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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  8. dszx13

    dszx13 Well-Known Member

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    Bumping the hell out of this.

    I finally got me a hf polisher. I don't plan to make it show worthy but maaaa e it black again with less scratches. I've been following a group called clear finish products and seen a bunch of before and afters of their products at work and think I'm gonna try it. [​IMG]

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  9. ScottyBoy

    ScottyBoy The LED Man

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    I have a HF polisher too. But mine is like 3 years old now, I swapped out the backing plate with a 5inch "Astro Pneumatic" backing plate that I copped off amerzon for like 7 or 8 bucks. Oh, and don't bother with the Harbor Freight backing plate or the cheap ass pads they sell at Harbor Freight. I got some Chemical Guys hex-logic pads, and I have an older set of Adam's microfiber pads. For polishing, I have the Adam's two step polishes, and I have the Megiuar's M105 and M205 which actually seems to produce better results than the Adam's, but it does leave a lot more dust than the Adam's Polishes.
    I'm in a group on Facebook called "Detailing for Dummies" and a lot of people swear that HD Speed AIO is the best shit known to mankind.
    But I have never tried it personally. I'll use up all the polishes, compound and waxes before I end up buying more shit. If you want to come by one day when you are off you're welcome to raid my stash and try out whatever you want. Just let me know.
     
  10. dszx13

    dszx13 Well-Known Member

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    I'm in that group too. That's where I found the other group who use some stuff called p1 that they swear by. I've seen videos of it being used and really has me a believer. Lol.

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