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    Re: Window cleaning question

    you could try to clay the inside of the window if it is something that has been left of by the dealer. Good luck
  2. Re: How many here are still using the Porter Cable DA?

    I have a couple of them and love them. Been using for longer than i care to admit 20+ years
  3. Thread: Purchase help

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    Purchase help

    Right now I have two porter cable 7424's, A Griots 3" and a Graiots 6" polishers. I have been detailing for over a dozen years and looking at a new polisher. what do you recommend? Flex? Rupes? or...
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    Re: Can I polish 3 week old paint

    Old school was 90 days but that was before paint was baked on during the drying process. If it is factory paint and you have just picked up your new vehicle yes for sure go agead. if you have had...
  5. Re: car soap before during or after 3-5 gallon of water?

    This works best for me
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    Re: Longest lasting AIO?

    I found that Zaino AIO lasts a long time
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    Re: Birdzilla ... CAUGHT ON CAMERA

    Go and buy a cheap snake. Put in on the car each night moving it to different locations. Birds are aftraid of snakes. I did this and it works. Snake does not even need to be proper colours.
  8. Thread: Blow dry?

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    Re: Blow dry?

    To save a accidental rub with the plastic end of the leaf blower I cut the end out of a beer cozy and tape it on with half of it sticking past the plastic. works great and cheap. No accidental contact
  9. Thread: Blow dry?

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    Re: Blow dry?

    If you blow off the car you can remove the water behind the emblems and mouldings as well as mirrors. After blowing it off dry with soft towel
  10. Re: How to remove wax stain from matte graphics?

    I know peanut butter will remove white residue from plastics. I would give it a spot try. The oils do remove the white residue and it does not return. Good luck
  11. Re: Accidentally got clay under vinyl stripes. How to remove?

    I agree with lots of lube so you do not marr
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    Re: Cermic coating vs. Pro ceramic coatings

    I agree I have not been impressed with local dealers and what they turn out. That being said it had been 16months or so since the vehicle was done. I had hoped for better results from a ceramic...
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    Re: Cermic coating vs. Pro ceramic coatings

    A little off topic but?? I am not convinced that either coating is worth the money. I detail on the side and did two identical vehicles that were just over a year old. One had a pro coating on from...
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    Re: what does 9H mean in relation to coating

    Has anyone tried it? Ease of use and durability?
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    Re: An experiment with an old bug

    Awesome job love the results very surprised
  16. Thread: Aio?

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    Re: Aio?

    I agree that it does have very little cutting more of light cleaning but great for the daily drivers. I find it does last quite a while.
  17. Thread: Aio?

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    Re: Aio?

    personall,y I like Zaino AIO, easy on easier off and long lasting with no white on plastic. Just my $0.02
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    Re: RV: How Many Pads?

    I use one for each side and one for front and back. 3 total. FYI and good luck
  19. Thread: Vacuum

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    Re: Vacuum

    Shop vac 6 hp with the smaller 1 1/2 inch hose adapter. Works great and is inexpensive. have a crevis tool, carpet tool and and dash soft tool. :)
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    Re: which AIO is easy to off?

    Zaino AIO and Meguiars both are easy on and off. Have not used others
  21. Poll: Re: Longest lasting Synthetic Paint Sealant for Daily Driver? (poll)

    Zaino
  22. Re: Still struggling with streaking- any suggestions?

    Some use vinegar and water and use a newspaper to remove. You could have some sort of buildup. If its on the outside pour Coke on it then rinse well. You could also try waxing. Once hazed it will...
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    Re: what's your weather currently like?

    -35 ####### cold
  24. Re: Who Uses a California Car Duster ? Are they safe ?

    Agree have been using for over 30 years and no ill effects
  25. Thread: Pad Cleaners

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    Re: Pad Cleaners

    For me i put some dawn and degreaser on the pads. Soak for a few minutes with warm water. Use power washer (not too close) and then bring into the laundry sink and rinse very well with warm water,...
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