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    You are working in the heat, cutting paint which...

    You are working in the heat, cutting paint which generates more heat. Basically you are cooking your compounds. Your using a Flex so that is a advantage slow everything down the polisher speed, arm...
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    Rubbermaid, Ziploc or anything that's stackable...

    Rubbermaid, Ziploc or anything that's stackable and modular so it grows with you. If you are in a permanent climate controlled location then I would invest in something better. My stuff lives in...
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    Just read, you tube is a great resource just...

    Just read, you tube is a great resource just trust your gut when you think your watching BS. I would ask questions from good reliable sources and don't fall into the latest greatest thing when it...
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    Looks good. Machine or hand? I love Japanese...

    Looks good. Machine or hand? I love Japanese paint.
  5. Thread: Clay

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    If you drag, push, rub anything across paint you...

    If you drag, push, rub anything across paint you stand a chance to induce marring. You always want to use the least aggressive method first whether you are compounding or claying. With...
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    Agreed. If it touched anything other then paint...

    Agreed. If it touched anything other then paint don't use it. Considering you used it sand wood you are used to the speed. I would grab a flex 3401 if you don't mind dropping the coin. If it's not in...
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    I would tape the trim out and do it by hand....

    I would tape the trim out and do it by hand. There are only a couple of machine and pad combo's that can do that work.
    You can get a drill attachment and a two or 3 inch rotary backing plate and...
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    CG pads are made by buff and shine. At least they...

    CG pads are made by buff and shine. At least they were years ago. I would buy buff and shine flat face and cheaper and they stand behind the product. You can melt the lam easily with a DA. So...
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    If you need to extend product because of dry out...

    If you need to extend product because of dry out you can use a quick detailed or distilled h2o. Don't use straight tap water
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    Magic erasers bad. They are abrasive

    Magic erasers bad. They are abrasive
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    Wraps are easy. No polishing, caranuba wax,...

    Wraps are easy. No polishing, caranuba wax, APC's. If you can foam cannon and rinse great. I would 3 bucket wash. The vinyl has a lamination on top of the print and it will scratch easily. Take your...
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    Fast glass towels. You only need water

    Fast glass towels. You only need water
  13. Get a coating installed

    Get a coating installed
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    Room temp. In the summer keep in a shed or garage...

    Room temp. In the summer keep in a shed or garage the keeps cool. Bring them in the house in the winter. Rapid temp changes won't ruin anything product might just separate. Caranuba wax keep it in...
  15. Thread: PC Heat

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    The grease might be done. PC claims it's...

    The grease might be done. PC claims it's lifetime. They also do not produce them so lord knows how long it sat before it ran. I had the same problem. I removed black cover. Right under that is a flat...
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    Nissan paint very soft. Seriously if it ain't...

    Nissan paint very soft. Seriously if it ain't broke don't fix it.
    V36 should finish down really well on soft paint. I can one step soft honda V36 and a orange foam pad with moderate defects. I only...
  17. MF pads take a lot more product to prime then...

    MF pads take a lot more product to prime then foam. The surface should be covered in product on the initial prime. Once you prime them you need less product for the next section. After every section...
  18. Poorboy's Natty's paste waxes. I prefer red but...

    Poorboy's Natty's paste waxes. I prefer red but they are all dirt cheap and perform like $100 wax
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    good results with Meg's. If it's not broke don't...

    good results with Meg's. If it's not broke don't fix it. Some polishes and compound work better then others on different paint systems. Keep in mind with Meg's you went from SMAT abrasives to...
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    when the polish flashes out it is the end of it's...

    when the polish flashes out it is the end of it's buffing cycle. What is left on the pad is dried product, removed paint and grime from cutting the paint. So if you go past the flash you are grinding...
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    just do not polish or clay the vinyl you will...

    just do not polish or clay the vinyl you will void the warranty.
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    Ceri-glass and a rayon pad. Glass takes a long...

    Ceri-glass and a rayon pad. Glass takes a long time to polish out.
    I actually use Weiman's Glass Ceramic stove top cleaner polish to strip gunk off my windows that nothing would touch. Have not...
  23. +1 on the electric leaf blower and a waffle weave.

    +1 on the electric leaf blower and a waffle weave.
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    you want to use a higher gsm towel for a ww wash...

    you want to use a higher gsm towel for a ww wash it will hold more solution so you can do an entire panel with one towel. I would go edgeless if you can. The rag company and MF tech are good places...
  25. It depends how deep the damage is. Paint gauge...

    It depends how deep the damage is. Paint gauge will help but it can't tell you how much of the paint you measured is bad.
    It's a 98 Honda so I'm guessing single stage especially that it's showing...
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