What should i do to my excursion tomorrow.

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  1. Blair

    Blair New Member

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    I have had it a year now and it has never had a good detailing. I have a Porter Cable random orbital and a detailers paradise applicator set for it. What products and techniques should i use tomorrow when i go after the big ford? Thanks guys :bigthumb:
     
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    [​IMG]here are the pads i have.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Hard to say what steps you need without seeing it. Have you gone through the product list and review stickies? That should get you pointed in the right direction.
     
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    the paint is in good condition, it is stored inside. it is dry with lots of swirl marks (even on the white) from hired help washing it with crap products. I was thinking that just a sealant and wax might do the trick i really dont think that i need to go crazy with cuts because it really doesnt have any oxidation at all. just needs to be brightened up a bit.
     
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    What products do ya got?

    Might at least go ahead and do a mild polish to get rid of a lot of those swirls before sealing it up. Good thing you got the PC. Would take you all day to do one of those things by hand... lol...
     
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    If it has lots of swirls, then you answered your own question - you need to use a swirl remover. Just a sealant and a wax won't remove swirls.
     

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