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    Re: Optimum Big Red Sponge-Review

    I did a review of this a while ago and it's funny that this thread came up because I was just thinking about how my thoughts have changed. Here's the link. I actually reviewed all the sponges...
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    Re: Bee Droppings? Difficult to get off.

    Those bug sponges might do the trick. Regardless, they're great to have. I'm specifically talking about the Scrub Daddy/Pinnacle Bug Sponge (they're the same thing, but one is cheaper and easier to...
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    Re: Black Mold everywhere! Help!

    A customer brought me a car like this once (although not with mold in the engine bay). His garage flooded or something right before winter, but nothing even touched the car cover according to him so...
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    Re: Please chime in on CarPro Gliss v2...

    Are you seeing 2 years from your routine then or have you not had the Essence + Cquartz for that long yet?
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    Re: Please chime in on CarPro Gliss v2...

    Glad you see the reason why anyone would come back. Then I wonder what the point of your passive comment was?? Funny that you're the one that told people to chill.
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    Re: Please chime in on CarPro Gliss v2...

    That really has nothing to do with whether or not people with nice cars come see you. A bunch of terrible shops that charge hundreds of dollars only to put swirls all over Ferraris are in my city....
  7. Re: Glossy (ceramic optimizing/safe) drying aid/quick detailer?

    I literally just use D156. A gallon is, like, $33. Either that or I've used DG Rinseless wash mixed as Quick Detailer, but D156 does a fine job. Otherwise all the SiO2 stuff is super over-priced and...
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    Re: Recommend me a POWERFUL 3" polisher

    For a 3 or 4-inch pad you shouldn't be going much more than speed 4 to begin with. I don't even use 6 with a 5.5 inch pad. That's my issue with the larger body polishers. They work, yeah. I did it...
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    Re: Current Favorite Soap/Shampoo

    That's exactly how I feel, I've just yet to find anything of theirs I can't find another brand that does it as well or better for cheaper.
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    Re: Current Favorite Soap/Shampoo

    That's exactly how I feel, I've just yet to find anything of theirs I can't find another brand that does it as well or better for cheaper.
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    Re: Recommend me a POWERFUL 3" polisher

    If cost is no issue, you cannot beat the Rupes Mini (75). It's one of my favorite machines to work with. Even more than the BOSS G15.
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    Re: Synthetic clay storage

    I just let them sit on a shelf to dry, and then store them face up. I never even sprayed my clay bars with QD before storage. They don't come wet so I never really figured they'd need to be stored...
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    Re: Current Favorite Soap/Shampoo

    I highly dislike Chemical Guys as a company because their products are 95% hype. The only reason they have a huge following is because they have a huge YouTube presence. Doesn't mean they're good...
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    Re: Water experts please

    By RO, you mean reverse osmosis? Is that mineral free water? I wasn't aware of that.
  15. Re: Review: RUPES Mark III BigFoot 21 Polisher by Mike Phillips

    Great write-up Mike. Question: Why does Rupes continue to have the shroud contact the backing plate? I don't get it. Rather than lubricate the surface, why don't they just make it not touch at all?
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    Re: New Buffer Question

    I'd do both by the machine to be honest with you.
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    Re: Review & How-To: Meguiar's Car Wash Plus

    I'd use ironX before (but after rinsing the car off well) using this.
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    Re: Waxing and Polishing Towels?

    I'll let you in on a secret (well... not really a secret). I'm going to follow the rules AS THEY'RE OUTLINED since I used to get in trouble for this crap. I will not tell you where I buy them since...
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    Re: HD Speed Topping Question

    It's pointless to top an AIO in my opinion, because I can find plenty of polishes that correct as well and clean out from my pads better than AIO. Then I'll just follow up with an LSP that is more...
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    Re: Whats your favorite swirl remover?

    I truly don't think there's a single swirl remover that can be used by hand without hating yourself within 2 hours. The work I can do in two hours by hand is about most of a hood (and I'm not doing...
  21. Re: Effective Home brew prep wipe Mckees n-914 & 99%

    That would be very counter-intuitive considering how poorly Dawn actually rinses from the paint and isn't actually strong enough to remove any of the protection that you would want a deep cleaner...
  22. Re: Cleaning Chocolate Milk from Perforated Leather Seats

    Yeah the fact that its milk and in the cushion makes this a potentially more annoying problem than just a stain. Everything this guy said is what I would have done.

    Regarding the stain though, you...
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    HD Protect discontinued?

    I know I've been out of the detailing game for a while, but I really hope my favorite interior protectant wasn't discontinued. I can't seem to find it anywhere. Does anyone have news on this?
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    Re: Paint thickness gauges $10-$15

    The new Ford trucks are aluminum. So it doesn't work on anything but steel panels then?
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    Re: Paint thickness gauges $10-$15

    There's a big difference between reliability and accuracy. This is, apparently, very reliable but until compared with something that is accurate we can't know how well it actually performs.

    To...
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