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  1. Re: wheel stain removal - splotchy milk like stains

    FWIW...

    •Although there were some Dealerships and
    Vendors that had some OEM C5 wheels sent
    out to be chromed for The Aftermarket...

    -There were no OEM chromed wheel options
    for C5s. Here...
  2. Re: Any recommendations on a cordless blow dryer?

    Wait. What?
    And you would know this how?



    :confused:

    Bob
  3. Re: Any recommendations on a cordless blow dryer?

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/42E41260-75FA-4135-BA76-E6A37ED9F390.jpeg


    Bob
  4. Re: wheel stain removal - splotchy milk like stains

    •IMO:
    -If the price is right: snatch ‘em up.

    -Next: make an appointment with
    the nearest Powdercoating facility
    or mobile unit. (Let them do all the
    “refinishing” to your preferences.)

    ...
  5. Re: New product idea? Thick, temporary paint protection that is very easy to apply and remove

    •Here are just a couple of temporary PPFs
    that are easy to apply and remove:

    -Road Wrap Paint Protection Film
    -Track Armour


    Bob
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    Re: T&C (also known as terms and conditions)

    IMO:
    These two Mike Phillips articles really come
    in handy during discussions such as this.

    The learned skill of turning detailing work down by Mike Phillips

    How and why to document...
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    Re: A tip for good phone ettiquette

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/2E653C62-C3E5-4C12-9280-A5EBE4428126.jpeg


    :D

    Bob
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    Re: T&C (also known as terms and conditions)

    ^^^You have got to be kidding!




    •IMO:
    -You were responsible not only for the damages
    caused by the usage of that power washer, but
    for any other things that happen while any vehicle
    is...
  9. Re: Stupid question, rinseless wash alternative?

    Of course, in my opinion.


    Bob
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    Re: Been thinking to much

    •Careful:
    -Sure...you do have a lot of time on your hands;
    -but you sure don’t want to drive yourself “crazy”
    trying to squeeze a little more (and then a little
    more; and more; and more; etc.)...
  11. Re: Stupid question, rinseless wash alternative?

    Have you considered using your rinseless
    wash for interiors? Many people report that
    they use rinseless washes (RWs) on interiors.

    Optimum ONR, and McKee’s 37 N-914,
    are two that come to mind;...
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    Re: Questions about sealant choice

    I sure do.

    Keep in mind that the factors, that determine
    LSPs’ durability on my vehicles, will not only
    vary from vehicle to vehicle; but there’s a high
    probability that they will also vary...
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    Re: Questions about sealant choice

    Opti-Seal is a genuine last-step-product (LSP)...
    {ie: ”using opti seal as a base LSP is good”}

    :xyxthumbs:


    Bob
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    Re: 12V Battery problems

    •What does the amp gauge read?

    •Check for loose cables; and corrosion
    around the terminals.


    *********************************

    ...
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    Re: Been thinking to much

    IMO:
    In this case ”should” should not be the
    definitive word. Instead: can; will; why not...
    is more appropriate...amiright?


    •If WF stands for Wolfgang...then,
    I’ll say why not go with:...
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    Re: Can you use PERL with Opti seal

    IMO:
    It’s one or the other; not both.


    I was going to suggest Opti-Seal.

    :idea:
    Try Perl on one door card, and Opti-Seal
    on another one. See which one you prefer.
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    Re: Two great Netflix series

    RE: Great; and, Netflix.

    •In retrospect:
    -I should’ve realized that something
    was noticeably incongruous about
    this pairing from the start.


    Bob
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    Re: Layering Pinnacle Liquid Souveran Car Wax

    Since Pinnacle Souveran Liquid Spray Wax is
    recommended to be applied to clean surfaces,
    it is not what I would classify as being a ‘typical’
    (Quick) Detail Spray product (ie: a QD).


    IMO:...
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    Re: Overspray removal

    I’d at least give mild Clay a chance.

    You said you don’t want this:


    “Least aggressive first”. ~M.P.


    Bob
  20. Re: Ceramic coat water spots - removing it with D140 wheel brightener - safe? recommendations? dilution?

    •IMO:
    -An AIO, such as Klasse AIO, is a much “safer”
    product to use for water-spot removal from
    CQuartz UK 3.0, than Meguiar’s D140 will
    ever be—regardless its dilution ratio.

    RE: Klasse...
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    Re: Overspray removal

    If one looks close enough, isn’t CC paint
    also a “textured” plastic?


    Bob
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    Re: Removing wax/ polish from plastic.

    •I’ve used the following to remove Wax,
    etc., from black textured plastics:
    -Meguiar’s M39 Professional Heavy
    Duty Vinyl Cleaner;
    -Griot’s Garage Dried-on Wax Remover
    -P21S Total Auto Wash...
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    Re: Overspray removal

    Automotive Clay was purposefully invented
    for the removal of overspray.

    IMO:
    I’d give some mild Clay a try first, before
    taking it back to the shop. (That is, unless
    the repair was/still is...
  24. Re: Make Up Pads for applying Coatings to Wheels?

    Don’t forgot the pantyhose!


    Slip (pun intended) a make up pad inside
    the stocking. The make up pads will last
    way longer that way.

    :xyxthumbs:
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    Re: Dashboard cracks why?

    •IMO:
    -The appearance of one dash crack doesn’t
    necessarily mean that more are on the way.
    -And, though dash materials have evolved
    to be significantly better over the years, the
    actual...
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