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TECH N FIZ wrote:Karim Khan wrote:Tech,,,,, Is it the Auto Glym Ultra Deep Shine that leaves the whitish finish? If not can you take a pic and send it to me :email@example.com or better yet give me a call and we can make some arrangements for me to see it and i can guide you from there.
Karim Khan - 784-9290
yup is the ultra deep shine, but even with the prestone after it drys to a haze & i buff it out it still leaves a residue. i tried calling you dis evening because i was frustrated. Don't think it will show in a pic but i'll see.
thanks for the reply.
Alpha_2nr wrote:Karim, any thoughts on Optimum's new OptiCoat 2.0? I'm an ONR user myself...albeit, not a huge fan of it.
For folks who don't know....it's a PERMANENT paint coating. it doesn't wash off or anything. the ONLY way to remove it after it cures, is by significant polishing. Also, on the Mohs hardness scale, it exceeds the hardness of basic clears?
Chemical wrote:Ok, so after spending probably a few hundred hrs reading on auto detailing etc I think in theory I fully understand the process & keeping the vehicle looking @ its peak condition.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq6t8w-v ... re=related
(someone embed this for me pls)..thx
This presoak / car foam wash is what i'm trying to get. After all the research done this will eliminate swirl marks etc. Its purpose is to lift dirt, grime etc off the body of the car & trap it into the foam. Same principle as the latest car washes in Canada / States which is touchless.
(1) I'm thinking when using my p/washer to heat the water to a pretty high temperature & wash engine, wheel wells, wheels & body to loosen the dirt etc.
(2) Then apply pre-soak on car & simple green on engine & wheel wells. Let sit for approx 20 min for engine & 5 min for pre-soak, then rinse off with garden hose / p/washer.
(3) Once step 2 is finished, using running water, use a MF cloth & re-wash car.
(4) Finally drying will prob yield best results via high velocity blower after using the Hi-Tech Flexi Water Blade (made of surgical silicone) I tried the blower (high output) on the car & was amazed. It was borrowed !
WRT MF cloths, never wring it, squeeze it to remove water.
The p/washer I have is a Karcher 1600 psi so there is the bottle adapter to fit for the foam cleaner. Hadden & Co has stock of it or off amazon.
Chemical wrote:^^It's officially launched on today's express.....Lubetech is the official distributor of Meguiars products.
Karim Khan wrote:i have a brand new bottle of Swirl -X just sitting here.. i would sell it to you ,, let me know if you are interested
shmilymann wrote:Karim Khan wrote:i have a brand new bottle of Swirl -X just sitting here.. i would sell it to you ,, let me know if you are interested
Thanks man. Terry towel + elbow grease and swirls are all gone!
Hope they don't come back after washing :p
just came across this link
very helpful info here
Karim Khan wrote:Guys i used the flex today and i must say this machine is awesome!!!
beric wrote:Karim Khan wrote:Guys i used the flex today and i must say this machine is awesome!!!
Hey Karim, nice to see u in the FLEX 3401 VRG club, man. You have the real macoy of DA polishers. As popular as the Porter Cable is (and I still use often) it is no match for Mr. Flex. I just wrote a post answering 'Chung" (not sure I got the name right) on an article posted highlighting the PC, and I mentioned the advantage of the Flex. A great time and product saver. And a true hybrid between the more powerful direct drive rotary buffer and the orbitals.
As you already know though, at the end of the day, it is your correct pad/polish combination, and technique, that does the trick Thing is, a lot of polishes etc out there, even with some popular brands, are really 'old school' compared to the latest type stuff.
Chemical wrote:Went lubetech y/day....very disappointed with the products ....A/art had alot more og the Meg's products. The tech wax is $167/bottle. I'll stick to good ole Amazon as their prices are very high.
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