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  1. Thread: 2015?Escalade

    by Paul A.
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    Re: 2015?Escalade

    Beautiful and clean!

    Yes, they're huge. I have a neighbor with one in black and do his twice a year.
  2. Re: New car - What to do ahead of cquarts (not prep steps)

    Bingo! My thoughts exactly on both previous answers.

    Your new car paint won't suffer any damage other than simply getting dirty for a week. You can always wash and decon when you have the time....
  3. Re: Mother Natures Car Wash and Ceramic Coatings

    The self cleaning aspect of my coatings is the best characteristic to me. We've had a ton of rain here in Tampa lately and the car looks clean.

    Am I accumulating a bunch of road film? Yup. So...
  4. Thread: DK News

    by Paul A.
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    Re: DK News

    Incredibally good news for Sidney? Great to hear, Monica
  5. Re: Repainted the fender on my GTO after a burn through.

    That looks perfect, J. Nicely done.
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    Re: Greetings from NC

    Welcome, Norm. That's a nice patient to doctor up!
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    Re: What do I need? So many choice!

    You list clay and lube after the BF decon kit and the decon kit already has some lube and a clay towel.

    My personal choice would be the Griot's machine kit. Better machine than the PC and that...
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    Re: 3 inch polishers

    The key for me was changing the counterweight for smaller pads as well. My old 6" CW was way too "throwy" with 3" pads.
  9. Re: Updated - Blackfire One Step makes a newb not feel like a newb...amazing product

    You, my friend are a quick study. Great results!
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    Re: McKeey's Plastic Trim Restorer = WETS?

    Yeah, really Bob! Jeesh, without any scientific knowledge you should refrain from contributing such drivvle!

    (Hee hee)

    TONGUE IN CHEEK HUMOR BOYS AND GIRLS. JUST JOKIN' WITH BOB AND PAULIE,...
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    Re: Customer Supplied Products

    I was a "Zealot" for years before finding PBMG. I found Sal's products very very good however branched out after finding other offerings and learning more about detailing in general.

    One of the...
  12. Re: Do I need a special polish before applying a ceramic coating?

    Not to get too tangential but Mike P showed us one of the panel wipe processes at a show car detail I attended last year.

    Take your preferred panel wipe product and a BUNCH of shorter nap MF...
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    Re: Best Sio2 spray ceramic

    I got it, Nate, no worries brothah.

    It's a funny thing about that movie. I always thought is was a kids movie and skipped past it every time until my 20 year old son was watching it and laughing...
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    Re: John Cooper Works Mini Cooper

    As always, BEAUTIFUL work, Scott!

    I'm dying to find out what that wool pad and compound was.
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    Re: Constructive Criticism Wanted: Process

    ERP, another truck if no wheel woolie or thin, long handled brush. Before inner wheel brushes came along, I used to use a paint stick and a rag to reach inside wheels.
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    Re: sap on my fresh detail

    THAT was removed by clay bar after 100 miles? Did you just clay before the miles?

    That's what I like to see on my clay...means it's removing it.
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    Re: Can you convince me?

    Yes, absolutely and not a dumb question.

    Paulie, I would take the offer from Tom and play with a sample. If I had some I would love to send you some.
  18. Re: Once you go black.....XXX Truck Pics Inside

    Gorgeous truck!!! Nice work.

    The perfect "tool" to get that load of bricks to the construction site quick!
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    Re: Refreshing a roof - help

    If its truly stubborn stuff, try a mild or cut APC under the towels as Mike suggested.
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    Re: Best Sio2 spray ceramic

    I have been using Pinnacle Si02 and it's a great product.
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    Re: Removing tire coatings?

    2 words...Tuf Shine! That stuff with my drill and brush attachment works wonders and quick.
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    Re: Chevy Volt Prepped & FOR SALE!

    Nice job! Also, a nice feature set of photos to offer the owner for sale purposes. Throw another one in of the "motor" or battery or whatever those newfangled transport machines have in 'em.
    ...
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    Re: Volkswagen Touareg

    Nice work and I like tour videos too.

    And I will answer "yes" to underestimating some interior jobs! Exterior work, not so much. I make sure I understand exactly what the customer wants for the...
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    Re: Surface Prep for SiO2

    Yes, by all means, if the paint looks fine to your eyes you can seal it up with Si02.

    I always polish after claying like spewking mentioned to not only insure any marring is handled but to...
  25. Re: I Can't Believe I Got The Stains Out Of This Carpet... Never Been Cleaned in 20+ years

    Excellent video and work! A complete turnaround for that interior. Thanks for sharing that with us.
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