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    Re: Help with micro swirling

    The Flex's forced or gear driven rotation is certainly more aggressive than a free spinning orbital. Machine "action", along with the abrasives and pads can result in micromarring. I'm leaning...
  2. Re: Looking pretty good but still not satisfied!

    Like MagsH2 said, I would want to give it a full regular wash with light agitation after foaming if that's your preferred method. I foam first, let it sit a minute or two and then LIGHTLY agitate to...
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    Re: Help with micro swirling

    Welcome into the discussion, mirrorimageky!

    Sorry to hear you're having difficulty. Did you first do a test spot with Presta?

    I don't have any experience with that brand as it's not sold at...
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    Re: Hello from Europe, Hungary!

    Welcome Mate!

    I enjoy using both Menzerna and Sonax products with my Flex 3401. I am sure they are readily available where you are if Autogeek ordering is difficult. With the abrasive advances...
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    Re: Hang in there Ronkh!

    Keep fighting, Ronnie! We're behind you.
  6. Thread: Abarth Museum

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    Re: Abarth Museum

    I'd kill to buff out that 104 or F8.
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    Re: Customer’s Truck Arrives Muddy

    I haven't noticed anything more than a few weeks of protection from HD Speed. I also top it with Coll 845 to extend the protection. I, like PaulMys, do like the clean/light cutting properties of...
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    Re: ‘95 Dodge Viper Kiwi Style.

    Stunning work, as usual mate. I hope your customer's are paying for not only the highest quality of work BUT ALSO the knowledge to suggest less than 100% full cutting to preserve that 19 year old...
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    Re: 2019 Shelby GT350

    Wow! Gorgeous patient, Doc.

    Those wheels took a bunch of balance weight! LOVE those Pilot Sport Cup 2's on it. Also the CF interior trim.

    I would've grabbed it too with the off spec painted...
  10. Re: Catching up! Brand new G550, 06 GTO, Challenger RT, 2500 High Country

    Beautiful work, Justin. Welcome back after a brief vacay.

    Looked like you guys got some FL weather up there for a bit!
  11. Re: How to use a Degreaser to clean your engine compartment - BLACKFIRE Super Degreaser Review

    An awesome tutorial!
  12. Re: Been a while since I've been behind the machine - Looking for advice

    You are all set to pick up right where you left off. Do some test spots with the equipment you have and let simple machine weight tell you how effective it is. Audi's have always been on the harder...
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    Re: 25% Off + Free shipping

    Thanks again, Mike.
  14. Re: Is ceramic coating or paint correction necessary for me?

    There are many different types of final protection for vehicle paint but they are generally categorized into 3 categories...organic waxes, synthetic sealants and coatings. I don't use anything on...
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    Re: Dressing Faded Rubber Trim Around Windows

    Yes, and like Mike just said, frequent applications is the key.
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    Re: Masking for Iron-X

    I have never considered the need to tape anything before using a ferrous removing product. I have a variable nozzle on my ferrous spray bottle and narrow it down for wheels. I try to avoid the...
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    Re: 1993 Porsche Targa

    I noticed those too, lokerola! Looks like they spin too.
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    Re: 10 Year Autogeek Anniversary

    Thank you, Mike, for sharing your passion and commitment with us. You have the highest level of credibility for me because you certainly do "walk the talk". Every day for way more than 10 years!
  19. Thread: Forum Spammers

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    Re: Forum Spammers

    Thank you, Mike. Your efforts in combatting the bad is appreciated by the good.
  20. Re: Small garage and just got new car HELPP!!!!

    And make sure you are all the way in the garage before hitting the door closer!
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    Re: Introducing Autogeek Reward Miles

    I'm in! Thanks Meghan.
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    Re: Any baseball fans on AGO?

    Totally agree with you, Paul. The only benefit I see to it is for the remaining roster at home to get the chance to recuperate and enjoy a brief vacay from the long season.
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    Re: Car washing mistakes

    Years ago I know I exerted too much pressure with my wash mitt. Now it's a gentle and light approach not only washing but drying too.
  24. Re: Pressure washing under neath the car.. HELP any attachments?

    You'll probably find a pretty continuous under tray on your BMW. I have one on my 3 Series and it not only makes it easy to clean but protects the under guts from getting too filth laden. I do...
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    Re: How to Handle This Bird Bomb

    From my aviation background I am all too familiar with bird strikes. Yup, they suck.
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