Recommendations on White

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by eShine, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. eShine

    eShine New Member

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    Guys, I want to try something different on my white 96 Cobra. It curently has Klasse on it. Although I am happy with the look I havent really tried too many other combos on White. What do you guys recommend? I can pick from the following,

    Wolfgang, entire Line
    Poorboys, entire line
    NXT, Both tech and Spray Wax
    P21S, Paintwork cleanser and Carnauba

    Or,,,,,,, Should I just stick with Klasse! I want to hear your favorites on white!

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    Chris Pace
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  2. ace3

    ace3 mouthify my wang.

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    i could -never- find anything i really liked on my previous white car. nothing seemed to be terribly better than another.

    i did Klasse, Zaino, and P21 ... all seemed to be relatively similar.
     
  3. gandhibrokemyskates

    gandhibrokemyskates slangin beer

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    2 weeks ago, I did a camaro that sat out outside for a year straight and had no motor. I detailed it using DACP, Speed Glaze, and Wolfgang Sealant. G'damn that thing was awesome lookin again.
     
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    Try AIO, 4*UPP X2, or GEPC, EX-P, Paste Glaz. Nattys looks nice on 4*UPP also. Have fun and enjoy!
     
  5. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    How about Shokar? ;) I used it on a diamond white Escalade today and it really looked good, very clear and wet. A more liquid (as in deeper) combo would be AIO and Meguiars #16.
     
  6. eShine

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    LOL! I knew someone would say it! I am sending the rest of my stock to yourself and Anthony. It's only right to use the product we currently sell on our demo vehicle.
     
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    Ballast Cold Heartless Bastard

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    Hey Chris,

    I ordered 2 bottles of EX-P and 1 bottle of EX with Carnuba from you back in the late summer. Love the stuff!

    -Brent
     
  8. black 3g

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    id go with the poorboy's. i have 4 or 5 of their products and love every single one of them. the ease of use and price are great. the final products are spectacular. i plan on picking up a bunch more on my next order.
     
  9. eShine

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    PB's is what i may do. I think PwC topped with EX-P+, then Nattys. I use Spray and wipe for my QD but will try the new Spray and Gloss. We pick up our order which included Spray and Gloss this Friday.
     
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    Thanks for your buisness, I am glad you like the products.

    Chris Pace
    eShine Canada
     
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    AIO + EX-P x 2
     
  12. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Toss a little Natty's into the mix and :eek3: Instant wet!

    PwC (only) and Natty's on pearl white:

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    Chris-I appreciate the offer. PM me if you forgot my address. ;)
     
  13. eShine

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    Scott, how would you describe the differences between PwC and Profesional Polish? Does it top easily with EX-P or does the carnauba leave an un-toppable surface? I may want to try,

    SSR2 to get rid of the current products,
    PwC
    EX-P+
    Nattys

    I am not toooo overly concerned with Durability. The car only goes outside on weekends. I will slap Nattys on it every few weeks to keep it up and maintain with Spray and Gloss
     
  14. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Chris-I haven't used the Professional Polish and from what I have heard from others, it can be tough to work with. PwC is and easy on-off product and EX-P works well over it, at least for me.
     
  15. eShine

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    I'll give that combo a shot! I will take some pics of it next weekend. It will be in a huge indoor carshow in Toronto. I want to freshen it up for then. I have been using more and more PB's products. If I switch from Klasse to PB's on my Cobra it will use 100% PB's on it! I'll let you guys know how she looks by the end of this weekend!
     
  16. eShine

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    Phew! Just about done. I decoded to do PwC and then top it with Nattys! So far I have all the PwC done and the Nattys done on the front clip. I am calling it a day! Between cleaning the wheels (Taken off the car), Wheel Sealing the wheels, Washing the Car, Drying it, PwC and Nattys on the front clip I am at 5 hours! It takes a lot of time getting every nook and cranny. The PwC topped with Nattys looks great on white! I tried the new Spray and gloss on the hood and it added mucho slickness. I will finish her off tommorow morning and see if I can get it outdoors for pics. Scott, how long would it take you to Remove Wheels, Wash and seal wheels, Wash, Dry, PwC, Then Nattys a Mustang? The reason I ask is because I cant see how someone can make a living doing this! LOL.
     
  17. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Chris-most of my details are not car show prep. Soccer moms with Suburbans wouldn't be willing to pay for that level of detail. The majority of my customers simply want a 2 step job on the exterior.

    What you listed would take me 4-5 hours for the whole car. With QEW it would only take around 20 minutes to wash the whole car, so that is a significant time saver.
     
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    Priest Tango Custom User Tits

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    that generation mustang sucks, the headlights ALWAYS line up like shit, they all look like they were in bad front end crashes (my only complaint)
     
  19. eShine

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    I never seen one like that. Mine are lined up perfect. When I pull in the garage with the lights on they are perfectly lined on the wall. Maybe the mustangs you seen WERE in a front collision! LOL
     
  20. eShine

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    Ok, finally done. I have now come to this conclusion. What ever you use on white it looks the same! LOL. After PwC, Nattys, Spray & Gloss it basically looks just like it did with Klasse. I do however love the feel and smell of the nattys. I wanted to get some outdoor pics but there is snow and salt in my driveway. I will get some pics and post them up in a new thread next weekend after the Indoor Show!
     

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