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  • Birthday 09/10/1946

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    Male
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    Southwest Pennsylvania

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    71 years old and bald(ing), married 44 years, father of 2, grandfather of 2.
  • Location
    Pennsylvania
  • Interests
    yard work, detailing my cars and going to car shows and cruise ins
  • Occupation
    retired welder/steelworker
  • Vehicle Year
    2013
  • Vehicle Make
    Chevy
  • Vehicle Model
    Corvette 60th Anniversary Edition 427 / 505 hp.
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    Rich

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  1. I actually use it both ways. As a drying aid and when it's dry. I do like Trap and use my Master Blaster first. Then wipe everything down with the GDS. Fantastic results on black.
  2. You can use any kind of towel that works for you. I'm not a fan of the green ones either.
  3. Welcome to the forum! I'm an "older" guy too (75), and just spent the day detailing my Equinox (black) before winter starts. I get real good results with the Spray Graphene Coating, but I also take the time to follow all the steps and do it right (wash, clay, polish, prep, coat). I'll have to get some pics tomorrow. Looks pretty darn good. But the spray coating is a lot more forgiving and easier to apply than the regular graphene products. Lasts about a year with proper maintenance. Nice looking truck youngster!!
  4. Black Equinox and a Vette, and since I have zero experience in going as far as a full Graphene coating and didn't want to screw it up, I went with the Spray Graphene Coating and been very pleased. Holds up real well, a lot better than I expected. And I figure about the time it needs done again, something else new will pop up that's even better than a 3 year or 7 year graphene coating, and I won't be "stuck".
  5. About the most I'd recommend would be to use a good brush on it. You don't want to get it wet. If you have spots or dirty areas, spray the cleaner lightly onto a micro cloth and wipe, then brush again after it's dry.
  6. I just realized today that I haven't washed the Equinox since July!! And it still looks great! A little dusty, some brake dust, but since ceramic coating it, it seems like everything just runs or blows off. Guess I better not wait much longer to get it ready for winter and cold weather.
  7. No, YOU'RE awesome! Thanks for sticking it out and being such a great asset to this forum Chris! All your work and help is appreciated for sure.
  8. Looks great! Is that a working truck, or is it one of your personal collection? What year?
  9. It was just too f'n hot! We were both done by 4 and just wanted our hotel room, and a cool shower.
  10. I did that once in my black Vette. I used Detail Spray and Clay bar and got it all off. That was within a day of it happening so it didn't sit on there too long. A plastic razor helps for the really tough spots too. Good luck, and make sure once he gets it all off, that he reapplies whatever polish, wax, or ceramic he had on before.
  11. Welcome Gian. You living in Texas now?
  12. Adam is absolutely still part of the company and it is still Adam's Polishes. Just with a few "tweeks".
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