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syntax wrote:thank you have to visit lubetech to see their prices
anyone knows how to reach there
aye karim what do you use to dry your cars
I would assume the clean clay would mean that the wax has been doing its job and protecting the paint well after 3-4 months in open weather. AG SRP lasted maybe a month at most in the same conditions.
The car was then retreated with the Best of Show Wax and it left the paint looking deep and rich.
I am very impressed with the Griot's line of products, especially the Best of Show Wax.
DSM_05 wrote:Most OTC polishes remove mere micrometres of clearcoat....at least, when worked by hand. So it's nearly impossible to really harm your clear or thin it out.
When working by machine, then is when things get dicey. Most mild polishes still won't thin out your clear noticeably unless you polish like every week. But most CORRECTION based polishes (M105?) can cut through your clear if used too much.
silent_riot wrote:Nice pics man. Do you have any before pics?
Also, I find sunlight pics to be the best swirl revealer.
How dat Pinnacle clay working out for ya?
And that Megs ultimate compound really is one of their best products eh.
Shoulda go crazy on the red. Bright colors can be quite rewarding to work on. Red, blue, orange..
Lewwe see some full car shots nah.
DSM_05 wrote:^^Yes but your cars are euros...correct? BMW if I'm not mistaken? Their paint is quite hard. Ultimate Compound finishes quite well on those.
AG AW is quite a good product, but I find it a bit hard to use. Hazes/smears easily if you apply too much. With products like Mothers Cal Gold Spray Wax, or even something like Megs Detailers, it's nearly impossible to leave streaking. But yes, they give about 70% of the durability of AG AW.
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