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    Re: Back to the basics- Detailing diagrams and Dialog

    Terrific post to refer back.

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    Re: Back to the basics- Detailing diagrams and Dialog

    What people sometimes don't understand is that bad metal can also give the look of OP. Depending on the make it is best to be very careful when attacking orange peel and it is best to get a clear coat guage to measure the thickness of the clearcoat.

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    Re: Back to the basics- Detailing diagrams and Dialog

    Hey Meghan! Are you listening? This needs to be a "Sticky"!

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    Re: Back to the basics- Detailing diagrams and Dialog

    EXCELLENT!
    This is very helpful to beginners, like me
    Thanks budman!
    Dan

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    Great post Budman- Clear, concise and very informative

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    Re: Back to the basics- Detailing diagrams and Dialog

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing.....


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    Nice job. Thanks for posting.

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    You are the "man", budman! Nice of you to take the time to post this.

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    Awesome post as always budman! Very well done!

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    Re: Back to the basics- Detailing diagrams and Dialog

    Glad everyone likes it .

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