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jstaples17

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About jstaples17

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  • Birthday 01/12/1979

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    Male
  • Location
    Vancouver, WA
  • Interests
    detailing , bike racing and family

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  • Location
    Vancouver, WA
  • Interests
    detailing and cycling
  • Occupation
    Lumber Wholesaler
  • Vehicle Year
    2015
  • Vehicle Make
    Lexus
  • Vehicle Model
    CT200h
  • Real Name
    Jordan Staples

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  1. Thanks for the replies everyone. I have thought about modding my current brush but decided against that till i get either a second one or Adam's makes one specifically for narrow fender/wheel gaps. Toilet brush??? Never thought of that but will have to check it out. This could be a whole new world for me at Target 😀
  2. I'm sure this has been brought up before but..... it would awesome to have maybe a little bit thinner handle/head or shorter bristle brush for scrubbing fender liners.
  3. I know that products have been color coordinated for easy/best use but are the pads actually different densities? thx, jstaples17
  4. I appreciate everyone's answers. It seems on social media that foaming your car including the engine bay is "The Thing" to do now and i was a bit skeptical.
  5. @ObsessedDetailer i would agree with that thought as well. I own a Hybrid so any more input on what to be careful of? @shane@detailedreflections do you have any helpful ideas or tips?
  6. The title should be pretty straight forward. Can you? Should you? Besides the always electrical concerns if you do what else should you be watching for? thx, Jordan
  7. red94chev, Great idea and thank you. On a white car its even that much more of a challenge.
  8. Thank you everyone. I am just trying to fix years of neglect as this was a new used to us vehicle.
  9. Newb question. I just did the first pass on my wife's car with the heavy correcting polish and MF pad. After inspecting the paint i'm sure it could use another pass with this before going to step 2. Is this advisable or should i do step 2 Correcting Polish and then see if i need to go back? Also worth noting i am running the SK at level 4, should i be running it any higher when polishing? thx in advance
  10. coops18ZR2, Your post is very encouraging as I am embarking on the same journey this weekend and very nervous. I didn't see it but could you or anyone on this thread discuss speed settings besides what you used for the MF pad. I would assume it was close to the same but we all know what assume means. thx, jstaples17
  11. ok, so here are a few pics of the ride after I Strip Wash, Iron Remover, Clay Bar, Revive Hand Polish and Paint Sealant.
  12. i will take a few pics and post them this evening. thx
  13. So i have the iron remover but my wife's car has black dots all over it which makes me think its road tar or some sort of atmosphere. What i am trying to decide is if the iron remover i have will tackle this job or should i be using something else. Her car is 2007 white Honda Pilot so any chemical i need it will take quite a bit to cover the all the surfaces of the vehicle. Any ideas or help would be appreciated. thx, jstaples17
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