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    Re: Paint Correction? or Just Seal and Wax?

    Only time you want to do iron remover/clay is when you're ready to correct/polish paint.

    If just doing a wash/wax, then just wash and wax!

    BTW: Don't need to do IPA wipe down.

    Only time...
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    Re: Flex vs. Rupes Gear Driven Orbital Polishers

    2Black1s,

    Get either the beast or supa beast.

    If you're a rotary polisher---Then these Flex polishers will feel tame to you. You'll do fine!
    You won't know or feel the the difference in...
  3. Re: How to get to Autogeeks Show Car Garage Detailing Class

    Wow....

    Everything looks different! Used to be all grass and open spaces in front of AutoGeek garage!!!

    Tom
  4. Thread: 2021 Telsa Model 3

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    Re: 2021 Telsa Model 3

    That's great turnaround!

    So paint is on the hard side? Thought it'll be med to soft.

    Thanks for sharing the knowledge.

    Tom
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    Re: Happy Birthday Mike Phillips!

    Happy Birthday, Mike!

    Tom
  6. Re: Thank you luckydawg! M16 for Habanero Hot Sauce!

    That's awesome!

    Tom
  7. Re: OFFLINE for a few day - hold down the Cyber Fort - Thank you!

    Ditto....

    Tom
  8. Re: Mike Phillips recommended foam pads for the FLEX Family of BEAST 8mm Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    Thank You, Mike,

    Enjoy your time off!

    Tom
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    Re: My Next Great Adventure

    Smokers must quit before surgery? Now that is a new one to me!

    Gather your hernia isn't dangerous at this point?

    And dang---This covid business is really screwing things up.

    Tom
  10. Re: Mike Phillips recommended foam pads for the FLEX Family of BEAST 8mm Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    Thanks Mike...

    Just heads up....Having bit of a problem finding Rupes CF pads at the store!

    They have DA pads listed. Are these the same as the CF's?

    Tom
  11. Re: Mike Phillips recommended foam pads for the FLEX Family of BEAST 8mm Gear-Driven Orbital Polishers

    Thanks so much Mike, this really helps!

    So...Should I go ahead and put on a larger backing plate on the CBEAST?

    Thought CBEAST works better with smaller pads.

    Tom
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    Re: My Next Great Adventure

    Had a double hernia surgery few years back....
    No biggie really.

    Drugs were great. Recall as to pain, really wasn't much.

    Big thing was sleeping. For 3 days I slept in the recliner. Just not...
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    Any Ford F150 Experts?

    Kong!

    Did Z1 on this beast last fall. This is factory supercharged F150. In first pic you’ll see supercharged on side. Second pic shows that it has a coyote engine!! ...
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    Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    You're off to a good start!

    Have fun...

    tom
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    Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    RNR89JV....
    Send me a PM with address. Take your pick and I’ll send it to you.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210205/2e526ad50209b607c449ebd8c35ba700.jpg

    Mr Tommy.


    Sent from my...
  16. Thread: 1967 Camaro.

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    Re: 1967 Camaro.

    Thanks Mike....Worth reviewing from time to time!
  17. Thread: 1967 Camaro.

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    Re: 1967 Camaro.

    After polishing the car----I'll vote restomod too!

    Tom
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    Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    Just a clay towel....

    Use with bucket soapy water....

    Towel will last you few years. Clay bar...couple uses and if you do drop it, it's trash. If you drop a clay towel, just rinse in bucket and...
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    Re: Newbie needs advice

    Depends....If you are not really into spending hours on your car, then pay someone to do it.

    If you want to try to do a DA polish. Get the griots G9....and Blackfire One step.

    Do not try to...
  20. Thread: 1967 Camaro.

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    Re: 1967 Camaro.

    Used CBEAST and Yellow rupes pads on top hood and trunk.

    Then switched over to the beast and orange force hybrids on the sides.

    Both worked great---the beast is bit faster and produces a bit...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Klasse Act!!!

    Happy Birthday, Klasse Act....

    Tom
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    Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    Reason for getting a get clay towel is this----When you run out of clay lube you can switch over and just use a bucket soapy water with your towel.

    Or any fine clay towel brand....

    Tom
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    Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    You are off to a great start!

    Iron-x - check

    Griots kit - check

    Do this:Speed Master Clay Towel Combo

    Hold off not the BlackICE Liquid Wax. Your One step will be good for 3 months. By...
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    Re: Behold ... 29 Year-old BC / CC Paint !

    lol....

    Look tons better than couple of Hondas I saw at shop today!

    Tom
  25. Thread: 1967 Camaro.

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    Re: 1967 Camaro.

    You want to keep water off on an old car. No need to do iron remover and even clay barring!

    Tom
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