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    Re: The Post a Picture of Your Ride as it Sits Thread

    At the range.
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190616/29cf53aecb5acedcfa3ffcaa7cd37c47.jpg

    Sent from my XT1565 using Tapatalk
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    Re: What did you do today non-detailing related?

    Glad to hear you're relatively okay after a hell of a hit like that.
    Hope you get feeling better soon.

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

    Washed my truck this morning and wiped it down with a concoction of Uber rw and Meguiars d156.

    Wax underneath is collinte 845 probably done 6-12 months ago. Can't remember but it has been a while...
  4. Re: Finally broke down and ordered "The Complete guide to a show car shine"

    Got Mike's book coming next Tuesday the tracking says.

    Hoping it's the icing on the cake to all I've learned on this forum.
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    Re: BF one step verses neglected Honda

    Sorry Sports Fan but that was 12 years ago and she has no idea what it is.
    I'm sure a good reputable window tint shop can set you up. Good luck
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    Re: BF one step verses neglected Honda

    chinee says"
    Problem with BF is that it comes in such a big bottle, i’ll never use it all up, so I have no excuse to go buy another product to try... and there are sooooo many out there that are...
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    Re: BF one step verses neglected Honda

    Thanks for the kind words and encouragement guys I really appreciate it.
    At 66 years old in July I'm an old dog trying to learn new tricks.

    I always liked to keep my cars clean, regularly wash...
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    Re: BF one step verses neglected Honda

    I would say med arm speed and 8 passes per section.
    This was a little over 4 hours of buffing

    I wish i had taken another close up of the passenger door.
    Not too good at taken the right pics to...
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    BF one step verses neglected Honda

    Worked on my daughter's 2007 Honda Civic yesterday using BF one step and can't say enough about how good it came out.

    It was my first time using BF and second time using a da polisher so my...
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    Re: Black Ute Restoration Kiwi Style.

    Wow,that is some major correction!
    In my 5 months of hanging out on this forum with lots of reading
    and video watching i think this is the biggest contrast i have seen.

    You do some awesome work....
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    Re: Spring detail done!

    To me sounds like same results and same application process.
    I don't know why all these detail companies make so many products so similar?
    Being new it's hard to tell what to buy without...
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    Re: Spring detail done!

    Truck looks great and sounds so easy to work with.
    What would be the difference between this sealant and BF sio2 besides 2 dollars in price. :)
    I like it.
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    Re: 1937 Chevrolet Truck.

    Awesome!! :wow:
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    Re: 1950’s Black & Decker Vitrifier!

    When using industrial equipment you should always wear proper attire.
    Where's your neck tie and sweater? :)
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    Re: Synthetic clay storage

    Seemed to work well for me. Gets pretty good reviews on AG
    and Amazon. It seems to me that being flexible should be better at fitting contours of car better than a stiff synthetic clay like mothers...
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    Re: BF One Step removal

    Thanks for the reply Dr Oldz. Using it as a two step is not the way I would like to use it. Just wondering if white pads results were not up to snuff and felt like I needed a little more cut how to...
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    Re: BF One Step removal

    So, if a LC white pad didn't get the results that you might be seeking you can buff with an orange pad and then follow it with a buffing of the white pad? Would you buff an entire panel with orange...
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    Re: cleaning pads during use

    Thanks for the compliment Tony but I'm sure if examined up close there is probably plenty still wrong with it.

    Bought this car about 3 months ago from my daughter who bought it new while living at...
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    Re: cleaning pads during use

    My first gig with my new Porter Cable. Wife's 2016 Mazda CX-5

    Always liked to keep the cars clean, discovered bar clay couple of years ago and that was a big improvement but this buffing is all...
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    Re: cleaning pads during use

    Friday night I took my 3 pad starter kit and did the hood on my wife's black Mazda CX-5 and man did it ever turn out nice.
    Took some of the buyers remorse away that I was feeling about having almost...
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    Re: cleaning pads during use

    Thanks Mike, getting several questions about pads cleared up rather quickly. Thanks everyone.
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    Re: cleaning pads during use

    Porter Cable 7424XP I'm going to get 3 more pads each of compound and polishing before I start anything. Thanks
    When you scroll to the bottom of this thread there is a list of similar threads....
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    Re: cleaning pads during use

    yea, rmagnus, after a lot of reading I had come to realize that I would need more pads since it sounds like sometimes they don't hold together all that well and you can only clean a couple panels...
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    cleaning pads during use

    Hello Mike

    Just getting started on detailing with da polisher and only have one pad of each phase.
    Seen the video on cleaning pads when you are done but not sure about like when you are part way...
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