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Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by JointBeaker, Mar 19, 2004.

  1. JointBeaker

    JointBeaker packaging engineer #2 OT Supporter

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    Hey Scott. Thanks to you, and everyone that shares pics, advice, and knowledge on the S&S Forum.

    Anyhow...Could you direct me to a reputable website where I could purchase Meguiars DACP?

    I've got a '98 Dodge Neon, Intense Blue. Here's a website with a few pictures of the specific color... http://www.dacom-co.com/neon.htm (not my car, nor website)

    I really hate living in a college town. My hood has two 8" diameter patches full of small scratches on the clearcote. From all that I've read on this forum the past year or so, I figure DACP would be the way to go. Any other ideas? I could take a picture tomorrow if it's sunny.

    Thanks.
    JB
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Without actually seeing the car in person, it is hard to say exactly what product you should start off with, but DACP would be a safe choice since it starts off strong and quickly breaks down to a finer polish. You just have to be sure you work it into the paint until it looks nearly clear and dry.

    I buy my Meguiars product from a local pro distributer, so I don't really know who to order online from. www.autopia.com would be a good place to start. Just click on the shop/autopia store link.
     
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    JointBeaker packaging engineer #2 OT Supporter

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    Yeah, I understand. If we actually get some sun up in this part of the state tomorrow, I'll try to take a few pictures showing what's happened. I know it's not "in person" but, I'd still like to try. :) I'll even make the photo's dial-up friendly. :bigthumb:

    If it works out, I'll update this thread tomorrow.

    Thanks again.
    JB
     

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