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Chris@Adams last won the day on January 30

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About Chris@Adams

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    God, Family, Cars In That Order.......
  • Birthday 04/27/1962

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  • Location
    Shinnston WV
  • Interests
    Detailing Cars
  • Occupation
    Coal Miner/ Surface Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Vehicle Year
    2005, 1969
  • Vehicle Make
    Pontiac, Chevrolet
  • Vehicle Model
    GTO, Chevelle SS 396
  • Real Name
    Chris Toth

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  1. Chris@Adams

    A new car and retired lifestyle!

    Welcome Keith!
  2. Chris@Adams

    Adam's Swirl Killer | FAQ's | Discussion

    That's great.......the SK is on sale now. https://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/polishing/adam-s-swirl-killer-15mm-lt-polisher.html
  3. Chris@Adams

    Late Check-In

    Welcome Patrick!
  4. Chris@Adams

    Newb from WA

    Welcome Jordan!
  5. Chris@Adams

    Newb Checking In

    Welcome Joey!
  6. The Master Blaster is just a dryer not a vacuum. And they do a GREAT job drying your car.
  7. Chris@Adams

    What to do after claying

    I always polish right over the clay residue.........there is no right or wrong way, some wash off some do a DS wipe down.
  8. Chris@Adams

    Steps for shine

    I agree with Michael........ apply a coat of BG then top off with Americana.
  9. Chris@Adams

    Newbie in Wisco.......

    Welcome to our forum!
  10. Chris@Adams

    Ceramic Boost - opinions?

    Hey Todd, I think you hit the nail on the head, you used too much product. Next time try using less and I think that you will see a big difference. I personally LOVE our CB!
  11. Chris@Adams

    Iron Remover then Clay?

    Since it's black you may be able to skip the Iron Remover and go to Clay. Thoughts?
  12. Chris@Adams

    Vette got WAXED today

    Looks good Rich, Darlene did a good job......😉
  13. Chris@Adams

    New Member from SC

    Welcome John!
  14. Chris@Adams

    How many pads do you use?

    Hey Mike, You want to have a minimum of two of each pads, you may just use one depending on how bad your paint condition is. It's always nice to have a clean pad just incase you would happen to drop one. And yes less is more when it comes to product. Have fun!