I hardly ever post pictures here:

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by RedGoober4Life, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. RedGoober4Life

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    What exactly are all the products you used on it? I have a black celica and although it doesn't have as deep swirls as that, my car isn't in the best of shape. I've tried to read some of the threads here on what to use, but I would love to know what you used on that specific car (what's DACP?).

    Right now i've just been using the 3 step system from meguiars (paint cleaner, polish, then canuba wax), however it still gets hazy and some swirls show up. Also, i have some paint chips on the hood (celica hood is known for getting many rock chips). These never really disappear, but i'm still curious what products you used. Thanks a bunch :)
     
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    wow, she cleaned up nice
     
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    We washed with Quick 'n Easy Wash (QEW)
    Clayed with clay magic blue bar
    Polished with Meguiars Dual Action Cleaner Polish + Rotary polisher and yellow pad
    Polished with Wolfgang pre-polish
    sealed with Wolfgang sealant

    Tires have poorboys tire shine
    uhm. Windows have Vanilla Moose.

    I'm forgetting things :(
     
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    i know it doesnt even compare to your work corey...but all i did was wash and wax it ;)....and i saw a black vdubb so i figured id whore my pics too :o
     
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    1st car = :eek3:
     
  7. Scottwax

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    :eek3: Holy huge pics Corey!
     
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    You should know by now that I like to post big pictures. :rofl:

    Those are actually the second smallest setting on my camera. You don't want to see large + full quality. Scott, if you ever want to go digital, I recomend Canon for you. Simply amazing quality that mimics film the most. Heh. :)

    THOMAS!!! Hit me up on AIM sir! Your work is good, maybe I'll sneak some product to you sometime to try out. I think you'd be impressed. Your skill level is definitely up there. With your body work knowledge, you could definitely make a good detailer.

    Detailing is good therapy for me. ha. :)
     
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    The member was on VWvortex. I wonder if he posted pictures. :) I'd like to become famous--or at least my (and my boss's) work! Heh.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    www.xat.com best image optimizer I have ever used. My pics start off at 1800 x 1200 and 800k to 1.4 MB on the picture CDs I get. Even at 750 x 500, I can get them down to about 75-90k with excellent picture quality.

    BTW, the image optimizer is free!

    The pics I have seen so far look really good! Outstanding.jpg sir!
     
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    Ok, I'll be nice to 56k users from now on. And those on smaller monitors. :hs:
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Size isn't the problem, I have a 19" monitor. File size is what kills. :sad2:
     
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    I thought you were going to get broadband when your son came back for the summer? What's taking so long? ;)
     
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    hey!!! your not on aim:(.....


    and yea, doing anything with cars is therapy for me too, even if its laborious (did i just make that word up?)...cars just let me get away from it all for a few hours :)
     
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    :wtc: All right, I'll keep them smaller.

    Tom, my SN is Jesus8UrBaby. At least the one I use most often now. I'm thinking about switching to something more...non-offensive? I think I've outgrown my "Im an atheist" stage and am looking back into the church for answers that can't be explained in science (I think the two can work very well together, though). :)
     

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