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    Re: Waterless Wash how many towels

    I use 2 not including the drying towel and not including the glass. They usually wind up looking like this after Iím done. I do the entire side of the car with 2 sides of a towel so as you can...
  2. Re: Keeping pads clean during compounding/polishing

    I donít use the wool pads, but I canít imagine using a damp foam pad. The 1st thing that comes to mind is that itíd be unusable. Not for you?

    Sometimes Iíll put the center of a foam pad up to my...
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    Re: Is the absorber bad for paint?

    Iíve used a Water Sprite before too. Itís solid and extremely durable.
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    They could also be intelligent to a fault and walk their butts all the way back to their old home.. I once had a cat that disappeared for about 8 days, I literally shed a tear because I thought she...
  5. Keeping pads clean during compounding/polishing

    Lets get 1 thing straight right off the bat. Water cleans pads clean. Simple as that.

    The only actual problem there is with having a minimum amount of pads to handle a job is the time youíll take...
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    Ahh yes, Iíve had a couple of cats like that before.. My current 2 cats both started as strays so theyíre naturally outdoor/indoor cats. Crazy thing is I donít know what Iíd do if I were to have to...
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    Actually cats have it a little better, because they can easily jump over any backyard wall, compared to dogs who are easily contained and lead very boring lives.[emoji23]lol.
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    Re: Is the absorber bad for paint?

    I used to use the Absorber for years and years before I knew the difference between a swirl and a squirrel.. Also keep in mind that my 1st 3 cars were white, making it even tougher to know how to...
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    Re: CarPro Clarify

    It really does look streak free if used per the directions. Wet the cloth with water from the sink and wring out but not bone dry of course, then just go along and wipedown the windows leaving that...
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    Re: CarPro Clarify

    That thing is the real deal. Just like he said, use it on nearly clean glass for that perfect finish. It really is foolproof.
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    Thatís how she earns her keep. Lol
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    Re: CarPro Clarify

    But what about the chemical smell that someone talked about? I need to be able to make sure itís safe to drink like my current stuff.
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    Re: CarPro Perl on Interior Trim Issues

    Do a test spot @ 1:1

    My guess is that the plastic is soaking it up, but thereís not enough moisture in it @5:1 resulting in an uneven look.
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    Re: CarPro Clarify

    Carpro wouldíve lost all credibility if they had made such a mistake. Thereís no way that wouldíve made it out the door.


    As far as how you guys are using this glass cleaner, are you spraying...
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    Re: Best APC comparison

    I thought that interior looked familiar.. I once detailed a similar year Sienna and just like yours that thing was thrashed. Megs D101 @10:1 worked great for me. Folex can and will work but when...
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    Best APC comparison

    You need to mop up with clean towels, using a wet vac just isnít going to get the job done. You could try as long as possible with the wet vac and youíd still easily pull away lots of grime using a...
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    Re: Interior products.

    I Love vacuumingÖ However if/when Iím dealing with an extraordinary thrashed interior it can take me a borderline absurd amount of time to thoroughly vacuum [meaning level 10 fully detailed vacuum]...
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    Re: Best APC comparison

    Itís actually the other way around.. Pre treat with Folex, and use the D101 as the more broad approach cleaner. Youíll quickly get a feel for how theyíre both geared to work that way.

    -Further...
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    Re: Show us your pet.

    I think this is a pretty cool picture of my cat. I turned this picture into a photo tile.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210503/84c806260129617b81d5b25de133863e.jpg

    My other cat being...
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    Re: CAR Dryers

    Do you still use it for the yard?
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    Re: CAR Dryers

    Yea that thing looks dangerous. Lol
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    Re: CAR Dryers

    What does it connect to? The shop vac?
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    Re: CAR Dryers

    I love the Metro Sidekick. Use it to dry wheels & tires, mirrors, emblems, grills, etcÖ Also comes in handy when polishing to blow away dust. Itís the perfect size, just donít expect it to dry a...
  24. Re: SHOCK and AWE Detailing Class! TOOLS - TOOLS - TOOLS!

    Serve that Eldorado justice.[emoji1417]
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    Re: Forum Nicknames - I still don't get it?

    That, or Batmans nemesis, the Riddler. Lol.
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