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bosco1

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About bosco1

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  • Birthday 01/10/1960

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    East Tn
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    BodyBuilding, Reds baseball

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    Born again, Cars and Cigars kind of guy
  • Location
    East Tn
  • Interests
    BodyBuilding, Reds baseball
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    14 Corvette Z51,13 60th Anniversary Corvette, 69 Corvette, 64 Biscayne,34 Ford ZZ4
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    dan

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  1. Ok I just did the wife's 2016 Escalade ESV,she's only driven it maybe 3 times since. Washed, Clayed, Machined - Paint Sealant, Machined - Brilliant Glaze, Hand applied Buttery Wax. Purchase some Surface Prep, Can I wash her down again, Apply Surface Prep, Then CS3- Ceramic Detail Spray???????????
  2. Thanks everyone for their input, Just gave them both a quick try, seem to work as video shows. Ole burb not bad for a 2000 model 214k mile used and abused. If its snowing, raining and crappy outside she is usually on the road. Take the 22" off her for winter....
  3. Hope my mystery bucket I ordered has some paint prep in it!!!!
  4. So you say coated and non coated, so I can just apply this overtop of my current application I stated above I've done to the suburban, no prepping??? The burb is my test ginnypig­čĄ¬
  5. Are the products Adam is using the latest or are the ones I posted above, CS3 and CSC. Did they replace the boost etc???
  6. Are the products Adam is using the latest or are the ones I posted above, CS3 and CSC. Did they replace the boost etc???
  7. Rich you say, use the prep? Do you mean proper prepping as you stated or is there a prep I need as well??
  8. Also whats the best applicator to use with these?????
  9. Hey guys picked up some CS3 and Ceramic Spray Coating, thought I would try it out on the Suburban. The Burb is our used and abused vehicle. It last had Paint seal, BG and buttery wax. Been washed a few times since and probably at least been G/Glosed 2 times. Can I use these products over top? If so which 1 or both and what order. Just washed it up no GG this time. Many thanks in advance. dan
  10. Understand, wasn't planning on using the old polish (severe swirl haze) is the only old polish I have, was just wondering how to use the pads I have. I know the orange will be for a product for swirls etc, the white pad for LSP I suppose, the blue one is somewhere in the middle. Like I said the green pad is as soft or softer than the white pad. May just have to play around with them I suppose.
  11. Anyone remember what Polishes were used with the Green Pad and the Blue Pad. I still have some of the orange severe swirl/haze remover that went with the orange pad..I believe they were just a swirl/haze remover that may have went with the Blue Pad.
  12. Here they are, the Orange pad is definitely the most abrasive. The Blue is next. The Green Pad is as soft or softer than the White Pad.
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