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pirahnah3 last won the day on October 25

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About pirahnah3

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  1. pirahnah3

    CB 2.0, Spray Wax, or G&G??

    I think they all have a place. but here Adam himself helps describe this for you...about 3:12ish in this vid
  2. You should really check out the new H2.0 GG video, he actually talks about it in there, right about the 3:15 mark but the whole video is worth the 5 min.
  3. pirahnah3

    Black Friday Sale!

    got me a few items, glad to see the site was not slow or crashing this year! EDIT: Guess maybe I spoke too soon after reading some of the other threads....maybe I was the lucky one who snuck thru it all?
  4. Yup VRT run is what it appears to be then. Order it up! Def applying the BG over the Americana will give you some awesome shine...and try it on your glass for more fun.... Also, its Adams products, if you have the room get more.
  5. pirahnah3

    New truck

    congrats on the new truck, and great call on the fender liners they make a world of difference.
  6. pirahnah3

    Acceptable scratches

    @falcaineer and @shane@detailedreflections have you well taken care of. It takes a little bit to realize that perfection is something that 99% of us just do not need or need to go after. This should be reserved for the ultra show cars such as pebble beach type judging, other than that realistically there is no need to chase that perfection it has a much higher chance of destroying the paint.
  7. pirahnah3

    The two word game.

    app history
  8. Wow, a Geothermal option given, im actually impressed you brought it up Ray, and your right they are a great solution that cost little to run but take years to pay for themselves. HOWEVER you might want to consider this if you have a well on your property as you might be able to use the well to feed the sysetm and not need to install the loops in the ground. Geo thermal aside, propane is a great option and an easy one to use in a more urban environment. Smaller propane torpedo heaters work well to heat spaces quickly, but also require an electrical connection. You could just use those screw on heating heads for the tank, but they take a bit to heat a space. Keep in mind that you will get that propane smell and if your garage is attached to your house it WILL get into the house. While this is not the end of the world it can be an annoyance. There are a few other options but realistically they are not as efficient or cost effective. They would be Electric, Radient heat, Solar hot water, and other green options that are well down the line.
  9. pirahnah3

    New H20 Guard & Gloss????

    New Vid is up included the product page link in case the vid doesnt work. https://adamspolishes.com/adam-s-h2o-guard-gloss.html
  10. pirahnah3

    Spray Wax ???

    Video is up on the tube for anyone interested, If the link for some reason doesnt work use the one to the product page and go in from there https://adamspolishes.com/adam-s-spray-wax-16oz.html
  11. pirahnah3

    Issue with tire shine

    Not had that problem with TS and I have put it on a lot of tires. My thought would be something is still in the rubber, I know your mentioning using the TRC but how many times are you cleaning the tire with it?
  12. pirahnah3

    Polishing after paint sealing

    Just an FYI for you, if you dont remember all the acronyms no worries, just hover over the letters when you see the little dotted line under them, no need to even click on them just hover over it and the full product name will show for you. Works on any of the acronyms that are in the database CUC PS HGG BW BG
  13. Nothing wrong at all, thou there is a long argument of where to put Brilliant glaze in the process, Personally I like it under the Paint Sealant due to filler properties, in this scenario I would have put it either below the paint sealant or above the wax as in between it is not going to offer much protection or shine. As for what you see in the photo, it looks almost more like dirt from between the two pieces you can see there. I do not see VRT mentioned so I do not think that is streaking, which is will in the rain when it is fairly newly applied. I would just hit it with some waterless or detail spray and see what happens. It could also be as simple as road dirt/grime and such coming up when your driving (Assuming you were out driving it in the rain). You mention that the car now sits outside in all of the weather. Your choices for protection are great for it, but you will find that they will not always hold up as long as others see here just due to conditions that you are keeping the car in. Nothing wrong with it, just dont expect ultra long life from your finishes. That said you will most likely be having to clean and polish more frequently anyways to maintain that finish and will reapply these finishes more often accordingly. One last thing, you might want to consider looking at H2O Guard and Gloss for more day to day protection as it is quicker and easier to apply while offering months of protection even with being a daily. I personally use it on my work truck in the winter to be able to just quickly clean it up when the weather allows up here in the north east.
  14. pirahnah3

    The two word game.

    fed bacon
  15. pirahnah3

    Ceramic Paste Wax

    I spent some time talking with Dave @BRZN and he commented on how well it worked not just longevity but also keeping dust away. I have some that I plan to try out when the weather gets warmer.