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    Re: TW HS 3-1 Detailer

    I've used HS 3-1 Detailer a few times, now (after a wash, as an enhancer for HS Ceramic Spray Coating). Overall it works well, but the user experience isn't great, IME. It drags too much during...
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    Re: Review: Pinnacle Souveran Liquid Spray Wax

    Thanks fellas. I currently use Fusion Spray Wax and am really impressed with its looks. It's not super easy to use, but it's certainly not difficult. Durability seems good, but like many...
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    Re: Review: Pinnacle Souveran Liquid Spray Wax

    If you've used Fusion Spray Wax, how does it compare to Souveran Spray Wax? Ease of use, looks, etc. TIA
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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Thanks. I recently got a sample of Pinnacle Black Onyx. It does provide a bit of the blacker look I was after. It's not overly wet looking, either (I only use a single application, as well). PBO...
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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Thanks. I'll probably give Blackfire Total Eclipse a try.
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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Which tire dressing/protectant has the greatest blackening effect? I have gloss black wheels and would like a product that will make the tire finish go really well with the wheels. TIA
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    Re: Review - Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Good review, thanks. It looks like applying/removing UFF is easy - significantly easier than Sonax PNS. However, its beading and sheeting ability seems noticeably less impressive than PNS's (which...
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    Re: Megs ultimate fast finish

    If UFF is slicker and more user friendly than PNS, with similar beading, dirt-shedding ability and durability, it should be a winner. The price is reasonable/competitive.
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    Re: Sonax Brilliant Shine Detailer

    I apply BSD with a waffle weave MF towel. It's a lot less grabby.
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    Re: Wolfgang Fuzion Spray Wax

    I really like WG FSW. It leaves an amazing finish...slick, wet, glossy and reflective. It's one of the few products I've used in a long time that's really impressed me in the looks department. It...
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    Re: Wolfgang Fuzion Spray Wax Review

    I recently got a bottle of WFSW. I like it. It's easy to use - not quite as easy as others, but pleasant nonetheless - and it looks very deep, glossy and reflective...noticeably better than my base...
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    Re: Review: Wolfgang Fuzion Spray Wax

    I haven't used my bottle of FSW, yet. However, if I don't care for the MF towel application, I'll try a medium-large size MF applicator pad. The MF pad should absorb/retain less product than the...
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    Re: Maguires MT300 (upgrade from PC)

    I don't use my MT300 professionally, but it's been a reliable, well performing machine - a big upgrade from my 14 year old PC. The MT300's a lot more powerful. Combined with modern low profile pads...
  14. Thread: Best LSP Coating

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    Re: Best LSP Coating

    If you're looking for an LSP that's not permanent but is durable, beads like crazy and sheds dirt very well, then Sonax Polymer Net Shield definitely hits the mark. It also looks good. ...
  15. Re: Review: Wolfgang Uber Rinseless as a Detail Spray

    I too thought rinseless washing was crazy, then I tried it a few years ago and realized how well it works. As long as it's done properly, IME there is no additional marring over a traditional wash. ...
  16. Re: Spray Wax.. I want to try BF Midnight sun. BUT....

    If you want a spray detailer/wax that beads (like crazy), looks good and lasts, try Sonax BSD.
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    Re: Review: DUB Wheel Cleaner

    True, but I haven't experienced that with the conventional wheel cleaners I've used for years now. Although, if the wheel/rotor was hot, it's certainly possible (my wheels/rotors were cool to the...
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    Re: Review: DUB Wheel Cleaner

    The only thing I didn't like about DUB wheel cleaner, besides the smell, is that it discolored my car's grey painted brake rotor hats. I was able to get most of the original finish back with some...
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    Re: Review & Video: SONAX Brilliant Shine Detailer

    I've been mixing a little PNS in a small spray bottle full of BSD, and I'm getting good results (i.e. it's more user friendly). The small bottle's fine sprayer better distributes the product, and...
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    Re: Review: HD polishes!

    Thank you. I will definitely try this next time.
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    Re: Review: HD polishes!

    Good thought, but the 5'' Meguiar's thin pad I used was new. Polishing was done using an MT300 at 5800 opm with light-to-medium pressure and 3-4 passes.

    Considering the many positive reviews...
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    Re: Review: HD polishes!

    I've been using HD Polish. I like the end result, but not the dusting. I've tried priming the pad with polish, not priming the pad, misting the pad with water, etc. The water helps, but nothing...
  23. Re: Review: Griot's Garage Boss 21 Long Throw Polisher - Comparison To Rupes 21ES

    Nice comparison.

    Both are very good, capable tools. What I noticed watching the videos is the Rupes has a bit more of a refined, sophisticated sound. Coming from an older PC (fairly loud and...
  24. Re: Does anyone use ONR as a Waterless Wash at 256:1 dilution rate?

    I would never trust that WW dilution ratio; it's way too thin, IMO. It would barely turn the water blue, let alone encapsulate the dirt properly.
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    Re: Review & Video: SONAX Brilliant Shine Detailer

    I tried topping PNS with UQW and it streaked (not horribly, but it was noticeable). I tried two different times and it just wouldn't clear out. I don't think they play well together, for some...
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