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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Yeah, they work great, but try a carpet brush on a drill.. it's like comparing compounding by hand or by machine. Mike P loves it and I can see why.

    Almost everyone has a battery powered drill. ...
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    Re: Post Your Beading Shots!!!

    All beads are not created equal.:D
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    Re: Educate me on IK foam sprayers?

    I do the wheel barrels including the tires and wheels, so it takes about 3 (15 pumps) per wheel. So 3 X 15 X 4 = 180 strokes.

    If I was doing 2-3 cars a day, it would bother me.
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    Re: Educate me on IK foam sprayers?

    Nice thick foam, but requires a lot of pumping.
  5. Re: Fading paint on plastic bumper, need advice

    Have you looked into Solution Finish? It's to restore faded black plastic.
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    Re: The Post a Picture of Your Ride as it Sits Thread

    You should also have a snowblower blocking the Porsche.
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    Re: The Post a Picture of Your Ride as it Sits Thread

    You should also have a snowblower blocking the Porsche.
  8. Re: New product idea? Thick, temporary paint protection that is very easy to apply and remove

    I was going to suggest that Guz, but he might leave it uncoated for several weeks or even months during winter months.
  9. Re: New product idea? Thick, temporary paint protection that is very easy to apply and remove

    Your asking a lot, Skip..not that it doesn't exist, but wouldn't it be easier to protect it with a light spray sealant and re-polish when your ready to coat?
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    Re: T&C (also known as terms and conditions)

    That scale are in mils. I like to use microns, wider scale.
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    Re: T&C (also known as terms and conditions)

    On OEM paint that is in good condition I would say no less than 80 microns. Although OEM clear coat is thin..it takes a lot to remove a few microns.

    Measure your door jam or under the hood to get...
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    Re: T&C (also known as terms and conditions)

    Very carefully. LOL What would you do after wash?
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    Re: Question on new paint

    Most modern paint shops will heat bake the paint job making it safe to wax without waiting the traditional 30 days to out gas.
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    Re: T&C (also known as terms and conditions)

    Don't use a pressure washer on 20 yr. old paint and don't polish without a PG.
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    Re: A tip for good phone ettiquette

    :wowwow:
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    Re: The simplest thing can gain a customer.

    My point exactly.
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    Re: The simplest thing can gain a customer.

    Maybe if you answered your phone you would get even more customers. I don't mean to be sarcastic, but some people don't like talking to a machine, which includes me.
  18. Re: What are those speckles/pinholes on my paint surface

    I did and had to go to therapy.
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    Re: Been thinking to much

    If it needs it..remember every time you polish, you're removing clear coat.
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    Re: Been thinking to much

    Since its a detail spray and not a spray coating, I would say absolutely.
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    Re: Need a 1" polisher

    Second the Rupes Nano 1" in rotary mode for surgical polishing. IMO the 3mm orbital is worthless (stalls a lot), but the 12mm is awesome.
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    Re: Question on steam cleaner/ smoke removal?

    Most modern leather are coated. So no, the steam is not in direct contact with the leather. When cleaning leather with steam, you should use a leather cleaning tool that is wrapped with a...
  23. Re: Need help with clear coat degrading or oxidizing

    Along with the fishing line you will need heat. A hair dryer is safer than a heat gun.
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    Re: Been thinking to much

    It's all in the polishing my friend. Like you, I like to try different products. My paint is so protected it's bullet proof.:D.

    Car Pro's Finest 1 yr. ago. Various spray coating including...
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    Re: polishing aluminum with high speed polisher

    Is he around the forum 7 years later?
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