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Offline TLRam1

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Re: Cars & Clay
« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2017, 03:49:29 PM »
Thanks guys and will do Jesse.

I think the wet look is here to stay for the most part as the ultimate compound gave the car that look, no wax needed. I only waxed it "just because", you may already know this but the wax did not bring out the shine. It cleaned up the prior work a bit and they say put a protective coat on the finish. If the wax brought the wet shine look to the car it would not last. Let's hope so anyway.

When I go outside I have to feel the paint, smooth and I am impressed.
Terry

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Allen, TX.

74 GT750 - 75 GT380 – 01 & 97 Magna - 03 KX 250-01 – 01 WR 250 – 04 WR 450 - 74 T500 Titan

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Re: Cars & Clay
« Reply #16 on: September 13, 2017, 04:24:37 PM »
Meant to post this earlier, there are two types of the pad a fine grade and medium (IIRC), I bought the fine.

Used by hand. 
Terry

My mama always told me never put off till tomorrow people you can kill today.

Allen, TX.

74 GT750 - 75 GT380 – 01 & 97 Magna - 03 KX 250-01 – 01 WR 250 – 04 WR 450 - 74 T500 Titan