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Old 01-15-2014, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default Vaporwax acrylic paint conditioner, the ultimate shine

If you want a long lasting glass like shine without the extreme effort it takes to maintain a wax shine. You might consider an acrylic paint conditioner.
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If you want to continue posting here and not be treated like a spammer, then I suggest you actually take some before and after pictures on your own car, then maybe I'll let you post the link to the manufacturer of the product your using.
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If you want to continue posting here and not be treated like a spammer, then I suggest you actually take some before and after pictures on your own car, then maybe I'll let you post the link to the manufacturer of the product your using.
Too much drama for a forum with virtually no member activity.
You might try embracing new members as opposed to turning them off.
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You may not realize that when u create a new post and in the first box "Title it"
With Vapourwax etc and continue with a link and statements that definitely sounds like an add..Everyone will think this is spam, and as it was written it is!
Even though I believe your words are your own and not from the add:
"If you want a long lasting glass like shine without the extreme effort it takes to maintain a wax shine. You might consider an acrylic paint conditioner."
You can see why we would like more of a personalized "quality" body, as in photos or & or more of your story of usage or review about the product.
This would certainly change the way it sounds, not to reflect spammers that have similar methods of using forums everyday to their advantage!
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Very bad advertising strategy! Oh well good luck with you...
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