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Old 01-10-2012, 08:57 PM   #31 (permalink)
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If anyone is around the fresno area and wants there ride detailed and is willing to drop it off to me all day. I charge 100 for a full detail or 150 for a SUV. I will need all day. I have a did a couple of cars already.

www.facebook.com/jrsdetailing is my facebook page to contact me

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Old 01-11-2012, 04:38 PM   #32 (permalink)
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i want a 7424 soooo bad:/

If you're going to buy a DA, go with the Griot's Garage or the Meguiar's G110V2. The PC XP is weak; mine is used as a wax spreader now. The Griot's unit is a torque monster.
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My car is a torque monster
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What are the obvious reasons?

Because I recently started doing this, much thanks to you rwright

It is good to see another member tackling his car with the M105 and 205. It is quite the time consuming task, and it is very satisfying to see the results. Especially in the following days, weeks, and months.
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Old 01-12-2012, 07:37 AM   #35 (permalink)
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Because I recently started doing this, much thanks to you rwright

It is good to see another member tackling his car with the M105 and 205. It is quite the time consuming task, and it is very satisfying to see the results. Especially in the following days, weeks, and months.

Oh, I thought maybe you were helping him out behind the scenes or something. I'm with you though, I love seeing people put the time and effort in their own rides.
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whats the best detail spray? I use adams, but i see on this site theres ALOT of pro different brands what you guys use? Up to this point ive NEVER used a detail spray as nice as adams, takes water spots RIGHT off, it SHINES, and FEELS like you just layed a layer of wax down, amazing stuff. Anything else out there as nice or nicer?
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Old 01-12-2012, 12:37 PM   #37 (permalink)
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Unfortunately I reside(Ontario, Canada) no where near a good detail shop and prefer to detail myself. I own a 2005 OB SRT4 and would love to maybe get a detailed step instructions as to what you did to make that OB look the way it does. You did a fantastic job and I would like to try those products and your methods on my car.

If you dont mind sharing your secrets or just your methods I would love to try them out for myself, Pm Me .

Car looks awesome great job.
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Nice work!
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Old 01-15-2012, 04:11 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by rwright View Post
If you're going to buy a DA, go with the Griot's Garage or the Meguiar's G110V2. The PC XP is weak; mine is used as a wax spreader now. The Griot's unit is a torque monster.

the 7424 PC is weak. the 7424xp is alot better. It is probably weaker than the meguiars since it has the built in clutch so it slows down when you push down on the pad. I went with the PC after reading everywhere about getting a safe buffer that was good enough for most professtionals

here is a mazda mx6 i did. All i did was use meguiars 105 and a orange pad with my porter cable 7424xp. took about 3 1/2 to 4hours. M105 is really hard to remove as it sticks to the paint and takes many towels to remove. After i wiped all the 105 wax off i hit the car with ice detail spray with 2 clean towels to get anything i missed off. i did his car for 40bucks. talk about a deal

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Here's a comparasion of me working the product in compared to what i havent touched to the right side. porter Cable is good enough for me & safe.
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Old 01-15-2012, 04:17 PM   #40 (permalink)
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Because I recently started doing this, much thanks to you rwright

It is good to see another member tackling his car with the M105 and 205. It is quite the time consuming task, and it is very satisfying to see the results. Especially in the following days, weeks, and months.

thanks man. it just seemed like the easiest way since im a beginner to use those 2 products after everything i read. i havent even hit my own car with these products. i cant wait to do it, i just gotta get prepared for an all day thing.
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Old 01-15-2012, 04:29 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by Neufe_77 View Post
Unfortunately I reside(Ontario, Canada) no where near a good detail shop and prefer to detail myself. I own a 2005 OB SRT4 and would love to maybe get a detailed step instructions as to what you did to make that OB look the way it does. You did a fantastic job and I would like to try those products and your methods on my car.

If you dont mind sharing your secrets or just your methods I would love to try them out for myself, Pm Me .

Car looks awesome great job.

Ill just keep the thread going instead of a PM. All you need is money, the machine does the rest of the work pretty much.

porter cable 7424xp (wont burn the paint if you dont no what your doing)
Orange lake country 6.5" pad. Use meguiars #105 with this pad for the whole car.
Than you need a White lake country pad 6.5" and use meguiars #205 with that over the whole car.
Than you can use what i wish i had which is meguiars #21 sealant and use a Lake country Black 6.5" pad. after that your good.


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Old 01-15-2012, 08:20 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Car looks great. I need to do this on both of my cars....
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Old 01-18-2012, 01:26 PM   #43 (permalink)
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yeah. all cars should be waxed and protected i gotta do my car. ive been lazy
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Quote: Originally Posted by rwright View Post
If you're going to buy a DA, go with the Griot's Garage or the Meguiar's G110V2. The PC XP is weak; mine is used as a wax spreader now. The Griot's unit is a torque monster.

Has Meguiars fixed the power cord failure issue yet? I've gone thru two units now, each failed within two months of minimal use. About to send unit #2 back under warranty, but seriously regretting not just buying the Griot's DA in the first place. Probably will end up either buying it or the Flex DA.
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:40 PM   #45 (permalink)
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lookin good man!!
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