Starter kit.

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by dszx13, Oct 23, 2016.

  1. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    that stuff was great. but i wont buy any more of it.
     
  2. TechieTruckGuy

    TechieTruckGuy 3.5 EcoHell

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    If you guys want some good tips check out obsessed garage on YouTube. The guy is a bit of weirdo but his stuff is perfect. Dfw his wash bay.


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  3. THE Mook

    THE Mook Well-Known Member

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    I've got a decent stock of what I liked from there left. HydroSeal, Rinse Free Wash, Tire Dressing, the Polishes... DID order a couple DS refills!
     
  4. TechieTruckGuy

    TechieTruckGuy 3.5 EcoHell

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    It's funny my Acrylic Sealant was the consistency and color of peanut butter after sitting for like 6 months.


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  5. THE Mook

    THE Mook Well-Known Member

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    I have two bottles. One that is like that and one that DvK managed to not have that happen to. For the PB one, I added a couple drops of distilled water, and just kept mixing it until it was runny enough to use. Took a while.
     
  6. theonlyblackone

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    you guys should try HD products


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  7. slicksierra

    slicksierra Feel some type of way

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    Check out AMMO NYC on YouTube as well as Obsessed garages as mentioned. You need a good two bucket system and a safe drying method. I use a leaf blower just need a constant fresh wax or sealant for it to work well. As far as correcting, look at the griots 6in I have it very awesome better deal and more power than a PC. I use Shine Supply for my compounds along with a microfiber cutting pad followed up by CarPro Essence with a foam pad. Then CarPro Reload as a sealant. Also as previously mentioned you need a good decontamination before correction so I would use a paint Decon spray like an iron and tar remover then clay.


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