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    Re: RagCo Ultra Black Sponge

    I saw the swirls on the limo. An embarrassment

    Eldo-- I think that cloth is meant for stuff like jewelry. I have a few similar ones for my watches.
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    Re: RagCo Ultra Black Sponge

    I never bought from them yet. Now Iím having second thoughts if I ever will
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    Re: RagCo Ultra Black Sponge

    If it messes up the car, you can always use it to wash house windows. That's about all I use a sponge for.
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    Re: Happy Birthday Eldorado2k!!!

    Did you get any Cadillac related stuff?
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    I still remember seeing those types of bottles in the early 90s. That's when I used it. It was a pain when it wouldn't pump right
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    Re: Duragloss Car Wash.

    Yes it works fine in a foam gun. I still have an unopened gallon in the garage. You have to be okay with the cherry smell.
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    I remember the pump sprayer. User friendliness was not on their mind
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    Bleach-White was a step up from Comet and Brillo
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    Re: Happy Birthday Eldorado2k!!!

    Happy Bday fellow Caddy man!
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    Yep. I remember using Comet on my white walls. It did get them white.
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    Duster ones only on the handle. Just for quick touch ups works very well.
  12. Re: Barn Find - 1950 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Convertible - Extreme Paint Correction

    I love Harley Earl's creations! I have a coffee table book about him.
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    I use the water blade on the shower door now. At least it's seeing use. I actually use Swiffers on the engine compartment.It's a fast way to clean it up.
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    Re: Help with prayers

    He will continue to be in my prayers. My grandmother is 98 and beat COVID entirely. Let's pray and have confidence your dad will too.
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    Re: Review: Collinite No. 845 Insulator Wax

    IW is an old friend. I used to use it on my dad's van and customer cars because it's reasonably durable and has a good look. To this day I still occasionally use it on my wheels with good results. I...
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    That video is gold. Itís the first time Iíve seen a demo of the foam gun used the way I do. Keep this for reference
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    Maybe one day I can do A video but probably not any time soon. I don't even have a YouTube channel. The most important part of this method that I learned from Accumulator on Autopia is to constantly...
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    I am absolutely paranoid about instilling marring in my paint hence my foam gun/multiple mitts approach. I don't have to worry about buckets using this method, just lots of soap. I have to use soap...
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    If you use a foam gun you can't shoot soap through a towel like you can a mitt. This is one reason why I use them instead of towels.
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    Re: Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Sounds like this product is for a real garage queen.
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    I would use high quality mitts made of microfiber. They ought to be the best of both worlds.
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    Re: Still use a waffle weave for drying?

    The PFMs for glass aren't half bad either
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    Re: Still use a waffle weave for drying?

    There sure is, a Griot's Garage PFM towel. This is the best detailing product I bought in 2020
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    Re: First rinseless, polish and wax...

    Yep, I waxed the other day with Fuzion. It never disappoints. Amazing indeed.
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    Re: Brand New Car - First steps?

    Thatís exactly what I did. The result was me getting an unpolished car which had no paint defects when I got it home. Just a 3 step decontamination wash and it was LSP ready.
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