This is what you get when you listen to Scottwax :mad:

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  1. iLLt3ck

    iLLt3ck OT Supporter

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    I used Meguiars Gold Class Liquid Soap + two buckets / two mits

    Then polished with ClearKote's Red Speed Glaze

    Topped with Meguairs NXT Liquid Tech Wax.

    All applied with my brand new Porter Cable 7424!

    Enjoy!


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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    :mamoru:

    Pretty easy stuff to use, eh?
     
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    iLLt3ck OT Supporter

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    Heck yea! The best part was that you can apply it in direct sunlight!

    Thanks for your help Scott!

    Btw, at what speed should I apply / remove the speed glaze & nxt?

    I'm using a PC 7424.
     
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    Is this the same scottwax from autopia.org? I go by the same name over there also...
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I apply it at a speed of 4.5 and remove it with an ultimate MF bonnet at a speed of 3. Just FYI, I've tried the paste version and like it even more. Just use a spatula or something similar to put a few dabs of the NXT paste on the pad and buff away. Once the pad it primed, it takes just a couple small dabs per panel and it also hazes a lot more quickly for removal.

    Really looks excellent on black. Very deep and rich. Not as wet as carnaubas but I solved that by topping it a few days after these pics with #16.

    #80 with a Megs polishing pad, Red Moose Glaze with a blue Propel pad, NXT paste with a blue Propel pad, removed with a Megs ultimate bonnet and PC.

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    Tundra_Jim-yes, I am the same Scottwax. :)
     
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    The car looks good, and I figured there couldn't be too many scottwaxs.....
     

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