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  1. I use Brilliant Glaze and Ceramic Boost on my stainless steel appliances.
  2. zw470

    Food Thread

    First time smoking a butt. ~8 hours on a Pit Boss pellet smoker set to 250. Ignore the beans, they turned out awful
  3. I used a paint brush to apply VRT to my KO2s when I had my F150. Time consuming but it got in all the nooks and crannies.
  4. If you're going to use Brilliant Glaze on your matte stripes, make sure you test in an inconspicuous area first. I had matte black stripes on my Charger and BG made them look absolutely amazing. Then I had matte black stripes on a Mustang and BG made them look absolutely awful.
  5. I think we need a good counter to the "what did you wash, shine, and or polish today" thread
  6. Yeah, even Walmart carries a few Chemical Guys products now. I wouldn't mind a parts store carrying some basic Adam's products. Not anything fancy like a Coating kit or Swirl Killers, but it would be nice to be able to run out real quick to buy some Tire & Rubber Cleaner or something if you run out in the middle of a detail.
  7. If the "topper" is what prevents the water spots, what's the point of the ceramic coating in the first place?
  8. Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa..... I can apply CB2.0 to a wet vehicle and dry as I go
  9. Not that it makes up for customer service blowing you off, but I think Strip Wash is the only Adam's product that needs any kind of "special" bottle.
  10. I had to quit using those for exterior work because I couldn't stop dropping them every couple of minutes I'm sure you're right, but someone always seems to come up with an "off-label" way of doing things around here
  11. Not the tire applicator, the red wax applicator one.
  12. I wonder if you could spray it onto a hex-grip applicator like the "alternate" method that we used for Quick Sealant way back when? The hex-grips are a couple bucks cheaper than a single-soft and I'd feel much better about having to throw away a hunk of foam every time instead of a nice microfiber.
  13. Does it need to be polished off like their traditional ceramic coating?
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