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Old 02-14-2014, 04:31 PM
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ok...that makes sense I guess. but really my friend.....your preaching a lost cause since you say what you use isn't available anyway. What good is it to fight the fight if the product you support cannot be bought by john q public?
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Old 02-14-2014, 04:44 PM
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LOL...I see scratches and holograms on that Ford...the rear pillar.

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I think it is time we end this conservation. Clearly, you just do not see the big picture here, nor have you bothered to read what I say. This SUV was not done new, so yes there could be actual scratches.

I just washed this SUV with Dawn after months from the last application, and all you can say is I see scratching on the rear pillar. What do you think this SUV would look like if it was waxed? Better?

Honestly, I do not think I could show you anything you would accept as proof,so why bother to continue this.
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ok...that makes sense I guess. but really my friend.....your preaching a lost cause since you say what you use isn't available anyway. What good is it to fight the fight if the product you support cannot be bought by john q public?

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You should pay attention here, but clearly are not.FORGET THE PRODUCT I USE!!!!!!!!!! There are others out there like Opti Coat and Glare that do the same thing which can be bought by the public.
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Re: Realistic Detailing

I think its a semantic issue. When you say detail it means washing with dawn and putting on your acrylic coating. When I think detail it's cleaning then correcting then protecting. Am I right?
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no....obviously you are a simple minded person to not accept any OPINION other than your own. You back your claims with 0 proof.....
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I think its a semantic issue. When you say detail it means washing with dawn and putting on your acrylic coating. When I think detail it's cleaning then correcting then protecting. Am I right?

Yes you are, but that is if your using wax. Although, once again you use the word protect which seems funny to me considering all of you secretly know wax offers no real protection on these forums so I been told.

There is no semantic issue here at all, nor are they similar at all IMO.What is completely different here is this. First, you are not cleaning one thing with a car shampoo that is soo mild it will not strip the wax, Second, correction is just a fancy term for removing wax/dirt/grime buildup by means of an abrasive compound.
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so all those scratches on the audi were just scratches in the wax/grime build up? And the detailer corrected them by removing that layer and getting to the real clearcoat which was undamaged?

You do know that a correction begins with a wash with a super concentrated wash and apc cleaner right? Then a clay bar if needed. This removes the wax/coating/groime layer you speak of. Im DONE with you dude! You don't even know the subject you argue against. At least do some research before trolling......
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no....obviously you are a simple minded person to not accept any OPINION other than your own. You back your claims with 0 proof.....

I am not selling one thing here but offering some free advice. Yes, I guess I am simple minded in a way. Because I can put two and two together after applying the product I use too many different applications including 2- 737 aircraft for twenty years.
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Im DONE with you dude! You don't even know the subject you argue against. At least do some research before trolling......
That's fine. You toke the words right out of my mouth because you have no clue what I do ,or use either to argue with me in the first place. Really, get over the troll comment, and look up what it really means.
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Old 02-14-2014, 06:47 PM
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you just said we are using abrasive compounds to remove wax/grime etc. when its OBVIOUS anyone who does a proper detail....LIKE ME...would use a strong wash with soap and apc to remove said wax/grime build up. You obviously know shit...that is the problem.
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Old 02-14-2014, 07:07 PM
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I'm with Scott on this one. Although I do use pure carbuna wax. I start with a concentrated wash. Then dry the same way scott does. Next I clay. Then re wash and re dry. Then I get to work with M105 and M205. Then wash again to get all the dust off. Finally, I seal, wax then glaze. I do this full set up once a year and it lasts me till the next year.
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you just said we are using abrasive compounds to remove wax/grime etc. when its OBVIOUS anyone who does a proper detail....LIKE ME...would use a strong wash with soap and apc to remove said wax/grime build up. You obviously know shit...that is the problem.

Could you show me factual data that is true, and not something you heard off a forum?

Here is a interesting picture of the AUDI:



Notice what the detailer writes here for this picture:

Below is the drivers side rear door after about 90 minutes of polishing. This is with no final polishing or wax! Definitely a huge difference compared to the front door!

90 minutes to polish one door with compound, and you think soap and apc will remove ALL this mess along with claying. Not likely.


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