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    Hello All - Just signed up on the CG forum. I managed a detail shop back in the early 80"s and was taught by an 'OLD SCHOOL" DETAILER and by checking out CG website detailing has changed a bit. I just purchased a bunch of CG equipment & supplies and I'm attempting to detail the exterior of my 2008 Ford F-250 (black) In what sequence do you suggest I do this IE: CLAY BAR, COMPOUNDING, WAXING, SEALING, ETC. Your advice will be much appreciated

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    Its alittle more work but I like to wash the vehicle before and after I clay. Just be careful not to put any contaminants back into the paint.
    The sequence I use normally depends on the car.

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    Where do I post my cg stuff for sale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREY View Post
    Where do I post my cg stuff for sale?
    Thats what I'm trying to find out also.

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