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Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by eightvalve, Feb 4, 2002.

  1. eightvalve

    eightvalve Reformed Lurker Crew #1

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    My friend brought his golf to me in a need of his paint being saved. His car didnt even reflect light when i got started, and the clear coat was coming off. I dont think it was wax in years. And the paint seemed leached of any oil of gloss it ever had.

    I dont have any before pics, but heres an after. The paint felt like sandpaper, now its like silk.
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I know what you mean. I wish I had a before pic of this 911-wasn't real bad, but it was slightly faded. When I was done, I was amazed at the gloss the original paint on this 1982 911 had. The customer was definitely happy!
     
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    eightvalve Reformed Lurker Crew #1

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    How much do you normally charge people for detailing, im thinkling about making some cash off of this.
     
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    www.scottwax.com and click on 'services'.
     

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