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    Did the paint `bleed` onto your pad? Single stage?
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    Very nice!
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    One of automotive design`s most iconic sports cars in one of the most desirable colors, red, done to perfection by the master himself, Mike lambert.
    I ALWAYS enjoy your posts of pictures of any vehicle you do and the detailed write-ups (even if it`s not in this post). Thank you ever so much for taking the time to share your detailing expertise in pictures and text.

    It seems like I see a lot of Griot`s Garage car-care products in your pictures. Are they a product of choice by you because of end-results, easy to use, a good value(IE, good performance with a reasonable purchase price), or all of the fore-mentioned qualities/characteristics??
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    Thanks so much! I’m flattered by your comments. I had trouble getting the pictures in a previous post so all the details are in that one. We are now exclusively using Griot’s products, from towels to machines. For all the reasons you state and the unparalleled warranty and customer service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike lambert View Post
    Thanks so much! I’m flattered by your comments. I had trouble getting the pictures in a previous post so all the details are in that one. We are now exclusively using Griot’s products, from towels to machines. For all the reasons you state and the unparalleled warranty and customer service.
    I also saw in another post that your "exclusive" use of Griot`s Garage products allows you to have ONE source for customer service calls and answers IF you have questions or problems with ANY of their products. GG is second-to-none about their customer service and standing behind their products.

    I had (have, really) a perceived (my opinion) "problem" with their Leather Care product I bought at Advanced Auto. To me, the ureic acids in this formulation designed to add a slight acid ph to help preserve and condition leathers smells like, well, a barnyard. I should know, living in rural Wisconsin that was all dairy farms where I grew up. I complained to their Customer Service department and they were MORE than willing to replace it for me. I am learning to live with it and the offensive smell does dissipate in a few days. That said, the few "friends and family" vehicles I have used this leather product on, owners seem to like it, as they think this is what clean leather SHOULD smell like. To each his own, I guess!!
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