03 G35 v. Flex for first time

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Labster, Mar 15, 2008.

  1. Labster

    Labster OT Supporter

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    I finally was able to use my Flex for the first time and wow! Never been happier with a purchase! Anyway, here are the results:

    Foam gun with Megs Deep Purple and a bit of purple power degreaser
    Megs Deep Purple 2 bucket method and Lowes GS
    Excel elastic clay
    P21 wheel gel
    Optimum Compound via Flex with LC Orange
    Klasse AIO via Flex with LC Blue pad
    4 Star UPP x2 via Flex with LC Red
    Stoners More Shine on the tires and wells
    Poorboys Wheel Sealant
    Vanilla Moose and Flex with LC polishing pad on headlights
    AIO on all trim
    IG on glass

    Here are the pics, sorry it was very overcast today in FL...Yesterday was freaking sunny as what!
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  2. Scottwax

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    Looks really good. :)

    How do you like the Flex compared to the rotary? Is it even worth it if you already have a rotary?
     
  3. Labster

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    I love having the versatility that comes with having the Flex. It allows me to have a machine that I can use that corrects better than a PC and faster than a PC but I still don't need to pull out the Rotary unless absolutely necessary and most of my customers do not demand absolutely perfect paint and I'm not removing wetsanding marks very often so it fills that spot nicely.
     

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