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Bscott94

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Bscott94 last won the day on May 13 2019

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About Bscott94

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    Master AF Detailer
  • Birthday 12/20/1994

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    Indianapolis, IN

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    Indianapolis, IN
  • Occupation
    File Management Engineer
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    2013/1994
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    Kia/Isuzu
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    Forte/Trooper
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    Brandon

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  1. The leather air freshener is awesome. It does smell like the leather conditioner. I treated the dash and door panels with LC and then hung a leather air freshener and my 07 Malibu with cloth seats smelled like my grandparents old car with all leather.
  2. Wow, thank you so much for such a detailed response! It's greatly appreciated. I have seen a few Giulias around town here and they are stunning. Your car has the coolest stock wheels I have ever seen. These are towards the top of my list. I love driving and I'm looking for something that is a blast to drive.
  3. How did you like the Alfa dealer in Indy? I live in Indy and I love those cars. I'll be in the market for a new car in the next couples years and I'm definitely going to check out Alfa
  4. I can get behind this. I use the limited edition DS more than I do regular. I like the scent of the regular but I like to switch it up sometimes. Maybe for some of them, we can use the term "Seasonal" instead of Limited. I think my favorites are the OG Untamed DS, I think it's pina colada, and I believe 2019 Memorial Day, the label is light blue and it smells like root beer float.
  5. Hey Dave, were you at Bloomington Gold show in Indianapolis this past summer?
  6. Less than an hour between confirm and ship. I paid to jump the line but that turn around time is still amazing.
  7. It could be like a 2 hour pre-release before they post it on Instagram or something. I think that's a great idea.
  8. You can try brilliant glaze to level it out. It has that effect with with normal ceramic coatings. I have applied the ceramic glass coating to 2 windshields and had no issues. I cleaned and clayed the glass then applied part A on both sides in a cross hatch pattern then immediately applied part B to both sides in a cross hatch pattern. After hazing for a minute or two, I buffed it off with the green glass towel and a few spritzes of glass cleaner. In certain light, I can see a little bit of clouding but it doesn't affect visibility. The clarity of my windshield with the ceramic on the outside and brilliant glaze on the inside is crazy. What might have went wrong with yours? Was the windshield in the sun? Could it have been left to set up too long? I have seen a few complaints with the coating but I haven't experience any of the issues that others have mentioned.
  9. I believe I saw somewhere that BG has cleaning properties. If your glass is really dirty, it would probably be best to clean first. I just had some finger prints and a small bit of stuck on junk.
  10. I did all the glass on my SUV last week and I didn't even use glass cleaner on the inside. I have a sprayer in my Brilliant Glaze and I just sprayed it on the inside of the windows, spread it out so it would cover all of the glass, and then buff it off with a utility towel. This got all of the junk off of the glass and left them nice and clear.
  11. I usually just jam them in. This usually makes sure that I get every last drop. I was trimming them but it's just as easy to smash them in and go
  12. I was told by customer server that it would work well with the regular microfiber pad. I haven't tried it yet though
  13. I polished a fender on my trashed SUV to see if I could get some shine out of it. I was super surprised. But not really because I know Adam's is the best. Started with a WW wipe down then taped off the area. I went over it several times with HCC on a microfiber pad. Then hit it with HCC on a blue foam pad. Then finished up with FP on a white pad. I sealed it up with CPW.
  14. I had low temps and low humidity so my conditions were probably ideal. The directions say to work as quickly as possible. It also says that both wipes should be applied in a crosshatch pattern IIRC. I know that after wiping just one direction, the streaks were horrible. Then I wiped the perpendicular and it all leveled out. I might have had more working time but I do know that the crosshatch is necessary for even coverage.
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