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  1. Re: Wow seriously?!!!?! Home town making me proud (not really)

    Doesn’t that guy post in here as Stauffer Garage? Or is that someone else?
  2. Re: 303 aerospace protectant stained the plastic in my vehicle. How to fix?

    Maybe see if you can manage to remove yours and if it comes apart, find a replacement at a junkyard. Cherokee is popular enough you’d find them at junkyards.
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    Re: Review: Wolfgang PROFI Ceramic Coating

    On wheels pretty much all these coatings that claim 2 or 3 years on paint will last about a year anyways. There's just so much extra wear on wheels that nothing will last a really long time there. ...
  4. Re: 303 aerospace protectant stained the plastic in my vehicle. How to fix?

    How can the images be mostly a mirror if it was something you did to it? That dealer is full of crap.

    With it being a single piece like you say I think that makes it even more likely that there's...
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    Re: Review: Wolfgang PROFI Ceramic Coating

    Yeah, making claims like that really take away from my respect for a brand. Clearly the marketing team wants to say the same others are saying, thinking that if they don't make the claim people will...
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    Re: Review: Wolfgang PROFI Ceramic Coating

    Unfortunately, they also did it. In the product page it says: Wolfgang PROFI Ceramic Coating is rated a 9H on the hardness rating scale, making your coating almost as hard as a diamond.

    EDIT: ...
  7. Re: 303 aerospace protectant stained the plastic in my vehicle. How to fix?

    Looks like you got the camouflage option when you bought the car. Just kidding :)

    That really is strange, I wouldn't say 303 caused it, maybe it was there and when you cleaned it showed up? ...
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    Re: Correction discouragement

    I saw you mentioned using HD Speed. If your goal is to ceramic coat the car, do not do that. Speed has wax/sealant and it will prevent proper bonding of the coating. Use a regular compound/polish...
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    Re: SpaceX Launch Today at 4:30pm Eastern Time

    Aborted due to weather. Next attempt on Saturday at 3:22pm.
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    Re: Powder Coated Wheel Question

    I don’t think powder coating is the same as paint in that regards because the finish is baked on. I think you’re good washing it and sealing as planned. Obviously I’m not sure so wait for wiser...
  11. Re: Wheel Woolies Users - What size do you use most?

    I use the large and medium the most. But it all depends on how much space you have between caliper and wheel barrel. If I could I'd use just the big one because it's faster but it doesn't fit, I...
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    Re: A little disappointed in my coating

    Honeydew is not a bad soap, it foams great and smells really nice. But it does seem to impact the behavior on coatings. I used that soap in the past and when I switches to coatings that was...
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    Re: A little disappointed in my coating

    Honeydew has gloss enhancers and will mask the properties of the coating. Switch to Reset.

    Also, you’re not using Bead Maker as drying aid, are you? That would explain the dust magnet behavior...
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    Re: Meg MF Pad Sizes

    Rupes does similar stuff. They sell it by face size in their case, so you have to end up buying a larger size that will have the right size on the back of the pad.
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    Re: First time for CQuartz.....

    If it’s textured plastic I would use DLUX instead. For smooth plastic or trim, UK 3.0.
  16. Thread: Ceramic cost

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    Re: Ceramic cost

    I'm also a big fan of Essence prior to coating with CQuartz. Such a nice polish, easy to spread around and wipes off w/o any effort.
  17. Re: Why I Love McKee's 37 SiO2 Enhanced Tire Shine

    I would also rank Perl the same as the gel for durability. If it doesn't get wet, it's good for about 10 days or so. If you get a good rain, it's pretty much gone.

    None a big issue for me, I...
  18. Re: Why I Love McKee's 37 SiO2 Enhanced Tire Shine

    I can only compare it to Perl or the other Gel tire dressing from McKee's. The SiO2 tire dressing does last a bit longer than the other 2. But to be honest, after using the SiO2 tire dressing for...
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    Re: LC orange pads losing stiffness?

    Send Lake Country a message. I once had some issues and not only did they replace my pads, they threw in a couple extra pads in the same package. Very customer friendly.
  20. Re: Window of Time - How long to wait after applying a coating, wax or sealant before....

    The coronavirus has allowed me to have a huge window on my last coating. I finished applying it to my car exactly one month ago. The car hasn't seen any rain or been washed since. A whole month...
  21. Re: Griot's Garage G15/G21 Long-Throw Orbital Polisher *Ground-Up Redesign*

    Obviously no one here has used the new G15 but it will probably be a nice polisher. I have the old G15 and I have a G8. I'm really happy with that combo. The new G15 is about $100 less than the...
  22. Re: Griot's Garage G15/G21 Long-Throw Orbital Polisher *Ground-Up Redesign*

    If you get the G15 I'd say you still need a smaller/short throw polisher for other duties. If you're keeping your GG6 and converting it to a 3" polisher then I'd say the G15 is a better choice for...
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    Re: LC orange pads losing stiffness?

    Yeah, it will always get hotter in the center, that's why some pads have a hole there, to allow for additional cooling. That's also why the center is where they collapse first and feel soft there,...
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    Re: LC orange pads losing stiffness?

    Only if it's a microfiber pad. Foam pads don't require priming. When I started I used to prime. After having a few pads fail I researched more and learned that too much product on the pad is bad. ...
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    Re: LC orange pads losing stiffness?

    I would bet on the pads were too wet and got too hot during usage and damaged the structural integrity of the foam. That's why you go through more pads and use them for less time, to avoid...
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