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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Thank you Chris. Good information. I enjoy your products.
  2. Re: How to tell if ceramic coating is failing (regular toppers)

    Some top, some don’t. Some want the coating so that dont have to touch the car or so they can enjoy the coating stand-alone. Others can’t stop touching the car or want to play with new products. ...
  3. Re: How to tell if ceramic coating is failing (regular toppers)

    And you may still see beading change when the coating is failing a lot. The toppers may bead differently when the base coating is no longer being a good anchor. But only people who stare at water...
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    Re: Paint Correction? or Just Seal and Wax?

    Looks nice! Decided not to use the Iron Remover/clay?
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    Re: What is liquid glass ?

    I have Liquid Glass that I purchased in 2016. The can states that it will last a lifetime if the cap is sealed properly. It’s one of those sealants that claim you can layer it over and over, 4...
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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    The AG description needs some major editorial review, but the sheeting attribute seems interesting. I’d be curious if it is recommended as a topper for their existing coating(s) / ceramics.
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    Re: Those who experience snow.

    Adding a link to a discussion happening now about undercarriage washing. I agree that keeping cars cold will impact rusting due to water/salt the least... but tomorrow in PA the weather will go...
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    Re: Ceramic coating on my Race car (dragster)

    My advice: get WG SiO2 Rinseless Wash, it’s a concentrate. Use that for all your WW/QD needs, it’s a great value and it’s within the PBMG family. It leaves behind a little gloss but not as...
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    Re: cleaner for undercarriage

    Yeah, and I didn’t mean to say no one should try it if they have time and don’t want to spend, I just know that I’m good at building/making things that break or plain suck...
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    Re: cleaner for undercarriage

    The price of the Salt-Away kit isn’t bad when searching for the chemical and mixer externally... shipping pushes it slightly higher but I was trying to get them to do combined shipping.

    I have...
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    Re: do not want to drive my clean van ?

    Just reiterating what we all go through... I always wanted to “save” my cleaned vehicles especially early in my hobby because it seemed like a lot of work. But then I realize the satisfaction of...
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    Re: cleaner for undercarriage

    Ive also been in touch with them since yesterday. So I think it’s legit.
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    Re: Ceramic coating on my Race car (dragster)

    Using Slick Mist won’t hurt the coating but has potential to mask its’ positive benefits. With that said, I would get used to the coating for at least a few weeks, then try an application of Slick...
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    Re: Ceramic coating on my Race car (dragster)

    I’m not Mike P. but couldn’t help suggesting that you don’t need the PBL Prep Spray if you aren’t going to do an abrasive polish. PBL Surface Cleansing Lotion (which I think is the polish you are...
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    Re: cleaner for undercarriage

    Im in a similar boat as OP, but I don’t have the nice tools: pressure washer, undercarriage attachment. I need to do SOMETHING though. I’m thinking maybe spray an APC, hose rinse, spray Feynlab...
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    Re: How often is too much for waxing.?

    Is anyone reading this far? Maybe I’m missing an analogy, but I feel there was a switcharoo to skin-hair care and it’s cracking me up, lol.
  17. Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    ONR in a spray bottle fits the bill for a wipe down. No need to drench the car, I just meant use WW or QD and give it a wipe down(with a microfiber or two) to remove the dust right before you...
  18. Re: Turtle Wax Hybrid Spray Coating - Are the reviews misleading?

    ^^ call him out like this: @WillSports3
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    Re: CanCoat Questions

    I throw applicators and save buff towels for dirty jobs, not to touch paint again (my preferred caution).

    Per bottle, you will get 5 or more regular sedans worth doing two coats apiece, IMO.
  20. Re: Overwhelmed With Options (New Car Protection)

    Suggest doing a waterless wash or heavy QD wipe prior starting the G9, since dust likely will settle in this amount of time.
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    Re: Question for you guys who live in a blizzard..

    Not sure you meant “freezing” but I had 3-4 coats of M37 Tire Coating put on my winter tires before mounting in December. They still look great after I just did a trek to Boston and back in a...
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    Re: Turtle Wax Graphene

    I think you are right about the Max Wax base and Graphene Flex spray wax. Your car should always be protected if you keep adding Flex layers. You probably just want to polish to remove grime and...
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    Re: 303 Graphine review!

    I think the car is still dirty and all I take from the picture is that 303 protection still exists... unless that’s dirty UK or TAC that is causing the beads. I don’t mean this takeaway in a...
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    Re: Behold ... 29 Year-old BC / CC Paint !

    Nice car and post.
    Do you recall the polish and LSP you used to use? Or only washing and trim?

    It’s remarkable what a little bit of care and maintenance (even if it ended 15 years ago) will do...
  25. Thread: 845 Recoat

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    Re: 845 Recoat

    I would polish yearly and just not use D156 2+ weeks before 845. But you could try the paint prep as well.
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