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Old 07-02-2006, 10:52 PM   #1
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I've basically fallen off the face of the Earth for the past couple months since starting my summer internship in Chicago and running 70-80 miles a week training for the Chicago Marathon this October. I made it home to Wisconsin for the (4-day ) weekend and with my newly found free time I REALLY cleaned up the car. Don't ask me how many hours I spent with the claybar and Liquid Glass... All this LG endorsement convinced me to try it out and I know I'll use it on every car I own in the future. The stuff reminds me of how a jet feels with that SMOOTH, hard finish. As I was applying the LG the difference in friction between adjacent treated and untreated panels was remarkable even though they both looked "clean." I'm planning to do some real whoring this weekend still but I couldn't resist some previews.







Hopefully I get a chance to take more tomorrow or Tuesday. And as always, pictures don't really do it justice. If you haven't at least tried this stuff DO IT!!
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looks really good, i was reading some info on the LG and the only way to remove it from paint is to use steal wool ( only if you needed to repaint something) Looks really good looks like a nice product!!
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Yeah, using the claybar to get everything off the paint beforehand was a must.
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paint looks almost new

I hate not having a garage
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LG is wonderful.

*satisfied customer here*
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Very nice job, I need to try that stuff
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Looks great man I love your car.

Has it sat in the sun for a day? If/when it does, it makes the shine look much better.
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WOW

at least put a "wear sun glasses warning" next time you post
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I am really impressed with LG my self and your car looks fantastic. if I didnt really enjoy carnuba based wax and my portable buffer (some of us are that way)
I would go for it. Beautiful gloss man.

Any good paint job requires scoffing and solvent prep anyway
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Looks great man I love your car.

Has it sat in the sun for a day? If/when it does, it makes the shine look much better.
It got a couple hours in partly cloudy skies this afternoon, so I don't think it'* hit its true potential yet.
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