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Old 07-23-2003, 11:58 AM   #31
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I'll be breaking out the clay bar in the next day or too so I can get ready for the MN meet. I'll take some before and after pics (nice close ones) so we can see the difference. With all the good things I've heard about it I am hoping that it will be able to remove the hail dents and add 5-10 hp at the same time! ...or at least make the car shinny .
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Well mine didn't fix my bad bumper covers... Cracked mirror, but no real dents. I dunno if i should do clay again....
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With all the good things I've heard about it I am hoping that it will be able to remove the hail dents and add 5-10 hp at the same time!


Your gonna luv it being that you have a black car. from 10ft away no one will be able to see your hail damage, they'll be blind from the relfection

Im gonna do mine again as soon as i re-paint my drums to something other then electric yellow.
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Well the problem with black it looks dirtier then Monica'* blue dress after a "meeting"...
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LOL.
Wouldnt it only look dirtier if you let it get dirty though? I am unfamiliar with that langauge. its worth it when its clean because its deeper and shinier then any other color.

Notice the PIC in my sig, there is no photoshop lens flare filtering done to that pic. or the others on cardomain.
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Old 07-24-2003, 02:08 PM   #36
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Oh i know theres no photoshop on it, i'd never do that to a pic of mine either, looks so fake and all.... I've yet to get out and snap some good pix during the day with the sun up and all.. They've all been at dusk.
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Im trying to find the opposite. Some night shots with some really cool lighting, like in a city. The only lighting i can find around here at night is the reflection of my headlights in a deer'* eye. LOL

I forget who it is, but someone has some excellent night shots of their car in like a park in the middle of the city. It looks soooo shweeeet.
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Old 07-24-2003, 02:19 PM   #38
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It was Alien...I wanna do the same thing, but Toronto streets are to damn busy. I want to do day shots, in black and white in the financial district of Toronto on a Sunday morning...

Ah...good times, but ya, Alien took some nice night shots
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i should have figured it was the PH!! If he doesnt major in photography in college he'll have a good standby job!

black and whites would be kewl! Or even sepia!
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Good call on the sepia..gonna try that tonight
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