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  1. I bought a corded pressure washer for home use, but ended up using in an area where I don't have easy access to plug, so need to run an extension cord. In hindsight, a cordless one would have been much easier. If it'll make it much more convenient for you to use I'd say get the cordless, otherwise you're probably better off with a cord to avoid running out of power and having to always recharge the battery.
  2. Hi everyone, What are your favorite wash media for doing a rinseless wash? Most people using multiple MF towels, or anyone using anything else? Was thinking about trying the MF wash sponge. Thanks!
  3. Sorry to revive an old thread, but I tried this and it did seem to at least somewhat and temporarily make the little swirls seems less apparent. Very shiny too! Very cool product. Quick question on the ceramic paste wax: how long are you supposed to let it sit while it hazes? 1-2 min or longer? Thanks!
  4. Just curious whether anyone has cut the cermaic waterless with some water? Obviously not necessary but it's quite thick in the bottle and I find it a tad streaky on my dark grey car in the hot California sun, so wondering whether anyone has experimented diluting with distilled water. Thanks!
  5. Thanks for the responses everyone. I'll give the damp towel method a try. Sounds like I'll most likely save the ceramic stuff for when there's a lot of shade or I find myself indoors. Thanks for the perspectives! HAMBO
  6. Hi everyone, I’ve been trying out CS3, but I cannot seem to get it to stop streaking. I apply and wipe with a WW towel, buff with a borderless grey, then take a quick walk around and notice streaks. Have tried a few times and seem to always get that result. I’m wondering if it might because my car is dark grey, and parked outside in SoCal all day since I haven’t been going to the office since March? Wondering whether the surface may be too hot and isn’t playing nice with the product. Any suggestions? Thanks! HAMBO
  7. Thanks! I have an earlier version of this and will give it a try. Would ceramic boost help “fill” or repair some of the imperfections in the coating?
  8. Hi everyone, I’ve got some light swirls on my car that was ceramic coated about a year ago. Would polish them out but don’t want to strip the coating. Any recommendation on ways to make them less visible? Any hesitation to use Brilliant Glaze on a coated car? Thanks! HAMBO
  9. Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 67 Camaro SS/RS. It was restored about 5-6 years ago, and was repainted (so paint is a two stage paint). I just had it detailed recently, as the paint had been neglected quite a bit when I bought it (bunch of swirls and water marks). While I had someone do the 'big' reset detail, I plan to do the upkeep (washing, LSPs, occasional polish, etc) myself as I do on my daily driver. So my question is regarding what's the best way to maintenance wash a classic car? I've read in a few places to avoid 2BM or other methods that use a lot of water, since the water can end up all over the place and potentially lead to rust, and to instead only use waterless wash. Don't get me wrong, I have Adams Waterless Wash and am a fan, but wouldn't using waterless wash as your primary maintenance wash method lead to swirls? Maybe it's worth a few swirls in order to avoid the risk of flooding the car with water and it getting into all the nooks and crannies of the car? Curious what people here think / recommend. Here's a pic of the car, having been freshly detailed:
  10. Thanks for the warm welcome everyone!
  11. Hi everyone, Long time product user and reader, but first time poster. Looking forward to learning more about some great Adams products! Here are some pictures of my 2013 Chevy Camaro:
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