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    Re: Bead Maker

    Try mixing the two. Say, 1/2 BM, & 1/2 AW, and see what you get.
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    Re: Interior : Milk Bomb

    If you use an enzyme cleaner, do not let it sit too long on suede or leather.
    Do you have any updates for this thread? Spoiled milk smells worse than death! It will be interesting to hear how you...
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    Re: Haste makes waste

    I was expecting something worse, for some reason. Maybe because my adventures usually sound a lot worse than your experience? Chin-up; you did a good job!
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    Re: Nextractor for shop vacuum

    Thanks for posting the pictures. I can only find the floor attachment of the steam team. Looks like a neat contraption. I would attempt to fix it, if I were you. Try some silicone, followed by...
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    Re: Nextractor for shop vacuum

    I thought about inventing this about 5 weeks ago, then forgot about it until now. I'm glad you found the Nextractor. I was wondering if it already existed. The price doesn't seem too bad. I...
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    Re: Wish me luck...

    Eldo, Try to rest well & not worry. Main thing is you are still here. Prayers sent.
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    Re: Beadmaker as a clay lube?

    In a pinch, soapy water can be used for clay lube. If you have a rinseless, or waterless wash, those can be used as a clay lube too.
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    Re: Meguire's or McKee's for LSP?

    McKee's
  9. Re: Uber SiO2 Coating Wash before Deep Gloss Paint Sealant

    It can be a little tough to know what's compatible with what, in terms of products. When I think of Si02, I think coatings only, not sealants, or waxes. I really wanted to try Wolfgang's Si02 Wash...
  10. Re: Pads Hotter Than Your Morning Cup of Coffee

    Maybe you could try cutting a hole in the center of a test pad in order to duplicate the dimensions & design of the original intended pad, Rupes' pads, or Rupes-like pads. LC's pad version of for...
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    Re: claybar recomendations

    Personally, I would get the FINE grade clay bar from Pinnacle or BlackFire. I would not use Meguiars, or Mothers. I think those two are a little more aggressive than the Fine poly clay offered by...
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    Re: Damages from rain?

    If you are going to clay your car, be sure to get a fine clay such as Pinnacle fine clay bar. Some clay will mar the paint more than others. Polishing will get rid of the marring, but I am assuming...
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    Re: Identify this pad

    Sorry, don't know. But, I was wondering what happened to you very recently. Glad to see you are in good health!
  14. Re: I did the unthinkable and paid the price... :(

    When I got to: "Rather than end up with a car with baked in water spots, I (thought it was a good idea at the time)..." I thought you were going to say you re-injured yourself trying to take care of...
  15. Re: Clear bra marred by brake fluid spill - way to fix?

    $350 for a bra is good money, and that's at a good discount it seems. But that's besides the point. Anyhow, bras are easy to polish. Do you own a polisher? You can polish the other portions that...
  16. Re: Clear bra marred by brake fluid spill - way to fix?

    I've always hears that brake fluid will eat paint, but I didn't know how fast because I've always been so careful to not find out. It's sort of impressive how quickly the brake fluid did that to the...
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    Re: 3 Bucket Wash

    What about using multiple high-pile towels instead of mitts. That way, you have multiple sides per towel to swipe, and they are cheaper. Plus, you can never have too many towels.
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    Re: What do you use for a Detail Prep Wash?

    Me neither, until I read the back of my Klasse AIO bottle all the way down to the bottom and it read:
    "• NEVER USE DISH DETERGENT for washing your car. Use a capful of this polish instead. Although...
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    Re: The Best Product Ever!?

    Iron-X; I love watching orange dots melt & rinse away.
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    Re: The Best Product Ever!?

    Is it similar to a degreaser?
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    Re: Hey fightnews - M16 on the way!

    Winner winner chicker dinner!
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    Re: What do you use for a Detail Prep Wash?

    I use CarPro Reset w/ two ounces of apc to 3.5 gallons of water.
    I was considering using Klasse AIO in 3.5 gallons of water with normal soap. Do you think this would leave something behind?
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    Re: Hey fightnews - M16 on the way!

    This is a tough one Mike. Still searching...
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    Re: Hey fightnews - M16 on the way!

    Mike,
    The towel looks like a Sonus Der Wonder towel, but with square corners, instead of rounded corners.

    Sent from my SM-G935P using Tapatalk
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    Re: Hey fightnews - M16 on the way!

    There's something $=ץ about that jar design. What a treat!

    Nice gesture Mike!

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