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  1. Re: FACEBOOK Group! Auto Detailing 101 Powered By Autogeek

    Have yet to join Facebook or Twitter. Now I may have too...........
  2. Re: The two reasons WHY you should always do a Test Spot before buffing out any car

    Thanks. I'm sure others would be interested also.

    I see you were pretty busy with a lot of posts at the end of the year.
  3. Re: The two reasons WHY you should always do a Test Spot before buffing out any car

    Mike

    Will you be adding to this post?
  4. Re: Pinnacle Black Label Diamond Wheel Coating - Chemical Resistance

    I would like to hear everyone's thoughts on this also. I have been wondering how any brand of coating stands up against wheel cleaners.
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    Re: Winter maintenance

    That wouldn't be to bad if he would of gave you a few pounds of pork.:xyxthumbs:
  6. Re: What are mistakes you have made looking for a detailer? A detailing service?

    I was brought up to never let anyone do anything that you can do. Anyone can detail a car to a certain level. Just know your limits and don't expect a "Show Car Finish". I was a member of this forum...
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    Re: Old glass cleaning trick - revisited

    Curious, what all has everyone used the Magic Eraser's for when it comes to detailing?
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    Re: Explain something to and old dummy!!

    dman,

    I just sent you a PM with a dilution chart, hope it helps you out.
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    Re: Meguiars comes into the Ceramic age.

    Has anyone got to play with any of these yet?
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    Re: Winter maintenance

    Hi Bobby, I'm sure you are probably getting that bad weather already.

    I have heard good and bad about them. The bad is that the soap is so strong it starts to eat away at what ever wax/sealant you...
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    Re: Using Iron-X in a rinseless wash situation?

    So I guess it's like Peroxide, once it stops bubbling, it's done it's business.......
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    Re: Antique Car Detailing Clay

    Has anyone used the Britemax clay bar?
  13. Re: Please Help Me With A Long Term Protection Plan For My New Truck.

    I have 2 White vehicles. I have tried different products being a detailing addict, but Finish-Kare 1000p seems to give it a glassy look that other products don't. And the durability is awesome. You...
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    Re: Antique Car Detailing Clay

    Zip-loc baggie. Maybe that will save you the $250. I threw the extra $50 in because you would have to take her out after running all over Bed Bath & Beyond. That's from college shopping there for my...
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    Re: Using Iron-X in a rinseless wash situation?

    Just wondering. i have only used an Iron remover once. There's just something in my head about the word's "Iron Remover" that I haven't used it more. And I have 6 bottles sitting on the shelf in the...
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    Re: Getting Into the Little Areas

    Mike,

    What about the big dollar cars you do? Or maybe one your doing for a Concour's. I figured not the everyday driver, but these I would think it would get done.
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    Re: Getting Into the Little Areas

    If you have a Meijers near you, you might check around the car care aisle. I came across a bag of about 100 Q-tips (about 5 different sizes). I think it was about $7.
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    Re: Meguiars comes into the Ceramic age.

    My daughter went to school in Cleveland. After the first couple of trips we started to rent something to take her and pick her up instead of screwing our vehicles up due to the roads having potholes...
  19. Re: Drying aid after applying Hydro Blue Sio2 coating.....

    Meguiars is also showing a new line of SIO2 products for consumer and their Detailer line. With Nick coming out with this and Meguiars joining in, I'm sure they put the research into it before...
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    Re: McKee's 37 SiO2 Series

    Besides the difference in durability, I wonder what the difference is in this one and the current coating they have.
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    Re: Thinking of getting a black car, that crazy?

    I have owned 3 solid black vehicles, now I own 2 White. Stays clean looking longer, but not as impressive as a dark color after washing them. After I got rid of each black one I said never again and...
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    Re: Meguiars comes into the Ceramic age.

    Agree with you on the real world testing. But I think sometimes they give you a idea of how well it can hold up. Especially, if someone takes their car to a Swril-a-matic instead of hand washing it...
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    Re: Meguiars comes into the Ceramic age.

    I saw where not only are they coming out with the professional products, but the consumer ones also.
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    Re: Griots One Step Sealant Mini-Review

    I bought this and a few of their other products a few years back. I haven't been impressed with any of them, especially for the price. I might of also got about 2 months out of it is that. There are...
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    Re: Blackfire One-step vs. Mckee's37 360 AIO

    Will have to give this a try. While I was searching for Citra-blast, I even found how to make your own using vinegar and citrus peels. Wonder how that would clean with the vinegar mixed in?
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