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    Re: The Best Product Ever!?

    I think itís terrible for waterless. Very little lubrication. With that said, I love it as a clay lube.


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  2. Must Have Microfiber! At least my opinion [emoji4]

    I went off your recommendation and purchased some light blue rag company glass towels for polish removal , theyíre awesome. Helps bite through the oily polishes and makes removal much more efficient....
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    Re: Help with micro swirling

    Go away from the 3401 on soft paint, especially black. Free spinning DA is a better option


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  4. Re: What do you use for a Detail Prep Wash?

    Do you use FBOMB in the foam cannon or bucket? What dilution?


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    Re: Sonax perfect finish Question

    Itís always best to try to degrade or remove the current LSP chemically before polishing. While PF will remove your current, it can also interfere with polishing results.


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    Re: Color Mismatch

    Agreed.


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    Re: Trim Restore on 14 year old Xterra

    You seem to know your stuff. I trust your recommendations.


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    Re: Turtle Wax Seal and Shine

    I was getting ready to pull the trigger on Jet until I read this.


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    Re: Turtle Wax Seal and Shine

    Whatís unique about it?


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    Re: Meguiars D300 on thier cut scale?

    Wonít finish anywhere near as good as 2500, no matter what pad you use.


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  11. Re: Good rule of thumb when using an AIO - stick with foam polishing pads by Mike Phillips

    It was most likely the polish, not the pad. Their fine polish does not finish well, unless the paint is hard. Rupes yellow pad will finish better than softer pads, IME.
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    Rupes Polishers Help!

    Nope, Rupes remapped the brain of the motors. They moved the higher OPMís of the II into the midrange of the III.


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    Re: McKeey's Plastic Trim Restorer = WETS?

    I see WETS and Mckees 37 as a plastic protectant and SEMI trim restorer. You want a real trim restorer, use solution finish.
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    Re: Best Sio2 spray ceramic

    I use the ones with the tighest beading and best hydrophobic properties. Gyeon Cure is really good, but doesn't last that long. Britemax Remax is the slickest, glossiest, very durable, but doesn't...
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    Re: Refreshing a roof - help

    Rapid Remover is the ticket! Then clay.
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    Terrible drying aid, IMO. No slickness at all to prevent towel marring. I do, however, use 914 as a clay lube or waterless wash when marring is not a concern. I like how it leaves nothing behind.
  17. Re: I Can't Believe I Got The Stains Out Of This Carpet... Never Been Cleaned in 20+ years

    Excellent turnaround!!! What extractor did you wife buy you?
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    Carpro Echo2


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  19. Re: Recommend me some tire cleaners that won't brown my tires please!

    P&S Brake Buster. All in one wheel/tire cleaner that wonít rust your rotors.


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  20. Re: Review: RUPES Mark III BigFoot 21 Polisher by Mike Phillips

    Yes, that shows how important rotation is. Rotary is the king of defect removal. Of course there has to be oscillation with a DA, but rotation is more important, IMO.


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  21. Re: Review: RUPES Mark III BigFoot 21 Polisher by Mike Phillips

    I donít believe that. I go off the results I get.


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  22. Re: Are blue "light polishing" Lake Country pads okay for Klasse AIO?

    Totally agree.



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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    Funny how some of us think so differently. I find Menzerna to be some of the worst to wipe off. Very oily. To each their own. :)
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    Re: Compound with the most cut

    3D ACA 500 is great. FCC, TLC, M110, CutMax are good as well. If you can't get defects out with these compounds, either damp sand or leave them alone. Anything heavier and you're going to remove a...
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    I've tried 99% of above mentioned non-AIO polishes and do not find any of them "easy" to remove(other than the two I listed). When I say easy, I'm referring to the least amount of oily residues left...
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