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    Re: Favorite car smell?

    Sonax Dashboard Cleaner is the only smell in my car.
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    Re: Headlight Restoration-new UV sealant idea

    You can install paint protection film after polishing, and it will keep them from yellowing almost indefinitely.
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    Re: 3 vehicles you hate detailing

    The original Humvy is difficult with all the rivets in the body work. Mercedes galeandewagens are also extremely difficult.
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    Re: HELP - Bird Crap Damage to paint !

    It's likely that it has been damaged, and will need to be wetsanded and polished to remove. Bring it by my shop in Lynnwood, and I can probably take care of it for you pretty quickly.


    John
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    Re: Good home security/surveillance systems?

    PM sent.
  6. Re: Sacrificial Barrier Coating = The purpose of a wax or synthetic paint sealant

    This reminds me of Xzilon. This is precisely why you can spray paint on a car, and rub it off, as it is only sticking to the silicone. Unfortunately, you can't do it twice in the same spot.
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    Re: Dodo Juice SPIN DOCTOR?

    Not coming to US for a while.
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    Re: Don't wax your car for at least 30 days!

    Excellent write-up Mike. I however have not heard of a wax causing fish eyes, shouldn't it be pretty solid after it's been through the bake booth? I could be wrong, just not familiar. Usually if...
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    Re: My PTG won't read my hood.

    Most PTG will read on metal bodied, or non metal bodied. Doesn't matter if the car is aluminum or steel.
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    Re: Without using a PTG..

    Paint thickness gauges that read layers only work on non metal bodied cars. Unfortunately one is not available yet for metal bodied cars that I know of.


    John
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    Re: Best LSP for a "Joe Blow" Daily Driver

    Since you already have 915, just be sure to prep the paint by claying, or polishing and claying, then apply two coats of 915 and you'll be in good shape.
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    Re: Review: Sonax Dashboard Cleaner matte finish

    Nice review on Sonax's best product.
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    Re: Good detailing mist?

    Dodo Juice Red Tropical Mist is the best and easiest to use IMO. It does not leave streaks behind.


    John
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    Re: colored wax?

    You could also go over the car with a spray sealant afterwards. Should get any remainings off.


    John
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    Re: Paint work cleaner recommendations

    Menzerna Top Inspection sounds like exactly what you're looking for. I use it in my shop all the time.
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    Re: Looks like I've some reviewin' to do!

    Nicely done.
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    Re: cash is king

    You gotta take credit cards. Costco has a good deal, make sure to get a debit keypad with it, as debit is even cheaper. Having a credit card machine on hand can make or break a deal on a $1500...
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    Re: Red 96' Porsche

    Classic aircooled. Well technically it's oil cooled with 12.5 quarts of oil.
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    Re: Red 96' Porsche

    Excellent work. That 993 looks dripping wet. Was it single stage paint?


    John
  20. Re: Detailed: 1998 Mercedes Benz E430 - BLACK!!!

    Fantastic work. That 040 black looks dripping wet in the sun.


    John
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    Re: Leatherique vs. Connelly Leather

    Connelly is strictly for untreated leather, and works on the same principal as Leatherique, must be heated up, and worked in all day. Both are fantastic products, but Leatherique also works well on...
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    Re: Seattle Detailers

    We manage to stay busy year round here in Seattle. Interior details get more popular in the winter, and exterior in spring and summer though.


    John
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    Re: New Member - Wax Tester

    Zymol and Swissvax are fantastic waxes in my opinion, they have a great look, but you already have Supernatural. Supernatural keeps up with Zymol and Swissvax until you spend about $1000+ for a jar....
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    Re: How To: Wheels and Tires (Video)

    Good video, and nicely edited. Nice job.


    John
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    Re: Need advice for garage floor coating

    I prefer the polished and stained look myself. It won't ever peel.


    John
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