Originally Posted by YjagetaJeep
See, Realistic....This is exactly what I'm talking about. You've gone to the trouble to list all the materials you use and even provide links....this info is very helpful and it's appreciated, but then you wreck it by saying that "the egos of most people on this forum are the so huge".....
That is inflammatory, Realistic, and causes people ignore whatever good advice you have. We all have egos...its part of our sense of self worth. It's one of those character traits that is best not broached by others...it will lead to trouble....guaranteed!
You've given some very good advice and I, for one, do appreciate it, but please allow me to now give you some advice: Think before you type...ask yourself how you would react if the same comment were directed to you. Keep personalities out of the discussion and stick to the topic and everybody will get along just fine.
Look, I appreciate the advice, but I am not here for money reasons. If I do not have information on a subject, then I do not speak about it til I have information about it. I may know how to do something, but that does not mean there is not a better and easier way to approach a problem.
Where the problem is IMO is there is only one solution for swirl marks
with certain people, and that is paint correction. I believe preventing something from happening is cheaper and far easier than repainting.Too bad certain people feel that is just pure nonsense.