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I 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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I find that extremely hard to believe given what you say here. You seal, wax ,and glaze? That sounds like a accident waiting to happen IMO.
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:00 PM
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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.
You idiot. ..those are scratches and swirling....not wax build up. That is major damage to the clearcoat. He already removed all the gunk....read the thread buddy. Boy...u make this easy. Go away
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:08 PM
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I am not selling one thing here but offering some free advice.
You know what they say about free advice ... it's worth every penny!

Seriously, if your purpose is to give some advice, give the advice and let people take it or leave it as they wish. Once you have to start "defending" your advice, you appear to have another agenda. This is particularly true with unsolicited advice.


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You idiot. ..those are scratches and swirling....not wax build up. That is major damage to the clearcoat. He already removed all the gunk....read the thread buddy. Boy...u make this easy. Go away
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Really, I have enough of your insults. I have not called you a idiot, or simple minded either.You demand answers from me, but ignore mine. Clearly, you are the one looking for a argument, not me.

Since you reminded me of your rules of your forum you will enforce like starting arguments. Well how about this one:

1. No personal attacks - This applies to your conduct in the forums, in Private Messages (PMs), and in Visitor Messages (VMs). Prohibited behavior includes, but is not limited to, name/expletive calling

I think calling someone stupid, and simple minded would be called name calling IMO.
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I apologize...that was over the top. But...If you couldn't see or didn't know that was clearcoat damage.....then I have nothing else to add.
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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.
I am amazed at your pompousness here.
Correction is not removing wax or grime build up. It is removing swirls and scratches by the knucklehead that used earth and clay on the car before you got to fix it.
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I am amazed at your pompousness here.
Correction is not removing wax or grime build up. It is removing swirls and scratches by the knucklehead that used earth and clay on the car before you got to fix it.

I am amazed how a head hunter knows more than this kucklehead with 20 years experience as a working detailer does. By this statement you should stay to your day job because you do not have a clue what your talking about when it comes to detailing.

Since you cannot read let try and explain something. There were no swirl marks on the Camary, only a rough gritty feel with some tree sap. I was not trying to fix scratches, but remove the gritty feeling. The earth and clay did that without a polisher.
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I am amazed how a head hunter knows more than this kucklehead with 20 years experience as a working detailer does.
Me too but I guess the truth hurts sometimes.

I am curious, you eluded to the fact that you have been banned by numerous forums because of Wax zealots...or something like that. As shocking as you being banned might seem, how many forums have you been banned from?
My guess? You have lost count.
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=Scottina06;976048 But...If you couldn't see or didn't know that was clearcoat damage....
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Thanks for the apology, but I know for a absolute fact that ALL those marks are not in the actual clear coat itself.
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Me too but I guess the truth hurts sometimes.

I am curious, you eluded to the fact that you have been banned by numerous forums because of Wax zealots...or something like that. As shocking as you being banned might seem, how many forums have you been banned from?
My guess? You have lost count.

Look, before your ego gets out of control again, please, mind your own business. I do not need another sermon on correction basics straight from Auto Geek videos thank you.
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Lol this thread is stupid. If anyone wants to wash / wax / detail the jeep let me know lol but don't scratch the shit out of it!
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I have learned quite a bit about detailing over the years on autogeek. I have five vehicles that I take care of and the info I have learned from that site has been spot on. This thread however is quite the opposite.
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