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  1. Rich

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    Correct prep is 3/4 of the job if you want it done right and to get the best results.
    3 points
  2. Norton

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    Someone else's operator error should not scare you. Take your time, follow the instructions, and you'll be fine.
    2 points
  3. Rich

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    And keep in mind that this process is not a QUICK process. You need a few days dedicated to it, especially since you're new to it. One day and done doesn't cut it. But you also didn't post a thing after your original post, nor did you post any pictures, so I'm beginning to think you're just here to try and stir things up.
    1 point
  4. falcaineer

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    As explained above, you can do this. Prep is everything, so you sound on track for that. One very important update to the instructions: level any coating applied for the trim as you would on paint, but in about half the time, or you could get streaks that are very hard to remove.
    1 point
  5. Mantis

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    You did not get taken, you got an experience with products you simply don't know how to use properly. You need to learn how to use the products correctly. Watching a few videos on YouTube don't make you a detailer. Hopefully you can fix your Q5 ( nice car by the way we have a S4 ) . If not look for a very good local detailer that can go over your car and fix it right. Make sure they are up to date and cutting edge. if your not willing to fix it yourself. You did make a nice entry level investment.
    1 point
  6. tlbullet

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    Sounds like u rushed into it! Review some videos, all correctable issues. My advice would be dont Ever let the dealer detail your car! EVER!
    1 point
  7. rkj4243

    The two word game.

    running water
    1 point
  8. Rich

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    You didn't get "taken". You just thought that it looked easy and jumped in with both feet without testing the water first. I've been detailing for many years and still haven't gone past the spray Graphene coating. It takes practice and experience. But you definitely didn't get "taken".
    1 point
  9. GXPaycheck

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    Never seen a dealer detail a car properly. All they do is add swirls. Don’t blame the product for operator error. Remove the coating and start again. And ask for help when you need it. Lots of folks in here willing to help.
    1 point
  10. The Guz

    WHAT A JOKE!!!!

    What you are experiencing is high spots. It is common especially when someone is new to applying coatings. It takes a few iterations to get used to the flash times of a coating. It is not the products fault. It is an easy fix. Polish, prep and re-coat. I have used both versions with no issues but I have been applying coatings for over a decade.
    1 point
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