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    Very good start bud, your heading down the right path!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXShine View Post
    Very good start bud, your heading down the right path!
    Thanks man! I thoroughly enjoy it and can't wait to get in deeper!

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    Came home from vacation to my package from the 4th of July sale and some of my birthday money......
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    Friday begins the detail to end all details...
    I expect to work through Sunday. Possibly even into Monday....
    SO PUMPED!!!!

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    Nice. A great surprise to come home to. Two of each color pad. Good idea!

    "The Devil is in the detail"

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    Yeah, I've already got one of each color(yellow-red)so now I should be able to do a full correction on my TSX.
    Day 1 agenda:
    Full interior
    Engine
    Undercarriage
    Full wheels off, clean, decon, Polish, protect
    Wash body
    Decon body

    If I can get to all that....
    I have to go get oil changed first thing in morning, stop by bank, and pick up the corded drill from my dad's work before I start and have to go to a party at night. Whew....maybe I should get to sleep and stop re-re-re-watching videos on YouTube lol

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    sounds like a fun filled day. Thats actually sounds like one of the answers i gave my wife when she asked me what i want to do for my birthday.

    take lots of pics and happy detailing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARAZO View Post
    sounds like a fun filled day. Thats actually sounds like one of the answers i gave my wife when she asked me what i want to do for my birthday.

    take lots of pics and happy detailing
    That's funny!
    Will do!

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    Well, I finished the detail yesterday after 32 hours of work! Haven't had the chance to get pics in the sun with my camera but when I do I will post up!
    On the sad side...
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    My brand new brush crapped out after 10 mins!
    I've already emailed CG so hopefully I get this taken care of!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperGuy21 View Post
    Well, I finished the detail yesterday after 32 hours of work! Haven't had the chance to get pics in the sun with my camera but when I do I will post up!
    On the sad side...
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    My brand new brush crapped out after 10 mins!
    I've already emailed CG so hopefully I get this taken care of!
    I had the same thing happen to me. Honestly, I would say to go for the drill attachment carpet brush. If you put too much pressure while using the DA the brush head wont spin

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    Yeah, but I really don't want to just eat this one. Probably get a drill brush in the future

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