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the latest customer....black lincoln ls....this car was in some sad shape but i managed to get most of the damage out that wasnt through the clear or into the primer....this car ruined an entire clay bar because it had so much junk on the paint....im lookin forward to the next few cars since they are a white jag and an 06 white caddy dts...enjoy

 

here is a video of before and after claybaring

 

http://s447.photobucket.com/albums/qq194/DPUofF/My%20Details/?action=view&current=102_1986.mp4

befores

 

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after

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50/50 shot

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after 2 coats of spray glaze

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all done :cheers:

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No step by step process?

 

Awesome job! Can't wait to see the next 2!

 

just the standard strip wash, clay, 2 passes of SHR on the orange pad, 1 pass of FMP white pad, 1 coat of MSW, and 2 coats of BSG for the paint, APC and VRT along with I&O for the engine, VRT on the tires and IUS for the wheel wells, and leather cleaner and conditioner for the seats. i think that is all :rockon:

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8 (working) hours seemed to be quicker than I'd have expected you to respond... then in 1 of your pics I saw the FLEX bag. Does the FLEX really knock that much time off? Do you use a PC for any of the steps?

 

I only say that 8 hrs seems quick because of the amount of correction you were able to achieve. Not trying to imply you did "just a quick" job (sic). It's apparent that you did a thorough job :thumbsup:

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i used to have the PC but sold it to my brother when i bought the flex..i did order the hand polishers because there were some spots i had a hard time getting into.....awhile back i had a black grand prix that had the same amount of damage and that car took me about 11 hours total....i think the reason that car took so long was i didnt have my technique down like i do now and the flex does help when it comes to correcting the paint....i would say it has taken about 1-2 hours off my total time depending on the condition of the paint but the main thing is i have a lot better feel for what i am doing these days.

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