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    Re: Meguiars endurance tire gel question

    •Meguiar’s says that if their Endurance Tire Gel
    is applied according to their recommendations/
    directions, it is “ghar-awn-teed” not to sling.


    Bob
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    Re: What should "water beading" look like?

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/771FAD72-D53F-437F-9AE0-B65959AB2B25.jpeg

    :D

    Bob
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    Re: Meguiars endurance tire gel question

    I personally have never diluted any
    petroleum-based tire dressings, or
    known of anyone else to do so.

    But that’s not to say it can’t be
    effectively done.

    •However:
    1.) I would think that...
  4. Re: Slight rust on very bottom of fender. Does this need a repaint? :(

    I may be wrong...but I don’t believe
    Autogeek carries these particular types
    of products. However: “Eastwood” does:

    Rust Prevention, Treatments, Removers - Eastwood


    Bob
  5. Re: Polished Aluminum and Fast Finish = Awesome!

    :wow: ...

    OK, where do I begin?
    How’s ‘beyond compare’?
    Shows, once again,
    It is Meguiar’s
    For The Win!!

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/defendingmeguiar_s22.jpg
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    Re: What should "water beading" look like?

    IMO:
    Looks like a bunch of water beads just
    sitting there, waiting for the potential
    of some (bigly) water-spotting to occur.


    Myself:
    I prefer water beads that are...(umm,
    let me just...
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    Re: Rag Co. Blue Eagle Edgeless Towels & WW

    They’ve always done right by me. :dblthumb2:

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/medium/E94E55BB-8919-4B34-9754-02F151B8DADB.jpeg



    •Yes.
    -I like these:
    Cobra’s ’The Guzzler...
  8. Re: 1968 Cadillac Original Paint Detailing Class September 2020

    RE: Comet/SS paint
    Thanks for such a thorough write-up. :props:




    And, thanks also...
    For one of the best mistypes. Ever. :xyxthumbs:
  9. Re: 2 ways to cover the fresh air grill on a classic muscle car

    Fortunately, at that time, I lived close to
    “Ohio George” Montgomery’s speed shop.
    They did a little tweaking on the 440 Magnum.

    •From what little I remember from ~50
    years ago:
    -They...
  10. Re: 2 ways to cover the fresh air grill on a classic muscle car

    Me too.



    This was my favorite MoPar.
    Bought it new in January, 1970.

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/1160F425-3812-482F-AE47-D8574CCAB3E4.jpeg
  11. Re: How is everyone staying sane during well... 2020 ?

    •What’s your definition of “sane”?

    -According to quite a few folks, I might not
    have been considered “sane” before 2020;
    let alone during 2020, for that matter.

    :wowwow:


    Bob
  12. Re: 2 ways to cover the fresh air grill on a classic muscle car

    1965: Goldwood Yellow...(code: XX)
    1966: Sunfire Yellow.......(code: 984)
    1967: Sunfire Yellow.......(code: 984)
    1968: Safari Yellow.........(code: 984)


    Bob
  13. Re: 2 ways to cover the fresh air grill on a classic muscle car

    •To the best of my knowledge:

    -Just going by this example of only the
    “Crossed Flags” (intended for the front
    fender badging)...it was an OEM fitment
    for late 1963 through 1966 Corvettes.
    ...
  14. Re: What should I use to protect Polished Aluminum Rims?

    IMO:
    Your presuppositions seem tenable.


    Bob
  15. Re: What should I use to protect Polished Aluminum Rims?

    •I’ve often used Collinite Metal Wax #850
    for protection on polished aluminum items
    without noticeably diminishing their overall
    scintillation/shininess/brightness/etc.

    Note:
    -Collinite...
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    Re: Wow! Still on the road!

    Yes.

    •I also noticed that this Metro has the LSi badging.
    -With that designation: it’s supposed to have the
    (high-output) 1.3L engine—capable of churning out
    a whopping ~79 HP, and ~75 ft/lbs...
  17. Re: Safeway to remove interior dressing from screen

    •Disclaimers:
    -The following may be contrary to the
    owner’s manual, but IMO, more often
    than not, it takes a “cleaner” to perform
    cleaning tasks.
    -(I also consider the removal of car-care ...
  18. Re: Will Poorboys Professional PolishClean panels well?

    •IMO:
    -Poorboy’s Professional Polish will clean
    paint/panels quite well.

    •In fact...(as far as I’m aware of):
    -”cleaning the paint” is at least one of
    the purposes behind every car polish’s ...
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    Re: Mystery Van - What is this?

    From here it looks like a Suzuki microvan;
    perhaps a ’Bolan’ model?


    Bob
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    Re: Left Handed Detaling

    FWIW...

    Conversely:
    The Flex XC 3401 VRG spins counter clockwise,
    (the direct opposite of most other DAs), which
    some right-handed detailers do find annoyingly
    counterintuitive at/upon their...
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    Re: Too many forum sections?

    IMO:
    Although it may appear to be approaching
    the saturation point, on such a diverse Forum
    as AGO: I, for one, am glad there are many
    sub-forums from which to drill down.


    Bob
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    Re: AIO Cleaner/Wax Users

    Some of the same/similar reasons as you.
    For example:
    • 1.) This:


    • 2.) And this:


    • 3.) And this:
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    Re: My wheels are scratched, help

    :goodpost: ...:iagree:


    •We‘ve got a couple of vehicles currently sporting
    black wheels: easiest wheels to maintain that I’ve
    ever owned!
    -Not once have we ever regretted choosing this...
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    Re: My wheels are scratched, help

    •Think of it this way:
    -It’s the same “scratch removal” process, as
    when you’re polishing vehicles’ BC/CC paint.


    Bob
  25. Thread: Disappointment

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    Re: Disappointment

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/D207F7B0-98D5-45AD-9E4F-CBB0CE150944.jpeg


    Bob
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