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  1. Re: What's everyone's thoughts on the Covid-19 situation?

    Agree with NJNinja.
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    Re: Sonax PNS - multiple coats?

    Not a big fan of PNS ( one coat) as bird bombs eat eat right through it in no time). If I am at work and car gets bird bombed I find PNS provides light protection. Yes, I know you are suppose to...
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    Re: 2021 Tesla Model 3

    Great recovery! Some dealers are a disaster in the car prep arena
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    Re: Best winter washing method

    Another suggestion: All of our outdoor hoses are put away for winter. Leave the crud on the vehicle until it gets above freezing, use a portable pressure washer that has a built in tank (Sunjoe makes...
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    Re: Getting Clay out of PPF

    Keep us posted as I am going to get the front end of Car Coated in PPF ( when ever it shows up). I do like your DOE ( design of experiment) / plan of attack
  6. Re: How to turn a piece of coal into a black diamond...

    Always look forward to your Porsche posts, nice work ! I am still waiting on my Carrera S ( Nov delivery if they find the needed chips)
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    Re: Ed's Shop Build Thread

    Wishing you the best on your next adventure in life!
  8. Thread: New F250

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    Re: New F250

    A black F250 is a ton of real estate to keep on top of (especially in the winter).
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    Re: 2015 F-150 gets a major cleanup.

    Nice save! I have a very similar F150 and we take it down muddy dirt roads with kayaks and fishing gear loaded in the bed.
    It can take a good 4 hours to clean up after a day on the trail (almost...
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    Re: Thank you Mike Phillips

    Holy cow ! Mike wishing you the best on all your travels. Going to one of Mike’s classes got me started in detailing and haven’t looked back ( except at my bank account and wondered why my piggy bank...
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    Re: Donít want to break forum rules

    Yes, it was a great duo. Then Covid hit and wasn’t driving to work but 2 to 3 days a week

    And finally ended up with an allocation for a Carrera S and used sport car prices went up significantly....
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    Re: Donít want to break forum rules

    Thanks for the information much appreciated
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    Re: Donít want to break forum rules

    MS: I am at the Lake this weekend but will put a list together for you when back in AUDUBON next week
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    Re: Donít want to break forum rules

    All the remaining supplies are not typically used on my other 2 vehicles or boat which are ceramic coated, so no need to keep them.
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    Donít want to break forum rules

    Let me know if this is appropriate ( moderator please remove if inappropriate). I have sold both the M4 n CaymanS which were both non ceramic coated so have plenty of Autogeek supplies that I do not...
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    Re: Blackfire pro ceramic

    Totally agree, low nap works best. Let us know how it works out.
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    Re: Blackfire pro ceramic

    I typically use the Edgeless green polishing towels (cobra) or similar , and typically 1 per panel, folded twice so always flipping towel side ( about10, that get thrown in a bucket of water as I...
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    Re: Blackfire pro ceramic

    I have noticed the same with flash time and noticed Depending on the air temperature and humidity it flashes differently. Most of the time it was 45 seconds to 1.5 minutes, no longer or high spots...
  19. Re: Is anyone using cordless pressure washers like this one?

    I use the Worx hydroshot for the final rinse with DI ( I cut the top off a 1 gallon jug of distilled water n drop the nd in ). I can rinse my whole F150 with it.
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    Re: Solvent Pop, Factory Defect?

    Ugh not good. I brought my Speed Master Swirl Finder Detailer Light when I picked up my 2016 metallic grey BMW M4 , the dealer let me go at it to inspect the paint I heard of to many horror stories)....
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    Re: What's the last form of exercise you've done?

    Started back with men’s league/beer league ice hockey ( my senior citizen hip is not happy). Also, summer is in full swing up here in NE Pennsylvania so wakeboarding, slalom skiing and wake surfing...
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    Re: Good Luck Yancy!

    Safe travels on your new adventure. Thanks for all the great videos, etc
  23. Re: Ever worked in a jewelry store or pawn shop? Know anything about buying and selling scrap gold?

    If it sounds to good to be true it is to good to be true
  24. Re: Lexus IS-F Comes to Cbus from Indiana for Ceramic

    Nice blue , nice work. My wife has a 2014 IS350 that I ceramic coat every other year, still looks like new and runs awesome {just drove from Philly to Colorado} and car bug juice cleaned up nice...
  25. Thread: Bird bombs

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    Re: Bird bombs

    I have found best bird bomb protection to be ceramic coatings.( Profi, GTech from experience). Waxes n Sealant s offer very little protection, except for Colinite. Still best to remove asap.
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