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  1. Thread: 3D One

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    Re: 3D One

    Like others said, using less product is helpful. I was working with it last night on some PPF and it did a good job. Four drops to start and then two or three small drops after that.

    I was using...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    I'm working on cleaning out my detailing van. It has taken a beating and needs some attention.
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    Re: Post Your Unpacking Pictures

    I'm finally moving into a place with an attached garage again after getting rid of my house and 16 months of having a tiny, little detached garage that could barely fit one car. I never liked having...
  4. Re: Effective Home brew prep wipe Mckees n-914 & 99%

    I started doing this in late 2017. IPA, distilled water and a bit of N-914 for a paint prep concoction. However, just to be safe I still use Gtechniq Panel Wipe as the final wipedown prior to...
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    Re: Review - CarPro Tire Swipe Applicators

    I do the same. Sometimes you just have to squeeze and contort the applicator to fit different sidewalls. Lately I've liked applying Perl with a round microfiber applicator that can conform to fit...
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    Re: best rinseless wash for winter?

    I've done countless rinseless washes over the past few years using all sorts of products, and I'm completely sold on the whole subject. But! Lately I've been a bit more interested in Ammo's Frothe...
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    Re: Lets talk about Iron Removers

    This may not fit every use case, but if one is looking for something that bleeds ferrous oxide it may be prudent to consider Pinnacle's concentrated wheel cleaner. It can be diluted 1:3 according to...
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    Re: Crystal Serum Light

    I installed one layer of CSL on one of my customer's cars about 1.5 years ago. I see it every three to four months for maintenance. The coating acts very similarly to when it was new. On infrequent...
  9. Re: Accidentally got clay under vinyl stripes. How to remove?

    Which clay did you use?

    I used the Mother's yellow clay a few years ago and it would always leave behind little bits of itself on the edge of vinyl stripes. What worked really well for me was to...
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    Re: Souveran or Fusion....I can't decide.

    I've used both many times over the past couple years. I like Fuzion a bit more because of its longevity. They both look great, but I'd give the win to Fuzion for its appearance on dark colors and...
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    Re: Art pictures

    Early last year I took this picture of the hood of a Phantom Black (pearlized) 2015 Charger before I started compounding it. The light source is from a Lowe's tripod LED. The purple color is from the...
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    Re: '76 Corvette and 3D One Impressions

    Thank you! On Saturday I'm going to to sand both fenders and one or two spots on the passenger side hood. I've had way more paint touch-up jobs and sanding jobs this year and I'm getting much more...
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    Re: '76 Corvette and 3D One Impressions

    Thank you. The owner is definitely happy. The car was vandalized a while ago and the result was about 60 inches of deep scratches across the entirety of the body. I got about 70% of them out. This...
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    '76 Corvette and 3D One Impressions

    Hello everyone,

    This weekend I worked on a very nice ‘76 Corvette. It came in for a one-step and deep scratch removal. The customer isn’t the first owner and doesn’t know much about the history of...
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    Re: What are you listening to...?

    That's some great stuff you've got there! :)
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    Re: What are you listening to...?

    I've listened to tons and tons of Christian metal this year. Last month I got to meet Stryper in person and it was awesome!

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    Re: Who is excited to get M110/210?

    The Hybrid Force pads are great on the Flex! The orange cuts just fine when compounding and makes for an easy polishing step with a white or black pad. The grey pad I've used on really, really bad...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    I worked on my first Viper about a week ago. It was a one-step and EXO. Last weekend I put EXO on my detailing wok van's roof and hood just for fun. Next I'll put GTechniq's glass coating on the...
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    Re: Polishing Aluminum Wheels

    Those are the factory SRT vapor wheels. I recall seeing in the user manual a note that mentioned using abrasives on them could harm the finish.

    Here's a screenshot of the note.
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    Re: Anyone using anti-vibration gloves?

    I can say from long experience that having nerve issues is not fun. I've got nerve damage in both of my arms and tend to wear gloves whenever working with anything that vibrates, including holding on...
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    Re: Anyone using anti-vibration gloves?

    I'm really not sure. I haven't noticed any distracting "bunching" of material, but then again I haven't paid attention to it. I've had my pair for quite a while and they're pretty worn. The first...
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    Re: Anyone using anti-vibration gloves?

    In 2015 I started using vibration reduction gloves. I liked them, but they were bulky and didn't give me a confident grip on my tools. In 2016 I started using the Griot's Garage gloves and they were...
  23. Re: Protection from winter salt with shiny paint and matte decals.

    With that many small pieces for the strobed stripes I wouldn't worry about using a matte-specific coating. If you want something that will last a long time and looks great on paintwork and matte...
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    Re: Favorite drying aid

    I used Bead Maker as a drying aid the other day on my personal car. It has various coatings on it. It worked very well and left the paintwork looking nice from various angles and lighting. The...
  25. Re: Brand new 2018 F8 Green Challenger TA gets coated

    Great job! F8 Green is a beautiful color!

    Also, the picture with the QuickJack has me reconsidering whether or not I get one. After all this time I'm still on the fence about it because of their...
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