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    Re: Microfiber Hot Wash Ok / Safe ???

    1.) Why do you want to use hot water?
    a.) Haven’t your microfibers been coming
    out clean using your cooler water settings?

    b.) What (type of) detergent are you using
    for cleaning your...
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    Re: Anyone here save soap/wash water?

    The only ’soap’/wash-water solutions that
    I save are ones made with Meguiar’s D114
    and Distilled Water.


    Bob
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    Re: New - McKee’s 37 Krystal SiO2 Paste Wax

    I know it’s hard not to get all caught up in
    the Marketers’ buzzwords. BUT. DON’T!!

    ***********************************

    •When I think of stuff that’s “non-polymer”,
    [ie: able to form...
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    Re: New - McKee’s 37 Krystal SiO2 Paste Wax

    ^^Could possibly be the case.

    •However one of the more popularly used
    siloxanes—PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane)—is
    found in many Consumer car-care products,
    including tire dressings.

    -Over the...
  5. Re: How to Polish the Plastic Chrome on Newer Cars

    For “plastic chrome”:
    I only use non-abrasive products—
    Klasse’s (and other, similar) AIOs; Glass
    cleaners; pure Carnauba Finishing Waxes;
    Spray Waxes (Synthetics); and QDs.


    Bob
  6. Re: Washing/Rinsing undercarriage without running water

    :props:

    Bob
  7. Re: Washing/Rinsing undercarriage without running water

    Sounds like you possibly share the
    parking lot with other tenants?

    Please don’t forgo their safe passage by
    creating possible slip/fall hazards from
    your undercarriage cleaning effluent.

    ...
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    Re: Midwest Winter Paint Protection

    To me:
    Assuming that you can wash the vehicle
    during the Winter months, means to also
    assume that the ambient temperature, in
    the area where the vehicle is being washed,
    is well above the...
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    Re: Apply Fusion over Souveran?

    [Disclaimer:
    Not everyone will agree with my
    below assessments...and I’m fine
    with that.]

    Fusion over Souveran?
    -This is one of those tough calls.
    -Here’s why I think that way.
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    Re: Detailing tip of the mont!!!!!

    Same detailing tip has been posted
    on this forum on many occasions.

    Here’s one such thread/postings
    from way back on 05-23-2011:
    ...
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    Re: What are you listening to...?

    Ric Ocasek
    <<<R.I.P.>>>
    March 23, 1944-September 15, 2019
    ______________________________



    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/medium/12AB009A-1246-4D3E-803B-D8CCB8FB52FC.jpeg
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    Re: Temporary LSP - What would you use?

    •Great choice. :xyxthumbs:
    {I consider it a (First) Cousin of Coatings.}


    ^^^I’m not particularly fond of any of those.

    •IMO:
    -Again...Go with FK1000P.
    -It is the personification of:
    ”Here...
  13. Re: Pictures: Roadshow Class with Detail Pro Shop in Powell, Ohio

    Instead of lowballing the L88 @ just 430 HP...
    I’m going to go with the factory-claimed/rated
    horsepower of 435.

    {Actual HP: ~540-580}


    Bob
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    Re: Temporary LSP - What would you use?

    ^^^This. :xyxthumbs:

    Bob
  15. Thread: My Precious

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    Re: My Precious

    Sorry Mike...but I’m reminded
    of this BBT episode:



    YouTube =UpxF6sfyS1k


    Bob
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    Re: Turtle Wax Seal and Shine

    Two layers of TWSS may just be enough
    to fill up the paint—low spots; et al.

    OK...Even if two layers is enough:
    •If what TW says about layering this
    product is true, then that shouldn't stop ...
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    Re: What are you listening to...?

    Here’s hoping he got to use one
    of those tickets to Paradise...



    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/medium/09F16884-7152-47AE-BD1E-403D46512D1A.jpeg



    Bob
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    Re: Looking for a versatile polish

    I find that Meguiar’s M09 Swirl Remover
    meets, or exceeds, your criteria.


    Warning!
    At its current sale-price...
    Meguiar’s M09 will set you back
    to the tune of $13.09 for 16oz. :eek:
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    Re: Cause of water spots

    In a condensed version:
    •It’s just Physics at work.

    In a more wordy version:
    •Water is a liquid.

    •Liquids will evaporate.

    •When water, that contains minerals, evaporates
    from surfaces,...
  20. Re: Meguiars Water Spot Remover [ Just Polish ] [ Or Has Something More, Acid? ]

    Here’s some information about the
    “extras” in Meguiar’s A37:

    https://www.meguiars.gr/gr/lanotattachments/download/file/id/46/store/3/


    IMO:
    The best way to find out about A37’s and M205’s...
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    Re: McKee's N-914 As A Quick Detailer?

    If you have armed yourself with the knowledge
    found in the below Mike Phillips articles; along
    with the commonsensical approach that is
    needed when using any WW or Spray Detailer...

    Then:
    ...
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    Re: Hydro Blue UV Protection

    If you’re talking about McKee's 37 Hydro
    Blue SiO2 Coating, then here are some of
    its features (from the Manufacturer):


    •Spray On, Rinse Off Paint Coating

    •Replaces Conventional Waxes
    ...
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    Re: Wax on top of sealant?

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/38FDB01E-276B-464F-9B26-48261EF39C1E.jpeg


    Bob
  24. Re: P&S brake buster: will remove wax/coat/dressing on wheels?

    Yep...a little overkill.


    Bob
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    Re: Wax on top of sealant?

    Doesn’t TWSS already contain Carnauba Wax?

    IMO:
    A topper application of a different Wax may last
    around 4-6 weeks.


    A cure time?

    •IMO:
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