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  1. Yes this can be a common thing with modern GM truck/suv interior panels. They seem to have a top layer material that can wear off. Usually I will see stains from rain water streaking, sweat, grease, etc, that once you start to remove the discoloration, it will then begin to remove that top layer 'coating.' So you will then need to clean the whole panel thoroughly to make a uniform appearance. Then I will follow up with Interior Detailer, Leather Conditioner, or Leather & Interior Dressing for protection.
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  2. rkj4243

    The two word game.

    chatter telephone
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  3. Just use a regular baggy, not one of the thick freezer bags.
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  4. Tyler D.

    Ultra vs Mega Foam

    I'm a couple months late on this, but I saw this helpful chart in one of the Adam's emails. I've downloaded it as a reference since then.
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  5. Make sure it’s the original detail spray! Not the new graphine stuff. Or you could use soapy water.
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  6. Hey all, The forum software was updated about a week ago to a few minor versions above what the existing theme was built around, so there will likely be some visual issues while we try to sort them out. Anything you come across, just let us know here, and we will do our best to address them. Screenshots help a ton. Thanks
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  7. Holy thread revival! Welcome to the forums! Yes, Detail Spray is an ideal clay lubricant. You'll get smooth paint by claying, and even smoother by using Iron Remover, and the shine from machine polishing the paint.
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  8. Finished my bench up.
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  9. vm1971

    Bad Linting...

    it's ok!!!! the whole shebang was worth it, it needed it.. and i still cant believe the pristine level of the paint. im so happy with this session. best ever. as for the towels, all good. as mentioned above -i wont trash them. ill use for other tasks and dirtier jobs. win/win. all good. thanks kids! ADAMS rocks.
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  10. vm1971

    Bad Linting...

    welllllp!!! hahhaa.... I couldn't wait. i left work early, packed up my polisher (cordless, yay!) and got to work. a clean slate. strip wash, iron remover, clay, machine polish, sealant, etc etc. .... (by now you all know the drill)... topped off LAST but not LEAST with Slick and Slide. (ps. the Graphene DS is KILLER!) ... Guys, I'm not kidding. ... ive never felt (on any car) a final finish so smooth and flawless. The mystery still is, though: New micros did NOT lint. Freshly washed ones (air dryed) still did. So, clearly something odd is happening (all of a sudden, all these years later) in my washing process. no clue. But... for now... I'm distracted by how wonderful it came out. ADAMS = the ONLY CHOICE. The one step polish kinda blew my mind. I was not expecting such ease and such QUICK perfection and satisfaction. CHEEERS
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  11. Yeah, it was baby powder. That was changed to Eucalyptus Mint, then the others were added with Cedarwood the latest.
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