Yet Another S100 Thread

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by JointBeaker, Jun 15, 2003.

  1. JointBeaker

    JointBeaker packaging engineer #2 OT Supporter

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    I always seem to go out too late to start actually doing the whole car, but, I really like how the hood turned out. :cool:

    -2 passes with Fine Cut Cleaner (MG)
    Here's where I didn't know what to do first, so, maybe it was a good thing only the hood was done. I had both MG Show Car Glaze 7 and S100 SEC.
    -1 pass w/SEC, and then one with SCG. I kinda figured they are both kind of the same thing, am I correct in that assumption?
    -finished it up with one pass of S100, and planning on the second tomorrow morning, just to fool around I guess.

    airing up tires at SA
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    here's the best shot I could get of what I have left on the surface. Still some very small marks, no real gouges, but, you can kind of see them near the sun spot.
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    clouds reflecting, not a super sunny day by any means
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    mandatory S100/terrycloth pic
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    and then, just as a reference, my car's a 98, I don't think it's ever been waxed, but still seems pretty reflective. :dunno: Anyhow, not too bad for a 5yr old car.

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  2. Jackhole

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    You're correct in that Meguiar's #7 and S100 SEPC are products with the same use. Just use one or the other, I use Clearkote's Vanilla Moose.
     
  3. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    You might want to consider switching to microfiber towels-they are a lot softer than even the softest terry cloth towels.

    Your hood looks great-typical S100 depth!
     

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