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    Re: Teach an old dog new tricks? Or stick with what has been working?

    Accumulator -- I`m curious to learn more about your LSP application method.

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    Re: Teach an old dog new tricks? Or stick with what has been working?

    Quote Originally Posted by TGates View Post
    Accumulator -- I`m curious to learn more about your LSP application method.
    Sorry, I didn`t mean to leave that hanging...I`m kinda busy these days and haven`t been logging on regularly

    Mainly, my LSP Application is just a matter of using as little product as I can get away with. That seems to solve every LSP-related issue I`ve ever had...well, that and just being careful around things I don`t want the LSP getting on. I don`t intend for that to come across as "..quit being careless!" or anything like that, it`s just that I have to be pretty deliberate about it.

    I generally figure that if I can see the LSP residue on the vehicle when I go to buff it off then that means I used way too much. I think of it as "the LSP bonds at the molecular level, and 99.999% of what I apply gets buffed off". I usually go by feel when applying since I can`t see it going on, and yeah I have to be careful to get uniform coverage, but that isn`t as hard as I`d expected it to be.

    When buffing off the residue, I fog the surface with my breath; the little bit of moisture helps it buff easier. That, combined with the minimal product, makes the buff-off go so well that I figure it evens the score with regard to the care/effort I go through with the application. I can honestly say that *every* LSP I use buffs off easily, even the ones that others find problematic (e.g., Klasse Sealant Glaze, M16, and...yes..the FK1000P),

    And if nothing else, all that "taking extreme care" stuff that I go through is still better *for me* than working to correct an "oops!" related to LSP-on-trim or using a non-staining product that doesn`t last/protect as well.

    Hope this belated response was of some value.

 

 
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