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  1. King of No Pants

    King of No Pants aww yankee puppy aww

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    Clay bar = ClearKote

    Cleaner = Meguiars Fine

    polishes = vanilla moose wax

    Sealants = Poorboy's EX-P

    Wax = P21S' S100

    im about to buy all of these but do you think one bottle of each is enough to do 2 cars?
     
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    One bottle is DEFINATELY enough to do 2 cars.
     
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    Cleaner = Meguiar's Fine?

    Haven't heard of it. I'd go with #82 SFP and/or #83 DACP for surface correction. VM is more of a glaze than a true polish. I don't know if EX-P will bond to it due to the oils in it. Wait for Scottwax on that one. Think about Clay Magic for clay instead. It is easier to obtain and many prefer it. Try Wal-Mart or Pep-Boys for it.
     
  4. King of No Pants

    King of No Pants aww yankee puppy aww

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    who makes that stuff?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I agree with Sean. DACP and SFP. You will need both. Clay Magic is a bit cheaper but the Clearkote bar is larger, Quikshine is a much better QD than you get with CM and the bar is a touch stronger. I would pick up a CM bar too though so you have an extra on hand.

    I have had no problems using EX-P over VM. Looks real good too!

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  6. King of No Pants

    King of No Pants aww yankee puppy aww

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    so the order goes

    clay bar
    # 82 SFP
    # 83 DACP
    vanilla moose wax
    poorboys EX-P
    S100

    right?
     
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    GSRstilez New Member

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    DACP is more abrasive, so use it first. You will usually still have light swirling or "hazing" after you use it, so you then use SFP...or use SFP alone if the blemishes are minor.

    After that, you got it all correct :xyxthumbs
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    As Sean mentioned, #83 before #82. I would hold off on topping EX-P with S100, you may find you are more than happy with the way EX-P looks by its ownself. ;)
     
  9. NoXeN

    NoXeN You can find me up on one

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    tryin to buff out the m3? :rofl: :fawk:
     

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