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  1. Re: Newbie: Pad Selection x Product X DA setting

    You don't have any compounding pads though.
  2. Re: Review: RUPES Mark III BigFoot 21 Polisher by Mike Phillips

    Hey guys, I get it.

    But no one ever said anything about rotation being unnecessary, or unimportant, or unneeded, etc.

    The manufacturer just made a value judgement on how they prioritized the...
  3. Re: Polish/Compound/AIO Recommendation: Good cutting ability, easy workability, easy wipe-off, good finishing

    Not a fan of M105 either - at least on an orbital. It's great with wool pads on a rotary.

    I switched to M100, but even that can get dusty.
  4. Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Duragloss 111.

    Old tech that seems to be destroying the newer sealants.
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    Re: Polishes to use with HydroTech Pads

    Ultimate isn't any more oil heavy than anything else out there. And what's with this "filler" stuff? That was debunked a long time ago.

    Ultimate worked great with Hydrotech pads.
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    Re: Polishes to use with HydroTech Pads

    Lol!

    Yeah, I used scrap panels to experiment with, but sometimes through the process of determining procedure via a test spot the customer does become a sort of "practice" mule.
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    Re: Polishes to use with HydroTech Pads

    They work great with just about any compounds and polishes out there.

    They don't have much inherent cut on their own, but really work the abrasives of whatever liquids you choose.
  8. Thread: Best on black

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    Re: Best on black

    When I had my black Chevy, I first used Meguiar's M26. Then Zymol Carbon.

    If I get another black GM, I'll probably be using Duragloss 111.
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    Re: what are you currently watching?

    Yes, this series is excellent!
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    Re: 3M Perfect - IT Prodcuts

    I agree!
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    I'm more opening up a discussion topic, and seeing comments regarding the topic in a dedicated thread.

    Of course, there is the added benefit of seeing all these theories and techniques that could...
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    They seem to take a touch more effort to wipe off, but the results are truly worth it to me.
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    Re: What are you listening to...?

    https://youtu.be/4mpl8q0IO8c

    Jason, my former guitarist from Bloodline Riot has a new project, and I'm filling in for their awesome drummer Garrett on the 29th.

    I have to admit, the songs are...
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    Re: What are you listening to...?

    I wish I could, but Fellhauer is a miserable, miserable man.
  15. Re: New To Detailing a Car - Which Products Should I Consider?

    If you want to use hand applied products, consider Zymol HD Cleanse to remove paint defects, and one of the waxes to finish with.

    Very easy to work with, and the results may surprise you.
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    Re: What is a good product to fill swirls?

    I wonder how M07 would work with a layer of M21 over it?
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    Re: What is a good product to fill swirls?

    I used to love thay stuff.

    It used to be called Zymol Auto Polish, and came in a fancy plastic packaging.

    It still has that same delicious coconut/banana scent too...

    I don't remember it...
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    For me, M205 and Ultimate Polish are incredibly easy to remove. Usually one or two easy swipes, and It's perfect, so it wouldn't surprise me that M110, and M210 are also easy to remove.

    And for me...
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    Environment seems to play a role in that more than anything.

    I remember Guz saying that a change of environment are 3D One easier to wipe off, and similarly using PF2500 can drastically change...
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    How is their perfecting cream?

    Yeah, bears run when the cavedan is out and about
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    I really need to give Perfect Finish a try.
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    3D Speed was only ok for me on wipe off. HD Polish + was really nice though, and so are the Poorboy's SSR line - super smooth wipe off!
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    I'm notorious for under-using product. I'll use a small dab of Menzerna SF4000, and it will still want to fight wipe off.

    Rupes Keramik is a bit easier, but Diamond fights like a bear!
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    Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    In your experiences, which compounds and polishes have the most effortless wipe off?
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    Re: Compound with the most cut

    Usually Menzerna FG400 or Rupes Zephir is enough for me.

    Megs M100 on microfiber is still very potent too.

    I'm very interested in 3D ACA500 though.
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