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  1. Re: Pressure Washer Spray Gun - What's yours?

    Great to know on the MTM - Thanks!

    I know I've seen it cheaper via other avenues, but I might go the OG route just to know I'm getting quality fittings with it.

    I have the 35 ft Ryobi hose...
  2. Re: does anyone keep a jump starter in their vehicle(s)?

    Really great point. I've been meaning to add a "little" ground jumper to make it easier for the Mrs if she needed to actually use it for her car.
  3. Re: Pressure Washer Spray Gun - What's yours?

    I was eyeballing that Mosmatic with the swivel. I like that you can rebuild it if needed.

    It's funny - in my professional life, I wouldn't hesitate to buy the best of something; for some reason...
  4. Re: does anyone keep a jump starter in their vehicle(s)?

    Since it's a lithium battery, you don't need to worry about cycling it. I bring her jump pack in and charge it each fall. It will have lost a very small amount of charge from just sitting (1 out of 5...
  5. Pressure Washer Spray Gun - What's yours?

    I've long been running the gun/wand that came with my Ryobi pressure washer. Originally was planning on upgrading right away, but it's been fine.

    Now that I'm changing up my pressure washer...
  6. Re: does anyone keep a jump starter in their vehicle(s)?

    1st off - Oh man, that's a lotta big heavy parts... (my day job = regular car repair)

    2nd - You use the NOCO jump boxes? That's quite the accreditation. I'll have to keep them in mind if I get...
  7. Re: does anyone keep a jump starter in their vehicle(s)?

    I've got an (Antigravity Batteries) Microstart XP-1 in my wife's car. Her car also came with a plug-in air compressor since it has a collapsible spare tire.

    My car I keep jumper cables and a...
  8. Re: Motorcycle Myths - Why not Lemon Pledge?

    Something tells me if you were to look at their bikes in the sun, and then look at your bike in the sun, the results would very strongly point towards one being clearly superior...

    Also: while you...
  9. Re: Instrument panel surround/bezel - dark spots on plastic

    From the look of it, I was wondering the same thing. :(
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Gotcha. Just had to check. :D


    No kidding! That was my first thought - that's a loooootta square footage. :laughing:
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Another car shuffle? Is that in the Mazda's spot?
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    Re: Rinseless/waterless version of reset?

    Maybe I'm crazy, but I seem to get better/easier wipe off with the Brilliant Finish vs the N914.

    Over on the sister site, there was talk of another (*cough* Pure Rinseless *cough*) product that...
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    Re: I did a thing

    I just look at it like they're Chapters in a book. This chapter's wrapped up, eventually there will be another.

    I can see both sides of wanting to keep them for connection's sake, as well as...
  14. Re: Fully Detailed Vehicle But Defects Remain...Need Advice

    Whatever pads you get, I would definitely up the quantity of how many you're using. Standard practice is usually 1 pad per panel (hood would count as 2).

    By continuing to use a pad for panel...
  15. Re: Fully Detailed Vehicle But Defects Remain...Need Advice

    One other thing to check on your approach - are you only using one of each color pad to do the whole car for each step?
  16. Re: Opinions welcome on purchasing new detailing kit..

    Looks fantastic! You’ll have to let us know how you like the Poly Gloss. I’ve got it on my shelf, but I’ll be danged if it hasn’t been joined by a bunch of other LSP options thanks to this place....
  17. Re: 24" deep x 36" wide shelves, looking to store my pads and gear

    Also, FWIW, I just lay the pads flat in the bins.
  18. Re: 24" deep x 36" wide shelves, looking to store my pads and gear

    I use the 16qt and (I think) 28qt sterilite clear plastic bins. I mainly stick with the flat top (non-latching) lids so there’s no holes for dust to settle through.
    They work well for most...
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    Re: G9 gets hot

    What speed are you running it at?
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    Re: Another BMW M3 Get's ready for Spring

    Awesome to hear it's in a good home. Have him check his P/S belt tensioner/dampener - most I've seen have leaked their fluid and it makes it look like an oil filter housing leak.

    I'll confess I'm...
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    Re: Another BMW M3 Get's ready for Spring

    Beautiful work as always! (Both on the detail and the photography)

    Have I ever mentioned I'm glad we've got so many miles between us? I swear if you were in my state I'd just trade in my machines...
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    Re: Not a question, but a thank you

    Sorry for your loss.

    That’s great he was your introduction to detailing - When you’re able to spend time in the garage getting something clean, you can think back on those good times you had...
  23. Re: Pressure washer assistance & thank you

    Not just before hooking up the gun - have your gun hooked up, just don’t have a spray nozzle in it. Hold the trigger on the gun with the PW off until it’s pure water coming out before turning it on....
  24. Re: First time out ever: impressions and questions

    What speed are you using? Good pad rotation?

    Be careful chasing the deep stuff - those are R.I.D.S. (Random isolated deep scratches). To reduce how much they show up, you’re removing the clear...
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    Re: anyone using TWO DA's?

    +1 for using more pads - neither compounding or polishing is a one pad affair!

    If you’re a professional doing this for money, it sounds like you should look into a forced rotation unit like...
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