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    Re: Sooo....what's wrong with my clear coat?

    All seals are in great shape. Also no pressure washer. Just a garden hose. I will also blow dry so no water sits anywhere. So I haVe had zero issues.
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    Re: Sooo....what's wrong with my clear coat?

    Some repainted clears are just super soft and sensitive. I have 2 of them. One is black and one is candy apple red. I swear the moonlight even causes swirls. Just have to be careful touching, don’t...
  3. Re: FLEX Power Tools Nicknames - All cool tools should have a nickname - not a part number -Mike Phillips

    Mike,


    You don’t like “the Blower”??? haha. Kinda fits I think. For example... “I want to dry the car off. Can you hand me the Blower please?!”

    CFin just short for Cordless Finisher. Just...
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    Re: Great Blackfire Deal.

    Very nice Waxmaster.
    Got mine also. Sweet deal and gives me a chance to try a few things out I normally wouldn’t have purchased.
  5. Re: FLEX Power Tools Nicknames - All cool tools should have a nickname - not a part number -Mike Phillips

    I’ll add. These are my Personal nicknames and not official

    Flex PE8 mini rotary = The Mini Spinny

    The cordless finisher = The CFin

    The cordless rotary = The CSpin

    The BW-18 = The Blower
  6. Re: Oldie but goodie: Pinnacle Souveran spray wax

    I always wait for a sale and grab a gallon.
  7. Oldie but goodie: Pinnacle Souveran spray wax

    With so many spray waxes on the market now, this get often forgotten about. It’s still one of my favorites.

    While it may not be the most durable, it makes up for durability in extreme ease of use...
  8. Re: DP Polish and Seal VS McKee’s37 360 mini test.

    Very nice review!! Sounds super easy to work with and I like that. Looking forward to updates.
  9. Re: Is Anyone Using an Air Spray Gun to Apply Ceramic Coatings?

    XJL. If you are looking for a super easy product, check this out.

    Meguiars Plastic & Vinyl Coating, exterior trim coating, trim dressing, vinyl protectant

    Already in an aerosol form. Looks...
  10. Thread: Which sealant?

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    Re: Which sealant?

    Welcome to AGO!!!


    I’m not a big sealant guy. That being said, Wolfgang DGPS is AWESOME. My favorite sealant by far.
    Easy on, easy off and very durable. One bottle also last forever. It’s worth...
  11. Re: Is Anyone Using an Air Spray Gun to Apply Ceramic Coatings?

    Yes but the more refined and odorless version. AKA mineral spirits.
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    Re: Great Blackfire Deal.

    I was in the market for BF liquid wax or sealant to apply after One Step (I like the synergy approach in these situations). Just so happened the Hybrid wax was in this along with a bunch of other...
  13. Re: Is Anyone Using an Air Spray Gun to Apply Ceramic Coatings?

    I do with DLux and tire coatings.

    Harbor freight makes a small HVLP gun that works perfect and is cheap.

    Not gonna use a high quality gun as the coatings may clog/ruin the gun.
  14. Re: LIVE BROADCAST - Detailing Tips & Techniques with Mike Phillips and Yancy Martinez -Tuesday, May 19th at 3:00pm Eastern Time

    I don’t get to watch live but enjoy watching on YouTube. Keep up the great work guys!
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    Great Blackfire Deal.

    Hope it’s ok to post this since it’s a PBMG site.

    Value Bundle of New Products

    Pretty sweet deal!!
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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE Iron Remover Gel

    Perfect Mike. Thank you for your response. Exactly what I was looking for!!!

    Looks like I will be trying out!
  17. Thread: Which Pad

    by Dr Oldz
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    Re: Which Pad

    I typically stick with a “polishing” pad from whatever pad manufacturer you choose for using AIO products. You can adjust accordingly to suit your own needs.

    I’m not familiar with that polisher....
  18. Re: Orange Peel remained after orange peel pad use

    Those pads don’t work IME. You will need to wet sand if you want to truly remove orange peel. I suggest you just live with it. I don’t like shaving the already thin factory clear coat.

    Check out...
  19. Re: Unable to find a combination that will remove swirls

    Are you sure you are not seeing Micro marring left behind from the compounds you used? Have you tried a finishing polish and softer pad?

    I’m not one to usually say brand “x” has hard or soft...
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    Re: LC orange pads losing stiffness?

    Were they wet or damp? A wet pad will be softer.

    Read these also to help answer any questions and educate yourself:
    ...
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    Re: Priming You’re Pads

    I’ve used the priming of the pads method in the past. Where logically it makes sense that 100% of the pad face is working for you when it’s primed buffing liquid on it, I never noticed a difference...
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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE Iron Remover Gel

    I like the gel idea as it’s thicker and gives a better dwell time on vertical panels!

    I have been liking the Meguiars version as it is sprayable yet thicker....kinda the perfect balance for my...
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    Re: Hybrid solutions cermaic wet wax

    Hi Tim

    I have seen at least 2 months as a stand alone in my personal experience. After 2 months, vehicle came in for a full detail. It was still beading and sheeting but not as strong when first...
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    Re: BF Paint Sealant suggestion you AG

    They do make the AIO in 16oz.

    BLACKFIRE One Step 16 oz.
  25. Re: Another review of Wolfgang SiO2 liquid sealant

    Looks great Hambone! I like those wheels on that car!
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