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About pirahnah3

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  • Birthday 08/18/1980

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    Male
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    Mass
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    Cars, Trucks, Photography, Other hobbies.

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    MA
  • Vehicle Year
    2015
  • Vehicle Make
    Ford
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    F250 SD 4x4 CC SB
  • Real Name
    Jim

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  1. pirahnah3

    Anyone else from Indiana?

    Welcome to the group and the addiction
  2. pirahnah3

    New guy from Texas

    Welcome to the forums and your addiction support group. That’s a nice collection you have going, and a really nice shine on the truck.
  3. As stated clay on the glass is great, if the spots don’t come off take the next step of the #0000 steel wool that should really help. ‘’For the wheels, the h2o will do a decent job but a ceramic coating will obviously last much longer. As far as cloying the wheels...not sure, I might just hit them with the polisher and call it a day.
  4. pirahnah3

    Longevity of the different waxes

    Those questions are all almost impossible to give a difinitive answer on because it is going to vary depending on where you park at home, at work, while just out and about. Is it a daily driver or a show car, is it a garage queen or sits outside. What is around where you work drive and live for industry how much driving do you do with it. This is just scratching the surface of the things that can effect its longevity. In general buttery is the shortest life span, and then the others can all vary slightly but it’s a fair jump to them from the buttery. That said the buttery is a nice product that can be regularly applied and goes on quick and easy and comes off just as easy. The others are all paste waxes and I can certainly say for patriot it easily comes right off. The Americana is usually quite easy but not as easy as the other two. Ceramic I have not used yet myself however I have heard it can require a bit more effort to remove, but certainly not impossible.
  5. Isnt that the same logic the wives use when they buy clothes or shoes or something? So it should be easy to use.
  6. pirahnah3

    Coffee review

    Man can’t wait to get one! Hope it’s that good.
  7. Awesome car, welcome to the addiction support group.
  8. pirahnah3

    Waterless Wash

    Very true that waterless is a great product and wow the smell. Rinseless is not the same as stated and does offer some other additives which may or may not be desired at that time.
  9. pirahnah3

    eBay: Adams collection 😳😳😳

    Hmmmm......nope I’ll just move along lol.
  10. pirahnah3

    Adam’s Polo

    I’d be interested if the price point isn’t crazy due to the logos and quality
  11. pirahnah3

    Hello!

    Welcome to the forums, great way to start your collection, and nice shine on the yota
  12. Sorry to hear of the troubles, there are a couple of things that could have led to it happening. 1. Too much dust and dirt on the paint, waterless is great for light dust removal but there could have been more than it could take. 2. And this goes right with #1 is how often did you flip the towel? I have cleaned some fairly dirty cars but end up using two or more towels due to having to flip to a clean side often. Not that these would be the only issue, there could have been something on the towel already or something stuck in the towel during the process. Thankfully as you said they are light scratches and will polish out quickly and easily. Also, you do go thru a fair bit of waterless but sounds like you overused it a touch for a normal use of an average sized car. I can usually get 2-3 cars out of a 16oz bottle for just doing light cleanings. I like waterless for its ease of use but it does have its limitations. Another option is if you like the thought process of waterless is to dilute rinse less wash about 16:1 which makes something about like waterless and can be used the same way.
  13. pirahnah3

    Cleaning up the garage a bit!

    Got a few Hgg that I would trade for some untamed or illest
  14. Wil be using mine for either iron remover or rinseless made to waterless, determining that this weekend during a detail. I have seen the iron remover in one and man it went on easy, just not sure what I will use more at this time.
  15. pirahnah3

    Bigboii_em2 introduction

    Welcome to the forums, what is it that you keep looking good?
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