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  1. Thread: Pads for g9?

    by rangerbay
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    Re: Pads for g9?

    Use what you have. They will work on the g9.
  2. Re: PFM Towel - anything "better" available in todays market for drying?

    I bought the big yellow shop vac at Sam's for 75.00. I only use the blower, never vaccum with it. It's the best dryer I've used! Also, I don't think anything even comes close to the pfm drying...
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    Re: Pads? CG hex or Lake Country.

    I think you will like the 5" plate and pads. Get lc orange flat pads, some gg fast correcting cream and you should be good on that Tesla clear coat.
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    Re: Should I clean my undercarriage or no point

    Rinse the undercarriage with a marine product called "salt away".
    There are several brands of similar products.
    They help to alleviate the bonding of minerals to the surface.
    It really works well
  5. Thread: wool pads

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    Re: wool pads

    I agree. I have several rupes new wool pads. The blue and white with the new rupes heavy cut compound cuts like crazy, finishes out fairly nice.
  6. Re: Bought a Griotís G9, a couple simple questions.

    Yes. I'm a glutton for punishment.
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    Re: Joining the IDA

    In my opinion, the high cost of cars gives us a better shot at a successful career in this business.
    As this industry progresses, more people will be interested in a professional certified detailer...
  8. Re: Bought a Griotís G9, a couple simple questions.

    I have a g9 I put a 5" plate on it for curvy cars. I left the 6" on the other, since it has tons of power and will work better on flatter panels.
    I have not used my 15mm since I got the g9's.
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    Re: Light Oxidation on camper

    If go with igl premier, or to make it simple, Griot's 3 in one ceramic sealer
  10. Re: Blast from the past! - New Car Touchless Acrylic Clearcoat Sealant

    Remember poly glow? Yuk.
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    Re: Light Oxidation on camper

    I would go with the Meg's. The gel coat on a camper is softer and will mar easily. We use 3d one with orange LC pads. Lots of them.
    Top with a ceramic sealant .
  12. Re: If you could only use two or three product lines for all your detailing needs, what would you choose?

    Griot's and 3D. That covers pretty much everything.
    Like everyone else, I use many different brands.
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    Poll: Re: Super bowl pick.

    When kneeling during the national anthem is allowed, I have no interest in supporting the NFL or watching those rich pricks play.
    In done with it.
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    Re: New long throw upgrades????

    I have the g9 and the g 8. Both are fantastic machines. I have 2 of the gg6 and one of them is 10 years old, still does it's job.
    I'm a big fan.
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    Re: MF towel types and uses...?

    The forest green are great all around towels, but the pfms are the absolute best, period. Best drying, buffing, applying,. Well worth the money.
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    Re: New long throw upgrades????

    Maybe going to use the cord design on the 9 and the 8.
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    Re: Rupes rotary compound

    Wool pads, flex rotary, and I agree with the cutmax
    Also 3d one is good. I just haven't found rupes chemicals to work good for me
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    Re: Rupes rotary compound

    I think I need to figure this product out. Seems to dry out too quick.
    Going to try less product, slower speed. Problem is, at 600 to 800 rpms, my rotary gets hot because the cooling fan is not...
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    Rupes rotary compound

    Has anyone used the new rupes heavy cut (coarse) compound?
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    Re: I want to say Hello to everyone

    Welcome to the nuthouse. This is a great group
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    Re: 1961 Ferrari 250GT PF Cabriolet

    Are the keys in it? Asking for a friend.
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    Re: And then... There was a G8 (Polisher)

    I have no stalling issues below 5, but I don't cut below 5. I polish on 3 or 4, and 3 to apply lsp, if not using a coating.
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    Re: I am lost right now

    What a great post. The outpouring of love here is a great bond between all of us. I'm proud to be a part of such a group.
  24. Re: opinions on 2 potential logos for my business?

    Just make sure it is easy to read.
  25. Re: Swap out backing plates or get multiple polishers?

    Bruno is correct. I have g9 and have barely used a 15 since I got it. The g8 is a powerful 3 inch machine that comes with a 3" and a 2" backing plate.
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