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Old 06-10-2004, 11:52 PM   #21
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you will probably notice the biggest difference with a claybar on the lower rocker panels......but you also be suprised of all the airborne contaminants that it removes from the hood, roof, trunk, doors, etc.........

clay bar = necessity
I was waiting for you to chime in here...... I think you've tested (and own) more cleaning products then about 1/2 the members here combined.

Have you personally used Zaino? zzzzeke
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You need to use meguires #3 with their foam buffing pad and a electric buffer to remove those scrathes and water spots.Autobody supply shopshave everything you need. Also try their #7 hand glaze,it works great on black.
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You need to use meguires #3 with their foam buffing pad and a electric buffer to remove those scrathes and water spots.Autobody supply shopshave everything you need. Also try their #7 hand glaze,it works great on black.
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i think he'd be better off going for the #2 fine cut cleaner, and if that isn't enough, going to the #1 medium cut cleaner. a subsitute for the #7 could be the #81, which is easier to work with, with very similar results.
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i think he'd be better off going for the #2 fine cut cleaner, and if that isn't enough, going to the #1 medium cut cleaner. a subsitute for the #7 could be the #81, which is easier to work with, with very similar results.

Or you could go with the #451 of the coarse cut cleaner and then double-back to the #66 of the slicer-dicer to swirl away the glare issues.

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