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Eswear

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About Eswear

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    Skilled Detailer
  • Birthday 03/26/1980

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    Northern Utah
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    Family, Cars, and Golf

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    Northern Utah
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    Ulysses Luevano

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  1. Thanks for your input guys!!! It made the most sense to me to use it the foam cannon since we let that dwell on the paint for a decent amount of time.
  2. Welcome to the forum buddy!! This place is great for info and the people are awesome!
  3. Did you buff it off after wiping it with the gray towel? The suede towel is to level it and you should buff it it with the plush polishing towel that was in the kit. I think that’s what happened.
  4. When we bought my wife's Honda Pilot (used) the finance guy insisted on us having it and I told him absolutely not. He asked why I didn't want it and I told him I detail cars as a side business. He didn't bring it up after that lol. Like Adam said on this post, detailing a car is like therapy for me so I wouldn't want to rob that from myself.
  5. Do you guys use the foam cannon to do part of the strip wash? I usually use a strip soap (from another brand since I got a lot for father's day lol) in the foam cannon and in the bucket. I'm wondering if just using it in the cannon would be enough since I can let it dwell on the paint for a good chunk of time.
  6. They told me it wouldn’t effect performance, the replacement bottle they sent has the same thing. If it works the same I’m not going to worry about it. Chalk it up to the nature of the product.
  7. How do you guys clean your tires? I’m dabbling in trying this out as a more efficient way to wash but I’m worried about the tire cleaning suffering because of it.
  8. I'm sure you could but I don't know how long it would take to clear it from the lines though.
  9. I can definitely have my stuff more organized and set out to grab easier. Thanks for your input Dan. Totally random question, what would you recommend for a ton of water spots on the glass? I was able to get it off the paint with a diluted acidic wheel cleaner but it didn’t work as well on the glass.
  10. Yeah an express detail is more of what I was talking about, it seems like I’m pushing 5 hours easy and that’s without shampooing the carpets or seats. Granted I do this as my side hustle/hobbie I wanted to know if I was really falling behind or what the general expectations were on how long it would take.
  11. I'm curious to see how long it's taking you guys to fully detail a car. It's taking me like 6 hours from start to finish. I'm just wondering where I can become more efficient. Thanks!
  12. I have a white 1988 Rx7 10AE that I'm doing detail with paint correction that I will try the PS and G&G combo on, I will post the results once I'm done.
  13. Thanks everyone for your input and advice. That’s why I like this forum board.
  14. I’ll have to practice on some personal cars before I’ll do it on customer’s cars. She was very happy with how it turned out so that’s all that matters.
  15. I would have if I felt more comfortable doing it. I haven’t done any wet sanding so I didn’t want to risk it.
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