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  1. Re: Video: INTERIOR and EXTERIOR detailing / winter wash of an SUV !!

    It doesn’t really seem like a winter wash inside of a dream garage like yours Pan. How about a video of a real winter wash outside.


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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    35 degrees and sunny on a Sunday morning after a small snowstorm. It’s the perfect time for a rinseless wash in the driveway.
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  3. Re: opinions on 2 potential logos for my business?

    Paulie as in Davy’s buddy. This logo is more appealing. The spray bottle had to go. This one is colorful and catching.
  4. Re: NZ to Mickies House to Autogeek Open House to Space & Back ...

    In five years, Jonty doubled in size.
  5. Re: opinions on 2 potential logos for my business?

    Number 3 is the best of the lot. My eyes are even older than Paulie's.
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    Re: Work Hydroshot - Poor water pressure

    I do like the Hydroshot especially in the winter. In 25 degree temperatures, I can fill a couple of buckets and use the Hydroshot to rinse the salt off of the vehicle. It is not close to a pressure...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Eldorado2k!!!

    I was on the road this week and I am sorry that I missed this. Happy birthday Ric.
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    Re: Budget Mobile Detailing setup

    You can still work in below freezing conditions but make sure that the surface of the vehicle you are working on is in direct sunlight. Anything in the shade will freeze up on the surface. I have...
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    Re: Budget Mobile Detailing setup

    Get yourself a couple of buckets with gamma seal lids. You can fill them to the top and easily transport them anywhere. For a rinseless wash, you can fill one 5 gallon bucket and bring an empty rinse...
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    Re: Quick winter wash/ wax recommendations

    Welcome fellow New Englander. Lately it is getting too cold for the pressure washer or doing any kind of washing outdoors. If you have access to a garage, a good process is to go to the local coin op...
  11. Re: How many mitts needed for a 1 bucket wash? Any better washing methods?

    It depends on the time of year and how dirty the vehicle is. This time of year with the salt and muck, I would use one mitt per panel, one side for the upper section and the other side for the lower...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    One of my customers gave me some Griots wheel cleaner for Christmas. I usually just use some APC on the wheels and have it over with. Today I realized I was doing a half a$$ed job all that time. I...
  13. Thread: Salt dust

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    Re: Salt dust

    It is a way of life here in Southern New England. This morning the garden hose was frozen so I filled up a couple of buckets and rinsed the car off with the Worx Hydroshot. Then I did a rinseless...
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    Re: Review - CarPro Clarify Glass Cleaner

    I haven't tried the Clarify glass cleaner yet but I am sold on the Carpro glass towels. I use a waffle weave for cleaning the heavy grime and then finish up with the Carpro. It cleans steak free...
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    Re: Noobie detailer, help me pick a polish.

    I like the low dusting polishes and Menzerna and HD (now 3D) are good choices.
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    Killing a fly with a sledge hammer? Now that’s cool!
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    The back breaking, shoulder aching work of claying and polishing is where the fun is. I am not a professional so I look for any excuse to break out the polisher.
  18. Re: Looking for Tips on Polishing Pillars and Door Frames

    It is also a good idea to coat the A, B, and C pillars with a coating like CQuartz DLux.
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    5 months is pretty good longevity out of the WDGPS. Clay and polish is always a good choice before applying a new layer of sealant.
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    Re: Facebook Detailing group?

    You forgot this one. "I would set fire to that shop if they didn't make it right".
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    Re: Cleaned Up My 67 Camaro

    Wow. It looks factory fresh right out of the showroom.
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    Re: When to use Meg's quik interior detailer

    The Megs Quik Interior Detailer is good for touch ups and it does leave a bit of protection behind. I use it once a week for light dusting and it keeps in the interior clean. For a thorough cleaning...
  23. Re: Griot's Garage G-9 vs. Porter Cable 7424XP

    I have both since Santa just gave me the G9. The Porter Cable 7424XP has a 540 Watt motor and the G9 has a 1000 Watt motor. The G9 is a better choice hands down. It is more powerful, smoother...
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    Re: Greetings from NJ

    I lived near the corner of Plainfield Ave and Route 27 on Ovington Ave. Graduated Edison High class of 81.
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    Re: Facebook Detailing group?

    Too many unmonitored yahoos on the Facebook page. You are much better off here.
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