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    Re: BeadMaker 50/50 dust test

    Thanks Eldo, fun test.
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    Poll: Re: Best easy to use Topper

    I voted Need for Bead. I think it’s similar to Beadmaker but I use less per application and it’s slightly easier to use in my opinion (I’ve not had streaking issues). They are very close though.

    I...
  3. Re: Will Wolfgang Ceramic Boost work with Wolfgang SIO2 Paint Sealant?

    In the meantime, since you already purchased the booster, and assuming you don’t have any coatings planned in the near future, I would use it up on the SiO2 Sealant. Assuming it’s OK to work with...
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    Re: Thank you Mike Phillips

    Mike, thanks for everything. You are one-of-a-kind and will be missed more than you know. There’s no way to explain how much I’ve learned and enjoyed from this hobby since the moment I started...
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    Re: Fast Interior Detailer

    My favorite thing about Fast Interior Detailer is the smell, which is important when tidying up the interior.

    Megs Quik is good too but not sure it leaves any protection behind (FAST leaves a lil...
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    Re: Your favorite Car Wash Soap

    Bingo / Bango.
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    Re: SiO2 washes and trim products

    It’s my opinion that your answer to #1 has been discussed here and you should use a normal wash for at least a few weeks before applying Solution Finish.

    And for question #2 you can always use...
  8. Re: Speed Master “The Notorious Dry” towel 1st impression…

    Not that anyone should emulate me, but I do separate loads that are specific for PFM towels. I let them pile up in their own hamper and wash when I see fit. No pre-soak needed since these are only...
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    Re: Most regretted detailing product purchase

    M37 365 Ceramic Spray Coating. It came out at the time when TW Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Spray, WG Ceramic Spray Coating, and numerous others came out. It’s by far the lesser in all categories...
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    Re: Regular Sealants vs Si02 Sealants

    SiO2 sealants have significantly better water behavior / self cleaning than regular sealants. I have a lot of each, I love both... but water behavior makes the SiO2 products much more maintainable.
  11. Re: Speed Master “The Notorious Dry” towel 1st impression…

    Great review and discussion.

    I agree that PFMs or any drying towels can remain ‘like new’ as long as they are not used with drying aids. I purposely use 90% of my PFMs with no drying aids, and I...
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    Re: Best Carnauba wax for shine/gloss red car !

    I agree with this, Fuzion will look amazing and net you more durability.
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    Re: Best Carnauba wax for shine/gloss red car !

    OP, you could look into Collinite 915, same price range as Pinnacle SSII. It lasts as long as 845 typically and it is the company’s “beauty wax”.

    But I’m sure the Mustang above shows that 845...
  14. Re: Review: DP “Not Your Father’s” SiO2 Paste Wax

    It doesn’t say on the pot that it needs a bare prepped surface, so you could try it. With anything ‘ceramic’ I try to put it on a bare surface or on top of other ceramic (waxes, toppers). But DP...
  15. Re: Review: Hybrid Solutions Ceramic 3-in-1 Detailer

    You are one of many here with streaky buying habits, no pun intended.

    As far as streaks, dry ASAP after spraying and see what happens in the morning sun. Most QDs are more watery and might be less...
  16. Re: Review: Hybrid Solutions Ceramic 3-in-1 Detailer

    As a drying aid, you’re basically asking? Yeah it works good as a drying aid. Probably better than Ceramic Spray Wax at preventing/removing water spots because the difference between the two is that...
  17. Re: Blackfire Pro Ceramic Coating, "Black Edition".

    Guz is the man.

    Keep us updated, Tom.
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    Re: Review: DP GR4 Graphene Coating

    Mike,
    In your review you mentioned to the owner not to use car washes (even touch-less, I interpret).

    “How long will it last? I don't know, that's the problem with this type of product review....
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    Re: All new Dodo Juice! (ShineCraft wax review)

    The car looks awesome. So silky smooth and definitely the glow you speak of.

    There were two Dodo Supernatural Hybrids: a regular sealant one which I didn’t like and the ceramic one (Nano) that I...
  20. Re: Turtle Wax Hybrid Flex Graphene vs 303 Graphene Nano Spray Coating

    You got me excited, was thinking this thread had the comparison.
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    Re: Igl ecoshine wax

    I’ve tried it. It’s good. Does as advertised and should get you 3 months. Pretty good beading. I compared it versus some other ceramic waxes once and it didn’t last as long but was easy to work...
  22. Re: Ammo Frothe vs CarPro ECH2O on Ceramic Coating

    You’re blowing my mind lately, Guz. Carnauba in EcH2O. Silica in Beadmaker.

    Does Souveran Paste have Graphene in it?!?
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    Re: SUV Nation

    Things are cyclic and I’m guessing cars/coupes will make a comeback in 10 years before the last hurrah when everything becomes automated and we all sit in a robot like zombies (robots and zombies...
  24. Re: The new 75th anniversary TW ceramic+graphene...attracting dust?!?!

    Why don’t you think it’s road dust? We still have slight road dust from here in PA, it’s been dry and this time of year the leaves from last year and dead sticks are probably breaking down before...
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    Re: Had some problems when practicing last night

    That’s interesting then because if it were heating up a lot you would feel heat at the bottom of the pad. It could just be poor Velcro attachment on the pad the flew off? Or were you going over an...
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