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  1. Thread: Autopia

    by David Fermani
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    Re: Autopia

    Hereís a work around to go on:
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    Home page isnít working. Go to: Autopia Forum - Auto Detailing & Car Care Discussion Forum
  2. Review: 3D Paint Coating and 3D One Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

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    As you can see from the date stamps, I helped Tunch/3D test their version of a ceramic coating for many years....
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    Re: The World is About to Change

    Sorry, no pics to share. Streaking is usually from not applying enough product and not leveling it properly. It can surely be tricky, but can be eliminated with technique. Plus, you can refine it...
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    Re: The World is About to Change

    CCR certainly is a revolutionary product. So far Iíve used it to darken paint burns on CC, camouflage chipping on front ends of vehicles, bug etching on single stage paint and on areas of thin paint....
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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Sorry, yes....HDS.

    And no, I’m no longer affiliated with 3D/HD (been about a year),but still use many of their products.

    David Fermani No Longer Part of 3D/HD Products
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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Please know that I have no vested interest in this product/company....
    I don’t know how it could get any easier. We use it in direct sunlight on 90+ degree days and it performs and removes...
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    Re: HD speed vs Megs D166

    Makes total sense to me!
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    Re: HD speed vs Megs D166

    I'm referring to every category that this product can perform in and do so at top tier levels. But, if you had to rank the category of longevity, I'd rank it last in order of importance. How long...
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    Re: HD speed vs Megs D166

    HD Speed has been dominating this segment for well over the last 5 years. Glad to see Megs finally bringing a product like this to market. There's been many products that have tried to compete (even...
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    Re: HD Speed now costs more

    Prices go up, not down typically. Don't worry about how much a product costs. Worry about how much it makes you.
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    Re: How to clean inside door and jambs

    No need for me to re-read as I got your point the 1st time around. Like I said I've never heard anyone use distilled water on door jambs. Seems like complete overkill, but if you think it makes a...
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    Re: How to clean inside door and jambs

    Not if you're careful and can control your blast zone with the right fan and angle of your spray.
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    Re: How to clean inside door and jambs

    Distilled water for door jambs huh? That's a 1st reading this.

    It kinda depends on the door jamb and how dirty it is? Sometimes pressure is a must have, but agitation solves most dirty jobs along...
  14. Re: Is IPA wipe down necessary after yellow/white products?

    Overall, I'd have to say no wipedown is needed unless there's real world documentation that the protectant you're using requires one. Otherwise, see which pad gives you the best final finish and do...
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    Re: How to clean inside door and jambs

    Absolutely. Preferably a power washer.
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    Re: Ridgid Vacuums

    We have about a dozen Rigid vacs in our shop and some last for years while others crap out in a couple months. It depends on how they're maintained? Avoid leaving water in the holding tank. It will...
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    Re: How to clean inside door and jambs

    Pre-soak with an APC, hand wash with a retired wash mitt and rinse.
  18. Re: How do I take care of new car leather interior?

    Because the amount of buildup that *may* accumulate over this time period on your leather is so minuscule that I feel itís a non-issue. And Iím willing to bet that in your carís case that the soiling...
  19. Re: How do I take care of new car leather interior?

    Unless the car owner is exposed to dirty environments that will lead the interior to rapid soiling, brand new leather doesnít need a dedicated cleaner on a regular basis. Itís really overkill in my...
  20. Re: How do I take care of new car leather interior?

    Yes. If you give your leather a damp towel wipe down when you're doing your regular washes (weekly or every other) it should only need a period checmical cleaning perhaps maybe once per year...
  21. Re: Have you ever stopped doing a vehicle that's too bad?

    Ditch the steamer and honestly even the extractor once you get your cleaning proces down. That might be fine on cream puffs, but anything dirtier will need some good ole fashion scrubbing. Process...
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    Re: IronX and Paint Chips?

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like the part in this picture is plastic (i.e. won't rust).








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    Re: To ceramic or wax ?

    Coat it and then apply a layer of wax when want to feel warm and fuzzy. Best of both worlds.
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    Re: Mold in Car Interior- Cleaning Tips?

    In all honesty, please just go to your local janitorial supply company and get their suggestions. They'll be able to help you closely, see the problem even and help follow the repair to its full and...
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    Re: Mold in Car Interior- Cleaning Tips?

    Remember, mold grows and thrives in dark damp places without air movement. Sounds like your car was a perfect breading ground for this to happen.

    You need to get a dedicated anti-microbial...
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