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    Re: What did you do today non-detailing related?

    detailed up a new toy before heading out to put a few down range. The economy is doing good but occasionally one finds a deal to be had when the seller needs some money. 👍 I couldn't resist.

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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    So when your friend has his car being built and it sits outside and in a garage for months while the work is being done, it's only proper to help get the dust and garage smell out of it and the caked...
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    Re: Garage floor paint

    Epoxy but the key to it is to use one teamed with a Polyaspartic concrete coating. The ONLY one I would use would be to look into. Just like polishing the key is in the prep. Diamond polish the...
  4. Re: Craftsman 20 gallon air compressor oil less

    The key to compressors is the CFM needed and the run-time. Compressors like the ones we're looking at (not huge commercial ones) are designed around 50% run-time duty cycle. That is no more than...
  5. Re: Happy THANKSGIVING.

    Wishing everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving Day! I hope everyone spends some quality time with your families, enjoys a nice long weekend and has some fun, enjoy and travel safe.

    In prep. I called...
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    Re: Onr vs ech2o -methods

    I use a modified Gary method with my 16x16 towels folded in 1/8th's. Wipe/roll as you make a pass. With one towel, I can get 32 clean passes. Product wise, I have used ONR, ECH2O but fall-back...
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    Re: 2011 Ford Ranger Headlight Restoration

    Pics of what you're starting with?
  8. Thread: Embedded Hair

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    Re: Embedded Hair

    ^^ this. I have several tools for pet hair but the The Lilly is the best.
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    Re: Are you kidding me, dealer?!?

    I tape my sign to the outside driver side window and one to the dash or shifter area. I did create some hanging ones but they typically get pulled off by the techs and left on the seat. No...
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    Re: Mercedes C43 AMG

    Looks great. I just booked a detail for the 4 door version of this exact set up.
  11. Re: Tesla Paint is interesting. What is your take on it?

    I can't recall all the details but overall I compound with LC Blue Wool on my Flex 3401 with ClearCut. Typically it only takes a 3-4 passes, not much. Polishing wise, typically Yellow Mille Pads...
  12. Re: Tesla Paint is interesting. What is your take on it?

    I've not heard either way in regards to their paint. No, no issues on black.



    Here's a more recent black 3. It wasn't too bad. Essence only on this one
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  13. Re: Tesla Paint is interesting. What is your take on it?

    Hmmm.....I've done a number of them without issue. CarPro ClearCut on one for compound, but the polish has been either CarPro Essence or GYEON's Primer as all of them were coated. Never a Model...
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    Re: Did I wet sand through my clear coat?

    I think it's really important that people realize the delicate nature clear coat presents. I think the general understanding is that it's very thick when it's really just a whisper. I also think...
  15. Re: 1997 Mitsu Montero aka Battle Cruiser Get's Cleaned up

    lambskin covers. they have been on there for 10 years. actually they were pretty clean overall believe it or not. I hit them with the Velocity Vac and it pulled up the fibers from being matted to...
  16. Re: 12 Tips To Instantly Up Your Car Detailing Game!

    Love that little red Lilly Tool
    Agree too on mouth and nose protection. Chemicals and atomized gunk and dust is never good to breath in.
  17. 2011 Toyota Get's it's Interior brought back

    A couple weeks ago, I got a last minute call from a friend and fellow member on with my Racing Club to detail the interior of a new-to-him Toyota Minivan. Long story short they have rental...
  18. Re: Providing some input on my Tornador Experiences

    Posting up a few recent clean ups using the Tornador System:


    1997 Mitsu Montero aka Battle Cruiser Get's Cleaned up

    2011 Toyota Get's it's Interior brought back
  19. 1997 Mitsu Montero aka Battle Cruiser Get's Cleaned up

    So a local car-guy with a few toys has a 1997 Mitsu Montero with nearly 212k miles on the clock that his wife uses when she goes into work thus protecting her 2016 MBZ 450 from the abuse of a tight...
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    Re: Rotary carpet brush. Polisher or Drill

    I like the cordless drill system. Smaller, nimble, easy to use, pop on and off your cordless drill just like bits. You can get a set of 3-4 various sized around for cheap.
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    Re: Portable Air compressor

    It's too small. Will run constantly with a Tornador and you'll end up burning it up.
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    Re: Portable Air compressor

    What tools are you using with it?
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    Re: Picked up a new car!

    He enjoyed it. I think for sure knowing it’s “his” vs a customer’s car had a lot to do with his interest. He is after all a mere teen right? He polished and coated the windows and wheels on...
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    Re: Picked up a new car!

    Here are some final pics. It's on the road now with plates and insurance and a new driver enjoying it.

    https://pbase.com/timothylauro/image/169874259/original.jpg

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    Re: Ideal lighting set up?

    Looks like you have room to put whatever you up then. Fireplace nook ;)

    Lots of times we see garages that are already full and owners are working with an existing set up that can't change back...
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