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Any reason to use speed wipe over hybrid v07? You should think about upgrading bro. Hybrid v07 will help protect your finish as well


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I have V07 also. I try new products out each wash and detail to try and perfect the best results possible. This is how I find out what does and doesn't work. You should use Chemical Guys Black light wax with the V07 sealer and your shit will look deep!

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Noooooooooooo you'll be cutting WAYYYY too much I recommend doing v36 a finer cut m105 is very thick with v36 you'll see results and polish at the same time
M105 will not cut to much. Just go over it with M205 and then a finish polish then wax. I use 105 on fine scratches all the time...
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Old 07-17-2014, 01:20 PM
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I have V07 also. I try new products out each wash and detail to try and perfect the best results possible. This is how I find out what does and doesn't work. You should use Chemical Guys Black light wax with the V07 sealer and your shit will look deep!

M105 will not cut to much. Just go over it with M205 and then a finish polish then wax. I use 105 on fine scratches all the time...
Well we went with 105 already so maybe go over with the 205 then fine polish I think will work if anything

I thought that would only work well with black cars?
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Re: What did you do to your WK today?

Do you guys do it by hand or do you use buffer? If you use a buffer what do you recommend? How much should I spend and what do I look for as far a speed? I have a 2012 Overland> Do you think there is enough flat spots to warrant a buffer
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Well we went with 105 already so maybe go over with the 205 then fine polish I think will work if anything

I thought that would only work well with black cars?
I was refurring to Josh on the Black light. I would just use Butter wet wax on your car.
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Do you guys do it by hand or do you use buffer? If you use a buffer what do you recommend? How much should I spend and what do I look for as far a speed? I have a 2012 Overland> Do you think there is enough flat spots to warrant a buffer
Porter Cable 7424XP. Nothing else, get that one and call it a day. You wont burn thru your paint with this buffer (unless your hitting your door edges with it lol). I would do most of the vehicle with a buffer and do the tighter areas by hand.
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Porter Cable 7424XP. Nothing else, get that one and call it a day. You wont burn thru your paint with this buffer (unless your hitting your door edges with it lol). I would do most of the vehicle with a buffer and do the tighter areas by hand.
Amen porter cable very friendly to those who just started polishing first time got used to it very quick but then again I watched a lot of YouTube video so became very accustomed to it quick. Stay away from the door edges lol
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I was refurring to Josh on the Black light. I would just use Butter wet wax on your car.
I got the butter wet wax I love it goes hand in hand with the microfiber pad I love their products nothing but good things to say about CG
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CG is top notch. I probably have over $1,000 of their stuff lol. I need them to sponsor me.....
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CG is top notch. I probably have over $1,000 of their stuff lol. I need them to sponsor me.....
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Sponsored by JeepFreak12 nice.

I'd buy all your products I do love their products very biased ask josh lol
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I have V07 also. I try new products out each wash and detail to try and perfect the best results possible. This is how I find out what does and doesn't work. You should use Chemical Guys Black light wax with the V07 sealer and your shit will look deep!

M105 will not cut to much. Just go over it with M205 and then a finish polish then wax. I use 105 on fine scratches all the time...

I want their black paste wax. It's quite an investment for wax at $85 for a jar tho. It better be f'ing unreal at that price


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Re: What did you do to your WK today?

How are the pads held on to the Porter Cable 7424XP? If you doing the side of the vehicle.
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Porter Cable 7424XP. Nothing else, get that one and call it a day. You wont burn thru your paint with this buffer (unless your hitting your door edges with it lol). I would do most of the vehicle with a buffer and do the tighter areas by hand.

X3 Yup it's a very worthwhile investment. Consider splitting it with a friend, that's what Alex and I did. There's really only one way to hurt your paint with it and I'll tell you how you do that. What you do is you grab hold of the Porter cable flip it around and smack your paint with it lol. It's that safe


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How are the pads held on to the Porter Cable 7424XP? If you doing the side of the vehicle.

You gotta buy a Velcro backing plate


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