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    Exclamation Trail Blazer

    Duragloss #901 with LC Red mitt….
    Tire cleaned with Amazing Roll Off
    Rims Poorboys spray and rinse…
    Dry with guzzler and leaf blower….
    Door jams Duragloss #521 detail spray….
    Engine cleaned with Pressure washer and Amazing Roll off...
    Paint Polishes Megs #105 yellow 5.5 LC pad…
    LSP Griots One Step Sealant orange 5.5 LC pad…
    Outside Glass rain x
    Outside plastic Black Again
    Carpet cleaned with Folex
    Wheels LSP Duragloss #951 Aquawax
    Wheels Wells and engine LSP #265 Duragloss Ultimate spray…
    Tire Dressing #265 Duragloss Ultimate spray…
    DG #201 on all vinyl
    Headlight Griots One Step Sealant yellow LC 3 inch pad…
    Question and comments are always welcome….
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    Re: Trail Blazer

    that engine really looks nice.

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    Thumbs up Re: Trail Blazer

    Nice work Sparkie!!
    Stephen R. Hollon, Jr
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    Re: Trail Blazer

    Quote Originally Posted by ballfan4141 View Post
    that engine really looks nice.
    Thanks...You know I didn't know they have an inline 6...I open the hood looking for a V6...LOL...

    Quote Originally Posted by SRHTX View Post
    Nice work Sparkie!!
    Thank you Buddy....


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    Re: Trail Blazer

    Nice job, sparkie!

    Youu sure like the Griot's one step sealant. Why do you apply it with an orange pad and not a white or black pad?

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    Re: Trail Blazer

    Quote Originally Posted by 07 z-oh-6 View Post
    Nice job, sparkie!

    Youu sure like the Griot's one step sealant. Why do you apply it with an orange pad and not a white or black pad?
    I really do, great stuff IMO...I just prefer the look of the paint when I used the orange pad...Thanks for looking....


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    Re: Trail Blazer

    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie View Post
    I really do, great stuff IMO...I just prefer the look of the paint when I used the orange pad...Thanks for looking....
    3 questions,

    Why didn't you do a 3 step correction on this?

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    Does the Griot's take different technique than a regular polish (6 slow passes)?

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    Do you see significantly less swirling/scratching after using this product?

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    Re: Trail Blazer

    Quote Originally Posted by jernal024 View Post
    3 questions,

    Why didn't you do a 3 step correction on this?

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    Does the Griot's take different technique than a regular polish (6 slow passes)?

    and

    Do you see significantly less swirling/scratching after using this product?
    1-If I can get it done in two steps it saves time. The old saying "time is money"....
    2-I polish until the swirls are out, I don't look at how many passes I do. My GG DA with the 5.5 pads works alot faster than my old PC.
    3-I guess you are talking about Megs #105? Yes, great stuff, some times you need to step it up or down, depends on the paint...
    Thanks for looking...


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