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  1. Re: NAME A FEW OF YOUR MOST COVETED TOOLS OF THE TRADE.

    Cool read! Thanks
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    Re: 5" or 6" pad on a G8?

    Why didn't you go with the cordless DeWalt? Rather than buy into a new battery system, use the one you have.
    Or the new Milwaukees?
  3. Re: Ever notice Autogeek is always out of PXE when tool sales come around?

    I know of another vendor that runs out of the PXE. And they don't run sales
  4. Re: NAME A FEW OF YOUR MOST COVETED TOOLS OF THE TRADE.

    Flex 3401
    Flex PXE-80
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    Coating Caddy(tm) Ceramic and Graphene Bottle Holder.
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    Re: Just had to share! $299 or $82.99?

    For the Flex, i believe you can use the collet adapter made by APS, and use one of those extensions either by Adams' or ones made for the dremel tools. Research this before you make the purchase,...
  6. Re: Consolidating Products - Best AIO & Wax/Sealant?

    I suspect that UNO isn't as aggressive as Speed. In back to back testing, with UNO and BF's One Step, i did find I had more correction with the BF. It was also more sun friendly (mobile work). And i...
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    Re: Expectations of a Mini Polisher?

    another option, that is way easier on the wallet, is the Griot's G8. You can use it with 2" and 3" pads, both backing plates included in the box.

    For 1" they offer a separate 1" backing plate...
  8. Re: It's Finally Here! FLEX FS-140 Flexible Shaft Set for the PXE 80

    Sounds like MAP, or Minimum Advertised Price. Something I learned about when "launching" my own product line. After selling to my second, then my third retail store, I kind of saw the importance of...
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    Re: Gyeon Factory

    I know of one pro who buys Gyeon in volume. Enough so that he asked me to make him a custom solution, much like the Coating Caddy(TM) Bottle Holders I make, but to fit many more bottles....
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    Re: Engine bay cleaner & engine bay detailer

    The pics seem to be lost on the server somewhere, but the descriptions still might have

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/product-reviews/121242-review-blackfire-engine-degreaser.html?highlight=
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    Re: Marolex Axel Foamer 7000 with Xiaomi

    Hehe... Zeus. Nice dog.
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    Re: Post Your Unpacking Pictures

    I have a Subby for my DeWalt blower. Those are 3D printed. They feel pretty solid and mine has been holding up just fine.
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    Re: I've been flying blind - no depth meter

    Side hustler here. And i have one. It's a great tool to have in the box and use it on some jobs.

    I don't use it on ALL jobs, only because MOST of what I do is AIO type work, so light polishing at...
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    Re: I was just thinking

    Short answer: YES. Like others mentioned, ONR and Nano Shock. Well, with ONR, Yvan uses ONR to wash, and then Opti's Car Wax to lube and seal while using the clay towel. Several videos on this...
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    Re: 1990 Ferrari Testarossa

    Good thing I'm short then!
    I may be driving one this weekend. Will see how I like it
  16. Re: Headlights, wet sand then polish, or cutting compound?

    Just like with paint....do a test spot.

    I teamed up recently with another detailer on a job. I noticed the headlights were foggy, as did he. he asked if we were going to do them. I said, "if we...
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    Re: 1990 Ferrari Testarossa

    Dang, all those busy guys missed out ! LOL

    Nice work on that one Guz. Looks great. And yes! Always great to get feedback like that.
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    Re: Lake Country HDO/CCS

    Two reasons I've actually been considering those pads for long throw work.
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    Re: Lake Country HDO/CCS

    Definitely! I seen the slo-mo video from LC showing that in action.




    Oh wow. 12. That's almost down the middle, slightly leaning closer to 15 than 8.
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    Re: What are you using?

    You already carry about everything I use.
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    Re: Lake Country HDO/CCS

    The foam part of HDO / SDO is actually the same. The difference is the HDO (Heavy Duty Orbital ?) is intended to be used with the harsh movements of the large throw machines (15mm and 21mm). The SDO...
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    Re: Bilt Hamber Fans alert

    Out here, they're opening detail stores like Starbucks. Okay, maybe not THAT much, but certain areas, you can easily find one within miles of another.
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    Re: To IronX or not?

    Guz, you don't much use Griot's for washes, do you?
  24. Re: Your go to compound for one step and 2 step?

    It should, for the very reason that it is "late" to the game. I would expect some of their newest formulations, and as such, a solid product.
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    Re: Best "One Step" product

    I do P808 over UNO Protect. It doesn't really take much more time and it does appear to impart a bit more gloss. Not sure how long the combo lasts as I've only done it on other's cars.
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