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    Re: Operation outdoor kitchen coat!

    Beautiful outdoor room. So did the coating help with finger prints on the stainless steel appliances?
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    Re: Detailing Tips for Honeycomb Grills ?

    I hate the grills on some of the new Lexus'. You can waste an hour or two on those things
  3. Re: Do black cars really need products specific for black paint?

    Every LSP you apply or layer on top of another LSP will change the way the light travels through the layers of LSP and clear coat and then back through. They will have different angles of...
  4. Re: Onr not taking dirt off or is it road film that it just canít get off?

    That Purple Power Vehicle and Boat wash takes forever to rinse off. You think it is rinsed off until you realize that you can still see the rainbow effect at the edges of the sheeting water from the...
  5. Re: Onr not taking dirt off or is it road film that it just canít get off?

    ONR has stained the grout sponges that I used to use.
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    Re: McKee's 37 Hydro Blue on Exterior Trim

    It would most likely form a layer of protection over the #40, but who knows how long it would last. I do notice that when I use this type of spray on blast off sealant on my wheels that the tire...
  7. Re: Can you apply a ceramic coating to old school single stage lacquer paint?

    How about if instead of a strong panel wipe you use something like Duragloss Squeaky Clean or the McKees37 Paint Coating Prep polish?

    Mike, do you think they would dull the paint? There is not...
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    Re: McKeey's Plastic Trim Restorer = WETS?

    I thought that maybe the WETS beaded water a little bit stronger and the M37 penetrated deeper and restored a bit better.
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    I have had pretty good luck using Spray Nine APC. It is a fungicide, bactericide and disinfectant and a pretty damn good APC too.
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    Re: Non-Toxic Cleaners

    The Ultima Interior Shampoo also seems very mild, but works great.
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    Re: Non-Toxic Cleaners

    The 303 Multi-Surface concentrate has worked well for me for interiors when needed. You can even clean your fruits and veggies with it. Its a colloidal cleaner which I don't really understand. I...
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    Re: What is a good product to fill swirls?

    I still have bottle of Danase Wet Glaze and Danase Pure Polish
  13. Re: Dumb question on using iron remover for first time

    I apply after 2 degreasing washes. I like to keep rewetting the panels the iron remover by wiping the panels with a MF and I wouldn't do that on a dirty car. I apply it to the first panels that...
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    Definitely the PA polishes. But they only get used on my own cars because they are too much $.
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    Re: Big argument starter...Lol

    The only handle that I use is the loop handle on my Makita rotary. I have a drawer full of side handles.
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    Re: Polishes With The Easiest Wipe Off

    Carpro Reflect is pretty easy to wipe off too. I think that Megs Ultimate Compound is pretty easy to remove also.
  17. Re: Applying ceramic coating to areas near rubber seals?

    They are foam that is wrapped in plastic then wrapped in MF suede. So the coating does not soak into the foam just the MF. I started using these earlier this year
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    Re: What is a good product to fill swirls?

    Sometimes you can't polish with abrasives because the clear has gotten too thin or is starting to fail. Obviously a proper polishing will come out better.

    Prima Amigo for an acrylic based glaze...
  19. Re: Dumb question on using iron remover for first time

    The plastic trim has iron fallout from brake dust embedded in it too. I have not seen it cause any trouble with plastic trim.
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    Re: Issues with Buff and Shine Pads

    Too much moisture within the pad makes it heat up very quickly, then the foam deforms in the center of the pad usually. You may have also been pushing down on the polisher too much creating more heat
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    Re: Deep glass cleaning

    For interior windows the M37 20/20 Cockpit glass window polish is the best I have ever used if you have really dirty interior windows. It says for interior windows only but I never understood why it...
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    Re: Deep glass cleaning

    It is a great first step. It is pretty easy to use and wipe off. I use an old 4" yellow/cutting or orange/light cutting pad on windows. If that does not remove them then I will use something more...
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    Re: How to remove this stain from the paint

    Any texture to it?
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    Re: Impressed by retail offerings

    I see that also. Some AA stores will have a big dedicated section for Griot's products with polishers, pads and an assortment of MF towels and other stores only have a few bottles on the shelf mixed...
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    Re: 28 year old single stage paint

    You guys in CO will be able to go skiing on 4th of July this year! That Miata should clean up really nicely. Does not look 28 years old
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