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stirthepot

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About stirthepot

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    AF Detailer
  • Birthday 07/23/1969

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    Male
  • Location
    NJ

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  • Location
    NJ
  • Vehicle Year
    2015
  • Vehicle Make
    Tesla
  • Vehicle Model
    Model S 90D
  • Real Name
    Eric

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  1. the pics do not match the description. buyer beware is correct. example pic - 4 ultra foam shampoo bottles; description - 3 pic - 9 detail spray; description - 6 i'm not going to count it all but when i noticed that i moved on immediately
  2. Brand new in box. First $25 takes it, willing to trade as well for microfibers, car wash, APC, glass cleaner, tire rubber, tire shine,
  3. product description says 9H, but the FAQ on page 1 still says 7H. Assume the product description is correct, right?
  4. i dont think its padded. looks like the seat and sides are the same plastic material
  5. i get it often, but i take it a compliment in that people see my cars are well kept and would like theirs to look so good as well. so it doesn't bother me.
  6. for matte, I'd go VRT. I prefer a bit of shine so I use Tire Shine. And, IMO Tire Shine smells MUCH better.
  7. Seriously, my biggest pointer would be to take your time. Realize there is a learning curve, don't get frustrated if you don't see magic immediately. You will take some time to perfect your technique. You don't have to get everything done all at once. One of the biggest mistakes I see first time detailers make is to rush through steps to be done when they feel like they are running out of time. then they have to go back dan do things a second time because they rushed. If you don't finish polishing the whole car in one weekend, thats OK. just wash the car the following weekend and finish then. If you are getting good results its very tempting to want to push through so it can be done in one shot . Enjoy the process. Enjoy the results and welcome to the addiction/club.
  8. "Detail spray works as a waterless wash with added wax" that is not correct. detail spray is NOT a cleaner, waterless wash is. OP, use Boost on your coated car. no need for a drying aid now that its coated. use boost as that's what it is for.
  9. Boost is designed to work with it, not detail spray. "Adam's Ceramic Boost is a cutting-edge new product that complements Adam's Paint Coating, adding an even slicker surface, more gloss, and prolongs the life of the ceramic coating. "
  10. OK, so I'm a pretty OCD detailer. I have tons of Adam's products and for me its like therapy keeping my cars perfect. But did I go too far today? I like all the stuff related to my detailing regimen clean and today I put Gloss and Guard on my buckets my bucket dollies. I have the red, blue and black combo for dollies and they always look spotty, NOT anymore. GG made them look awesome! Have I gone to far? And, Apologies in advance to anyone that now feels compelled to do this to their buckets / dollies.
  11. I've applied it to my previous Tesla, lower rockers, and to my son's BMW X3. Both look outstanding and have lasted fine. Wonder what the difference is with your cars, maybe you got a bad bottle????
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