully explain, this wasn't a recent detail, was some months back
  9. Re: Cleaning/polishing rims/barrels after seasonal change with duragloss ??

    I will go as far to say that any periodic cleaning and protecting, preferably a wheels off method will be certainly much better than never at all, virtually regardless of what products you might...
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    Re: Agnes, my Chihuahua

    May God comfort you, and lessen your sorrows. I know such feelings.
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    Re: *meh* experience with old school PC 7424

    I gather other members here know what they speak of, when they say for best correction abilities, use Speed 6 if you are using a 5" Backing Plate with 5.5" Pads. If not using such, both Lake Country...
  12. Re: Product for door jams, plastic trim and audi fake metal grills?

    Yes, either product will work, both are very good products in my opinion. While neither might be optimal for plastic trim within door jambs, neither will harm either, and won't leave residues. I...
  13. Re: What are some common myths and misconceptions about car detailing?

    After applying a hard Paste Wax to a paint, don't take it off just yet, drive around for a few hours in the blazing summer sun so the Wax can bake on, you get more durable protection.

    Then, when...
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    Re: Polisihng for beginners

    It's OK to relegate time of whatever you have to do such work. But I'll advise to not set times as your benchmark like it's a race, and you feel you're under the gun to accomplish whatever tasks...
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    Re: Dealing with Dust on "Garage Queen"

    Bob's idea of the Griots Disposable Cover isn't a bad idea.
    Being plastic, dusts wont get through, fairly inexpensive if you bought a couple-few to have at times where you cannot perhaps remove the...
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    Re: Dealing with Dust on "Garage Queen"

    The simplest no cost option would be to simply remove the vehicle when using your garage for shop projects.

    Something like say using an Air Compressor with Blower Attachment to then blow off...
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    Re: Dealing with Dust on "Garage Queen"

    [QUOTE=MIsnowman;1682639]Yep that’s a black truck under there. :)

    Not necessarily looking for a cheap solution and certainly not looking for a magic pill. Just wanted to get others’ ideas about...
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    Re: Dealing with Dust on "Garage Queen"

    Not sure what you want us to tell you here? Might sound rude, but if looking for a cheap solution, go to any thrift shop, and go buy yourself 3 or 4 cheapo bed sheets, and cover the truck. There's...
  19. Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

    I'll try answering your last questions one by one.

    A rim Sealant-Protectant. WGDGPS 3.0 will work fine.

    Wheel and Tire Cleaner. Many like Meguiars All Purpose Cleaner. It is a concentrate...
  20. Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

    If residues, and removal of such are a major issue for you, then simply use the WOWA products I mention earlier on the paint on the entire vehicle.

    While they might not offer the last word on...
  21. Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

    Yes, WGDGPS 3.0 will leave powdery residues behind where not removed and can stain black textured trim.

    Not that this is unusual, or makes this somehow a bad product. Basically any wipe on and...
  22. Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

    I quick looked at this color, a very nice dark blue.

    I suggested previous products, and on dark colors, I'd probably have to give the nod to Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant 3.0 topped with...
  23. Re: Brand New Car, want a ceramic coating on it (I think). Which one?

    Some good points have been brought up by other members.

    Vehicle care varies dependent upon what part of the country one lives in. For those who experience harsh winters, vehicle care goes beyond...
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    Re: Keeping cats off truck

    I have read that there are sprays that supposedly deter cats, but not sure how effective they work and for how long, particularly outdoors?

    I know cats are usually territorial, and have a small...
  25. Re: Brand New Car, want a ceramic coating on it (I think). Which one?

    "If", the paint is as good as you say, no swirls to be found (which is rare on a used buy) then yes, a coating could be applied without polishing, claying, iron removers and so forth. But are you...
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