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    She is here ! Yes !










    I do enjoy going to the pay to play, coin op. Wash
    The foamier the better, and to help dry...







    Runs on batteries that I already have.

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    Was only in need of 1 product but there was a big sale. And you know how that goes LOL

    Soft99 Glaco Coat Mirror Zero. This is a product I have been wanted to test for some time now. It`s a coating for the side mirrors glass and can be used on the camera lins on your back camera. The thought of this product is that you will have a bead free mirror glass and gets you a better vision even when standing still in the rain and also when you drive. Think you know what I mean when driving and the beads stands still in the vacuum on the side mirrors. Don`t have a back camera on the cars I maintain. But have used one in rain and some can get useless what only a couple of beads on it. A very specific use and will be very interesting to see if it works as advertised LOL.

    Shinemate Dust Devil backing plate 150mm/6". Have the 125mm of this and with half the price I could not resist. As the original backing plate on my 21mm longthrow polisher is very low quality and many has broken while polishing. So nice to have a 150mm backing plate when doing larger surfaces or apply LSP. Also comes with both the Rupes connection and to the free spinning DA polisher.

    SX Promax 150mm medium cutting pads. Think that these are made by Sonax pro line. Awesome pads to 1 step with Menzerna HC400 or Sonax Cut & Finish.

    Sonax Super Dry Towel 3-pack. It`s the Sonax PFM style drying towels and more like the Gyeon Silk Dryer Towel.

    Sonax Extreme Glass Cleaner. A stronger version than the green glass cleaner from them. They notice that they use DI water when making this to get less streaking and easier to work with. It`s awesome just as the green bottle one from Sonax.

    Rupes wet sanding disc 3-pack P3000.

    Sonax Trunk Organizer. Freebie and will be interesting to see what bottles and mf towels that can fit in it. Think it has some velcro stripes on the outside to attach to the fabrics in the trunk to hold it`s place.

    Pad King MF Applicator Pad. Can you have enough of these LOL.

    Black Nitrile Gloves. This was what I needed only. Ooops it got some more products that I think I needs LOL



    It`s Midsummer eve here in Sweden today. Big holidays and much of traditions. I will be haveing it tomorrow when my sister and her kids comes instead.

    Have an awesome weekend everybody!

    / Tony

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    A couple recent orders.






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    Quote Originally Posted by fly07sti View Post
    A couple recent orders.






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    Orange car pros the felt coating towels? And how do you like the brake buster?


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    No, they are there “terry weave”. The best towel I’ve ever used for leveling coatings. Haven’t used the brake buster yet, but I have some nasty wheels coming up to test it out on though. I will get some close up pics of the CarPro towels here shortly after I get done making my girls dinner.

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    They are great towels.
    Competition Ready Team 1929 Bentley
    1999 Silvermist Metallic Pontiac Grand Prix GT
    2002 Arctic White Chevy Camaro SS
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    Quote Originally Posted by fly07sti View Post
    A couple recent orders.






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    You’re going to like those DHydrate towels, they are my favorite drying towel. I like them better than TRC Double Twistress, TRC Pluffule, Luxury Microfiber (DPC) Sucker. The DHydrate is such a light towel and glides over the paint and stays pretty lightweight. The border on it is nice and hasn’t marred my paint unlike the Luxury Microfiber (DPC) Sucker, the Sucker is a great towel, I’m just a little jaded because the edgeless version came out shortly after I had used my Sucker for the first time, with it leaving love marks on my paint, those towels are $30+ a piece. The edgeless version wouldn’t mar the paint, the Pfluffle border doesn’t mar my, TRC Twistress border doesn’t mar my paint, and the DHydrate border doesn’t mar my paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMeanGreen View Post
    You’re going to like those DHydrate towels, they are my favorite drying towel. I like them better than TRC Double Twistress, TRC Pluffule, Luxury Microfiber (DPC) Sucker. The DHydrate is such a light towel and glides over the paint and stays pretty lightweight. The border on it is nice and hasn’t marred my paint unlike the Luxury Microfiber (DPC) Sucker, the Sucker is a great towel, I’m just a little jaded because the edgeless version came out shortly after I had used my Sucker for the first time, with it leaving love marks on my paint, those towels are $30+ a piece. The edgeless version wouldn’t mar the paint, the Pfluffle border doesn’t mar my, TRC Twistress border doesn’t mar my paint, and the DHydrate border doesn’t mar my paint.
    I’m expecting them to perform like the Gyeon Silk drying towels which are great. Griot’s PFM is still my hands down top performing drying towel. The sucker is good as well and I haven’t noticed any marring yet. The twistress just gets saturated way to fast and I feel the towel is a little rough. The pluffle just never did it for me for drying but I do like them for QD work. For finicky/very soft paint, I still rely on the DMC by Microfiber Madness.

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    My upgraded products for my coated DD.



    I think I opened it upside down





    A little Rupes extension and 1” BP from Buff Daddy







    A little Rupes for me






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    Took me about 2.5 years to finish my first 500ml of zirkon. I couldn`t resist buying another one as mine has probably 2 layers left in it.
    Lc Hdo blue pads.
    The sample is blackfire si02 booster which I have been adding to my orders lately and it`s pretty good stuff.
    Thanks ACC for bringing back free sample products at $X order.

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    Gearing up to do a full detail on my Garage Queen.
    He is in need of a 2 stage.
    Want to use a strip soap and remove many wax layers.
    Try a new windshield coating.
    New tire and wheel coatings.



    OG has a strip soap, and picked out a T-shirt.
    BF’s sio2 Wheel Seal, and booster (use on coated DD too).
    Beasley’s Tire conditioner (blue lotion like).
    Fictech Carlift Windshield, ceramic coating with
    PA Driver as a windshield coating booster.
    1 jug of S40, w/ honey Spider pads.
    Pearls of course, w/ black GTech M6s ( like them but $$)







    New cut pads on the way and I should be set.



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    Let us know how you like thos spider pads. That BF Wheel Sealant looks pretty close to the PBs Wheel Sealant.
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    Just a small purchase.


    Rupes blues wool pads and a pack of 10 free towels. The towels look perfect for coating removal. A touch thicker than the IGL coating removal towels and for free, an unbeatable deal.


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    French based coating

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