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  1. Re: Proper Procedure for Carpet Cleaning/Stain Removal using an extractor

    Pre-treat the entire carpet. Avoid excessive pH levels. 10 is as high as I would go. Use quality commercial products. If you use any type of APC (not necessarily the best route) be sure to get...
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    Re: 2011 WRX Paint Correction

    Welcome and enjoy the learning curve as it's certainly fun.

    Good news is the Subi's are easy to correct. Product is key but I would suggest a light polishing or AIO pad. Green is good for what...
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    Re: What will your next ride be?

    ^^ had my first ride in one a few weeks back. Buddy bought a lower mile 2013 loaded for under $18k and it's on-par ride wise with an S-Class. I don't say that lightly either. Interior was...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Cleaned up all three exteriors this morning, cut the grass and BBQ'd good food and downed some home made IPA a customer gave me for lunch. #SuburbanDadRoutine
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    Re: CanCoat Application Problems

    Sorry to hear. High-spots can be a PIA but what you're going through in terms of a learning curve.....well, lots of people experience it. I'm sure Mike can chime in and I'll see if I can link...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Nice job. FWIW, cloudy days are absolutely the best for checking coatings for high spots on dark finishes. You can see smears and high spots in sun yes, but your eyes will pin point to reduce...
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    Re: Ed's Shop Build Thread

    Not sure I follow you on the dry/wet thing? The velocity vac can be used with liquids. The Key to the bearing set is to clean them after every use with WD40. Don't let them dry out with the...
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    Re: 2019 Porsche GT3RS

    Awesome work and car. They have the BEST interiors. Looking forward to outdoor pics.
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    No exciting pics but I did clean ALL Three of our cars inside, from a good window cleaning down to a Tornador Velocity Vacuum of the interior and leather treatment in all three too.

    A...
  10. Re: Any final suggestions before I sell this smelly car?

    Chlorine Dioxide Tablets. 300% better than any spray or even ozone. Takes about 40 minutes to fog the car. First 20 minutes get you started, then at that point Start the vehicle and put the...
  11. Re: Okay, all pro's out there.....help me with a GOOD extractor - Mytee ??

    Sneak peak at my new beast. A private label 6 gal Sandia.
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200919/c2ec494df9cb50ab89bc068c643b2ca9.jpg

    Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
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    Re: What will your next ride be?

    Audi. It's wonderful piece of engineering, albeit a bit over-engineered. Works awesome though, especially when driven in dynamic mode.
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    Re: What will your next ride be?

    Get the sport diff. Rotates with ease. Near Zero understeer with sticky tires.
  14. Re: What would you suggest for these faded B pillars?

    Honestly, just re-wrap them. It's easy and the material is cheap.

    I keep some like it in my cabinet as I do PPF and wraps like this on small items such as mirrors, lights and pillars as part of...
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    Re: What will your next ride be?

    Nope. I'd buy a nice set. The ones here are sharp and would simply wrap them in summer rubber and use the stock ones for winter. The above has a slight drop but even stock they sit nice. I...
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    Re: What will your next ride be?

    Not 100% baked but my new Daily as my wife and I will both be getting rid of our cars by Feb. We may end up buying hers out but if not, she's taking my son's corolla until fall 2021 when he leaves...
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    Re: Finishing polish for daughter's new ride

    CarPro Essence on a light polishing pad and follow it up with Cquartz UK 3.0. Easier to apply than McKee's, light years better hydrophobic property and will outlast it too.
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    Re: Mixing Cquartz and ExoV4

    Guilty.

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    Re: 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo S

    Perfection as always with your work. LOVE the color combo. Gotta say I've never seen that color. Now the finish matches the value of the car. Hard to believe these new cars aren't perfect...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Not just today but last week. Made a handful of adjustments to the garage and plans for this winter.

    I was really looking for a higher end Hot Water extractor like the Mytee sold here to back up...
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    Re: The Beast: Thoughts on old vs. new

    The newer XCE is great. I've been using mine for about one month over many details and the only drawback and it's minimal, is it's a touch slower in rotational speed and orbits vs the 3401 but it's...
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    Re: Wow did we forget 9/11

    Agree on most all accounts, including the last couple which really are summed up today in the irony that the posts didn't surface earlier. America as a whole hasn't forgotten but many of the...
  23. Re: Review: IGL Poly Ceramic Coating - 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S

    Mine was also marred up on the roof. B-Pillar soft plastic up there for sure. Came out beautifully though. He just came by today to have me ceramic over top of the Paint Protection Film/PPF he...
  24. Re: WG Uber compound or what, and what pad combo for really hard paint?

    No worries. Microfiber on yours will work fast too. If you can swing it, pick up a 3401 before they are all gone from stock. I struggled not to buy another one just for that reason.
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    Re: Restoring Trim & Caring for Restored Trim

    You won't need much of the Solution finish. It's very thin and will wipe on like water. A little goes a very long way too. Coating wise, don't sweat the cost. There too, a little goes a very...
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