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Old 09-19-2013, 12:05 AM   #921
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Posted a few links for you...
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Old 09-19-2013, 07:14 PM   #922
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Started about 8am this morning.. Just now pulled the truck out of the garage.. Highly frustrated. Compound is definitely NOT for the Novice.. A Orbiter/Polisher definitely is not the tool..

I'd the the paint to show through and clear up then somehow manage to fck it up again.. Ended up doing it by hand to eventually dulling it out again..

On minor jobs the clay bar, compound,polish, and wax would really bring out the luster in a vehicle..
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Old 09-19-2013, 09:07 PM   #923
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This guy does a great job at detailing cars of all sorts. He makes great videos. Maybe some of his videos will help you out!
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:36 PM   #924
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This guy does a great job at detailing cars of all sorts. He makes great videos. Maybe some of his videos will help you out! Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XAqpOe9Zt4
That compound dries in like two seconds.. I need four arms to be able to apply, rub, remove before it dries.. Damn sure aint easy to get off when it dries
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That compound dries in like two seconds.. I need four arms to be able to apply, rub, remove before it dries.. Damn sure aint easy to get off when it dries
What compound are you using? Mine has never dried out on me. Is it hot as hell right now?
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That compound dries in like two seconds.. I need four arms to be able to apply, rub, remove before it dries.. Damn sure aint easy to get off when it dries
are you using it in the sun suring the hottest part of the day? there's a reason professionals do stuff like this in the shade 👍 maybe that'll work better
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What compound are you using? Mine has never dried out on me. Is it hot as hell right now?
Meguiars ultimate compound..

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are you using it in the sun suring the hottest part of the day? there's a reason professionals do stuff like this in the shade ddc4d maybe that'll work better
I started at 8am in the garage.. High yesterday was 78 degrees.. No direct sunlight
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Thats weird. I've never had that happen to me and I do an entire panel at a time by hand.
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Meguiars ultimate compound.. I started at 8am in the garage.. High yesterday was 78 degrees.. No direct sunlight
damn well I'm stumped then. the high was 78?! omg I wish, it's like 88 right now with a high of 92-94
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Thats weird. I've never had that happen to me and I do an entire panel at a time by hand.
Maybe there is some wrong even when I did it by hand in that little section it would still dry up and then i'd have to scrub it off..
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