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  1. Re: How best to negotiate with dealer for new car price ?

    This is my technique also. I'll also contact dealers in nearby cities, in my case Milwaukee or Chicago. You can generally tell who wants to move a car. If a car is super popular, nobody's going to...
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    Re: 2007 Range Rover Sport

    Yeah, that looks better, good work.
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    Re: Cleaning Fender wells (liner under the fender)

    I pretty much do what Eldorado does. Generally, I don't clean them, I just hit them with Meg's All-Season Dressing. Even when you clean them, you have tar remaining. That's problematic because the...
  4. Re: Before I start picking up a DA polisher I have a lot of unanswered questions ...

    I started with a Porter-Cable, but got tired of spending hours polishing. I bought a Flex and it cuts polishing time in half at least. The Porter-Cable is a good machine and I use it now with 3 inch...
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    Re: The Tesla Tractor is real

    With the cars, they have automated battery swap stations. You're low on juice, you drive to a station over over a pad covering an underground mechanism. The mechanism pulls your low battery out and...
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    Re: Which clay mitt?

    I prefer the mitts because they are easier to hang on to and not drop. I also use really soapy water plus a grit gard.
  7. Re: Looking for product for tires wheel wells and undercarriage

    I also use Meg's All-Season dressing for wheel wells. You don't even have to prep or wash the wells, just spray it on and it darkens it nicely. I might have to try the Hyper Dressing to compare.
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    Re: orange peel solutions?

    I had some orange peel from a repair. The denim pads w/ Meg's M105 took care of it quickly. Couple of things. 1.) The pads cut quickly, be careful. 2.) The pads become clogged and useless after just...
  9. Re: Found baby snake in front yard while raking leaves, can you ID what kind of snake ?

    Agreed.
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    Re: Whats your current protection for winter?

    I used HD Speed on approximately September 1. That will have to do.
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    Re: Sites to search for locations?

    My local real estate companies, the ones that sell homes, also sell small commercial properties. You can sort them on their websites.
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    Re: Use of M105/205 for headlight restoration?

    Second the above, 105/205 work well on headlights.
  13. Re: How to make front bumper cover flush/even with fender?

    This is a common problem on BMW 3-series, the corners become separated, just enough to become annoying to look at. With my car, I accessed the area by unclipping some panels in the wheel well. I...
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    Re: Poorboys Black Hole Glaze Question.

    In my opinion, Black Hole adds nothing to a well-polished car.
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    Re: Car wash at coin op and polish at home?

    I do this when my car is quite dirty. First I blast the big dirt and wheel wells off with the power washer. Then I wash with car with my bucket. If I'm going to polish, then I feed more dollars in...
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    Re: Portable rechargeable pressure washer

    I am considering a Worx Hydroshot because I actually like the fact that it has lower pressure than a plug-in electric or gas power washer. When I wash my car in the winter, I do it in my garage and...
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    Re: Recommend me a Battery Charger

    There was finally a recall on this item. The car is 6 years old, it took this long for acknowledgment of the problem, not impressed.
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    Re: Recommend me a Battery Charger

    I bought one for my son and myself. He has a Kia. Sometimes when he uses the automatic setting for his headlights, the headlights don't shut off when he parks the car, which drains the battery. I...
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    Re: Glaze.. Before or after sealant + wax?

    Skip the glazes entirely. Polishes and machines are so good now, you don't need them. If you want some extra pop, buy a good finishing polish, something like Menzerna SF-3800. Use the effort you...
  20. Thread: Jeweling wax?

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    Re: Jeweling wax?

    I missed Mike's post the first time around also. I read it and like the concept, but it was Carnauba, now I want a jeweling sealant.
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    Re: So Chemical Guys Eh?

    Wet Mirror Finish is a glaze? I bought some when I started detailing, I don't know why, probably because I liked the name. Then I tried to figure out what it was. Doesn't say on the label. Doesn't...
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    Re: Epic road trip... we took our polishers!

    Great work and a good read. Thanks.
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    Re: Does APC remove sealant?

    Highly likely it does, yes.
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    Re: Bug and Tar removal

    PB Bug Squash works well on bug guts, but works no better than my Meg's APC at 10:1.
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    Re: Very inconsistent

    "I used to keep customers in my contacts and contact them once a month had passed to see if their interested again. I stopped doing that because I felt like 1. If they want my services they have my...
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