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  1. I think it's similar to Ceramic Boost, not sure how that would work on wood. I can imagine it'll make it glossy, but it may also soak in like on matte stripes. Use at your own risk! Or use on the car instead.
  2. Found this one on top of the sliding door hinge of a Honda Odyssey.A true find 🤣
  3. Those are high spots, and pretty common. Check out this post, it should help. (Also, I highly recommend you ask future questions in the corresponding forum to make sure it gets the most exposure; they may get overlooked in here) http://www.adamsforums.com/topic/38220-spent-the-day-applying-graphene-and/?do=findComment&comment=581273
  4. Don't get me wrong, I've done that before, too. It just wasn't noteworthy until the water bill took a hit. 🤣 P.S. Tell Mary I don't recommend the feature for just anyone...
  5. We're all in this together, Ron! Welcome. It's great to have you here!!
  6. BTW, welcome! Post an intro so we can get to know you!
  7. Those are high spots, the coating residue wasn't fully removed. Try the following in order, if available, starting in a small spot to see what works, then use the same process on the rest of the car. 1) Brilliant Glaze, wiped away with a plush microfiber towel 2) Graphene Ceramic Spray Coating (applied to reactivate the coating, then immediately wiped away) 3) Apply a few drops of white Polish to a plush microfiber towel, like a Borderless Grey, laid completely flat, not folded, and use your entire hand to lightly and evenly rub the areas until the high spots disappear.
  8. I would try the Carpet drill brush to save some elbow grease, along with the chemicals Chris explained. https://adamspolishes.com/products/adams-carpet-drill-brush
  9. (This past weekend) Ran 5 loads of laundry before realizing the auto soap dispenser on the relatively new washer was turned off from the last time I washed my microfiber towels. "Smart Dispense" is only as smart as the user.😡🤦🏻‍♂️
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