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    Re: Need helps learning to polish cars?

    I'm pretty sure posting pics of the machines is OK since you are in Sweden and your options may be limited. :)
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    If dogs were bigger, they'd just knock you over trying to lick your face.

    If cats were bigger, they'd kill you and eat you........... ;)
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    Re: What's in your backyard?

    Hosenpfeffer dinner!!
  4. Re: Tips Cleaning chrome exhaust tips and aluminum trim

    Collinite #850 Metal Wax is another excellent option.
  5. Re: Question for you guys who live in a blizzard..

    Ric has that kind of juice in his hood.

    A "Blizzard" if you will...............:laughing::laughing:
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    Check out any pics by Ric (Eldorado2K). ;)
  7. Re: Question for you guys who live in a blizzard..

    Ric lives in L.A.

    The only snow he's ever seen was on TV. ;)
  8. Re: Question for you guys who live in a blizzard..

    WeatherTech floor liners.

    Problem solved............ ;)
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    Re: SONAX "The beast" wheel cleaner.

    SONAX FE is some great stuff. :)
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    Re: RagCo Ultra Black Sponge

    I have a dozen or so TRC towels, and they are pretty nice.

    But not nice enough to continue buying from them if this is how they treat a customer.

    Posting this here on AGO will get them some...
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    Re: What's in your backyard?

    F-15 Strike Eagle?
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    Re: Detailers Near Apex NC

    What??

    Wife kick you out of the house, Leo? :laughing::laughing:
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    Re: Hey from Evansville, Wisconsin

    Welcome to AGO! :)

    Don't sweat the polisher. The first time you use it, it will only take about 2 minutes to realize that all of the worrying was for naught.

    Using the polisher is not only...
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    Re: 2014 Chevy SS Gets Perfected & Coated

    Another home run man!

    Great job as always. :)
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    Re: 2010 Porsche GT3RS's!!!

    Cool rides Scotty!!

    Great stuff, man.:props:
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    Re: Crazy lottery jackpots.

    I would take enough to be comfortable and have some real fun, but the rest would go towards children's hospitals, animal shelters, etc.

    If only the people who DO have this much money thought...
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    Re: Question for our in-house woodworker peeps

    Duct tape, of course!! :laughing::laughing:


    Frame looks great, man. Solid work. :dblthumb2:
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    Re: 2007 Porsche GT2

    Nice job there, Jerky!!

    ;)
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    Re: 11 year old Impala

    Hood rash?? Looks like someone blasted it with a shotgun. :laughing:

    Nice work, Mikey! :props:
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    I have the little hand held Swiffer and my own stash of Swiffer refill heads behind the truck seat. Lol
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    Re: Old Cringe worthy Detailing Techniques

    Dish soap, a stiff-ish brush on a stick, and a couple old T-shirts was the way I always saw my dad do it.

    Oh my god.........:doh:
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    Re: Review: Collinite No. 845 Insulator Wax

    I have never, ever experienced "ghosting or re-hazing" with 845 or any Collinite product.

    And I'm not sure where some of the "Hard to remove" rumors started. Mike just dispelled that in his...
  23. Re: Is there a need to further prime the pad with polish after using a pad conditioning spray?

    I never "prime" my pads (meaning to spread the product all over the pad like you are buttering a slice of bread).

    I find that this method prematurely saturates the pads.

    I just use enough...
  24. Re: Doing a traditional wash with microfiber towels

    I use multiple mitts, but any quality MF towels would work just fine IMO.
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    Re: Help with prayers

    Definitely thinking of/praying for you guys, Jim. :)
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