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  1. @Yo-Yo Ma's Cousin terrific write-up. Its awesome to see the time our members put in to this forum to help out other members!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
  2. Although i just CC both my cars this summer/fall, i did purchase the large bottle of CSC during the black friday sale! Ill prob use it this summer even though the CC should last well over one year. Why not!!πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ
  3. I agree with Chris on the ceramic paint coating. I had zero experience with coatings until last year. I have now applied it on 4 cars and it works wonders..looks great too! Im actually going to try this spray coating in the spring on another car. I just don’t have the time to keep a car out of service for 24 hours as it’s recommended by the instructions I top my vehicles off with the ceramic paste wax twice a year. And use the ceramic boost about once a month. The brilliant glaze I received an a mystery box and I use that for my interior windows.
  4. Wow. Great work. Paint looks dripping wet! I must say the front license plate looks great.πŸ‘πŸ»
  5. 2 towels is fine. Fold it into quarters...that gives u 8 clean sides per towel..for a total of 16.
  6. I wouldn’t toss them.just dont use them for any exterior jobs...i moved mine over to interior jobs or door jamb chores drawer!
  7. I too love the CpW...bad part is I have nearly a full container left and would love to try the new CCW!!
  8. @falcaineer is on point as usual! I Have only used the correcting and finishing polish, but i hear the one step is great. The Ceramic Paste Wax (cpw) was revamped and renamed to Ceramic Coating Wax last month or so. I assume its very similar and just an improved version of the cpw. I have topped off my ceramic coated cars with the cpw and are very happy with the results! Looking forward to the pics too! And if you have never used a polisher before there is plenty of info on this forum in order to do it properly.
  9. @Brewder welcome! I too made the switch from Zaino a few years back. I used APC and CS mixed into 5 gallon bucket. It removed the Z5 easily. I did use the Iron Remover after the stripping then moved onto claying. I then did a full correction and sealed it with the ceramic paint coating topped off with CpW.
  10. Only area i use the BG is on the interior of the windshield. Works great. If its filthy i would give it a quick wipedown (i dont let my personal car get that dirty!!😜). All I do is apply a generous amount to a Mf applicator and evenly apply to the inside of the windshield. I let it dry for about 5 minutes then wipe off with any clean MF towel. Comes out streak free.
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    Food Thread

    Jesus...i couldnt draw that let alone bake one out of cake! Great work
  12. Once u try BG theres no turning back. Sooooo easy.
  13. What products are you using? My preferred method is a light coating of BG, then wipe down with a MF. Comes out streak free everytime. I dont even clean the glass first. Just Bg.
  14. Love the colors too...awd is a necessary option in Chicago I would assume. one of my other dream cars is a M3..but it doesnt come in Awd..i guess ill keep dreaming about a 911 4s!! 🀞🏼
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