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  1. Re: How to prevent leather seats from looking like this

    So, I've started to learn the art of leather repair out of necessity for fixing my own car. If you're BMW has Pigmented leather; characterized by uniform color and pattern, doesn't scratch easy...
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    Re: So this increased my MPG

    Similar, I run Marvel Mystery Oil in my car and my airplane. I noticed the performance increase, cleaner cylinders, cleaner valves, and overall better smoothness to the engine in the car. I also toss...
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    Re: So this increased my MPG

    There is a nice lead substitute made by motor medic I use for my unleaded airplane fuel. Adds just that nice little bump of cushion for the valves. MMO for the win too

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  4. Re: Deep talk about wheel cleaners - alkaline, acid, pH levels

    Depends on the alloy they are made from. Some react with different alkalines and acids but not others.

    If you want to know for sure, check the acid type in the Wheel Brightener then call your...
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    Re: Small garage and just got new car HELPP!!!!

    So, I have a slight knack for getting big vehicles in small places thanks to a wonderful Air Force Vacation. We would have to back the 6,000 Gallon fuel trucks (Oshkosh R-11 anyone?) into a tent...
  6. Re: All I can say is WOW! I couldn’t believe my eyes.

    I think the OP is simply stating that we as detailers can look down on products because they aren't premier brands when in reality, they do a fine job. Do I believe in the products sold by AG, you...
  7. Re: Best products for new cars that go through automatic car washes frequently?

    What are you looking to accomplish? If you just want clean, well keep on keeping on my man!

    If you want to keep the swirls and marring down after undergoing a paint correction, apply a paint...
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    Re: Operation outdoor kitchen coat!

    It looks great!! What coating did you use?

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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    You hit the nail on the head. If I'm working a curve I'm more inclined to just grab a different tool for the job that does it better. Maybe if it's a super small area and I don't want to grab the 3...
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    Re: What's better than Rain-X?

    McKee's claims 12 months regular use. I've seen a lot of reviews range from 9-14 months. There's a lot of environmental factors. For me, in the Mid West, the coating made way more sense on the bigger...
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    Re: What's better than Rain-X?

    I have been a long time RainX user and very happy with my results. I just hate every four to six weeks applying it to a Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee so I switched to McKee's 37 Glass Coating and...
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    Re: New passport dilema

    My dad just had to do this. Same exact thing. DOS said he needed the official one so he had to contact the county he was born in.

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    Re: New passport dilema

    For both my Military and Civilian passports I submitted my original certificate and it was mailed back to me. Make a photocopy for personal records in case you need it during the three week turn...
  14. Re: Recommend me some tire cleaners that won't brown my tires please!

    I personally have the Meguiars non acid wheel and tire cleaner and it does a very good job for myself and my family as we live on a dirt road. I clean them till the foam is white (sometimes it takes...
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    Re: Carpet Protector?

    Ok so here's a question and I'm in a very similar boat (except mine is leaky some days). Is the 303 Marine fabric protect ok for car interiors? I see it says for "outdoor use" but AG sells it and...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    Mines a lot like the Griots. But I haven't had an issue with stalling to need to look into a solution. I doubt I will except maybe in the Ram 1500 and a couple spots on the plane; but at that point,...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    I'll keep it in mind! I doubt I will though unless I take on a lot more work. The 21mm makes quick work of a car and mine doesn't vibrate too much.

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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    Truth be told, after tackling a 3in rotary on my pillars without issue, I kind of regret my 21mm throw and wish I opted for a rotary [emoji28] I think as long as you keep it moving with the right pad...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    I never saw the technique video there but I guess I did it intuitively if I ran into a problem, but I honestly don't remember even having one.

    I'm like you DR, I use my 21mm DA for a lot of my...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    What kind of curves are you working? Everyone seems to have a different definition. When I was shopping brands I leaned heavy towards Griots due to price and ability (the winner not from AG sadly had...
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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    The 21mm I bought isn't sold by Autogeek sadly but I did not have any bog down or stall on the Lincoln LS I buffed with an LC flat pad and the thin pro.

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    Re: 6in Orbital to 15mm

    Thank you for your support! I love what I get to do for bug blue (it's actually drill weekend for me).

    I did jump to a 21mm orbital and love it! It made fast work with D-166 on a car that had...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    "Washed" the fuel trucks today at drill. I'm half tempted to bring my detail gear with me and have at ithttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190519/d634275b261faf1bc6c2fbcdeb31ffc6.jpg

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    Re: 3D Prints for Detailing

    I'm going to start designing a blade drying wand for my blower (home made) I'm assembling next week. I haven't been able to find anything commercial that would work and this is a great idea!

    Sent...
  25. Re: Deep talk about wheel cleaners - alkaline, acid, pH levels

    Now that is cool! I'll run some calculations later


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