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    Re: CSL or Cosmic V2

    Creme should actually be quite durable. It has a strong enough solvent in it that's basically acts like paint thinner. Carnauba always worries me in a product when it comes to durability.
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    Re: Zymöl stepping in now

    Interesting

    “A groundbreaking patented protectant that is incredibly strong, hard and resilient with a high gloss shine that’s harder than any ceramic!Zymöl Atomic Graphene Shield is formulated...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Washed both cars.

    McKee 37 N917 in an IK foamer for some suds.

    http://www.simpleimageresizer.com/_uploads/photos/637268b0/20200808_144232_41.jpg
  4. Re: Griot's Garage G15/G21 Long-Throw Orbital Polisher *Ground-Up Redesign*

    This makes me wonder if perhaps they need to re-think whatever their testing process is. I know they turn out great products, I have a G8 that I use for a lot of things.
  5. Re: Review: Wolfgang PROFI Ceramic Detail Spray

    I don't normally like BMWs (Just the head lights get to me for some reason) but I got some giddiness out of seeing the condition of your black paint.
  6. Re: Still have some questions on Geyon Product Comparisons

    It always depends on the product. You gotta remember a lot of the hydrophobic layer coatings are not really SiO2 coatings. Usually they're a different Silicone based coating focused on hydrophobic...
  7. Re: Your thoughts on 15,000 mile oil changes..

    It's not one dealer, it's a lot of the dealerships here, period. I got everything from Toyota, Mazda, Lexus, Subaru, and Ford. They're all combined experiences.
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    I've noticed that too. The Bijon whos a lot older will egg the younger Sheppard on. When the sheppard was still a puppy, the bijon would convince the puppy to jump on the table to knock over the loaf...
  9. Re: Your thoughts on 15,000 mile oil changes..

    To be honest, I have no time for car dealerships. I've found in the past dealing with them to not waste my time arguing back and forth, and just have my lawyer write out my request. Saves me time on...
  10. Re: DG AquaWax as drying aid for ceramic coating

    Lol sorry deleted.
  11. Re: DG AquaWax as drying aid for ceramic coating

    To be fair when I say it accumulates less road film, this is after using carpro trix on the coating vs trix on a sealant or wax. Most sealants and waxes would be removed by the fallout remover but a...
  12. Re: Your thoughts on 15,000 mile oil changes..

    Eh I go to the dealership for my oil changes. Mazda charges me 80 dollars after tax for synthetic oil change with the high moly 0W20 they use with the mazda skyactiv engines. I casually threaten a...
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    Re: The Post a Picture of Your Ride as it Sits Thread

    I find the newer Mazda paint super easy to work with, and super forgiving. Not too hard, not too soft.
  14. Re: Help Me Choose a Location to Mount My Autogeek Banner!

    Don't worry, still better than going to applebees on Nov 11 and seeing what you can get away with while wearing the most moto boot outfit you can find hahaha
    I'm all for Number 1. That way when you...
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    Re: New guy looking to learn detailing

    Hey buddy, Ontario here. Nice to see another Canadian on here.
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    Re: The Post a Picture of Your Ride as it Sits Thread

    I could never mistake that car for an undercover cop car. Way too clean and shiney :xyxthumbs:
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    Re: White 1981 Camaro

    If I can make a suggestion, depending on how oxidized the paint is, maybe go with a microfiber cutting pad of some sort just so you can remove as much of the oxidized paint as possible? Foam pad...
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    Re: Biggest Pet-Peeves in Detailing?

    I always leave the rubber mats in the car. I don't think I've ever put the summer carpet mats in the car. Too lazy to clean them thoroughly all the time.

    Pet peeve: I don't know why because I like...
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    Re: blackfire

    No, you misunderstood what I mean about permanency. It's not that it can't be removed. You can polish the layer off. What I mean by some coatings becoming permanent is because there is no coating...
  20. Re: Still have some questions on Geyon Product Comparisons

    A thicker layer of coating is meaningless to 99 percent of the population. What is truly the point of a thicker layer of coating?
    It comes down to coating density. I'm gonna use CQuartz UK as an...
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    Re: DP spray coating vs Wolfgang vs PBL

    Every LSP is basically the same. Protection element, solvent, bonding agent. Different forms, and chemicals, but the same idea behind them.
  22. Re: Prediction - More one-step Cleaner/Coatings or Primers

    I get a kick out of the toothpaste. Dr. Beasleys whole thing is a prescription for your car. Tooth paste... abrasives... polish.. I unno I think it's funny.
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    Re: Post Your Beading Shots!!!

    Also if anyone pays attention... Acuras82's beading shot and mine have basically the same beads lol I think we have the exact same product combo on our paint.
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    Re: Clay bar

    Also if you polish without claying, if your paint levelling process removes the contaminants, then you're basically scouring them over your paint as you polish. Considering what a lot of bonded...
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Headlight polishing is so tedious. It's so much easier to protect them properly in the first place but ya know, that's a whole other conversation lol
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