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Old 04-01-2011, 02:46 PM   #31
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This is the Blackfire I have:
http://www.detailedimage.com/Blackfi...P205/16-oz-S1/

And this is the autoglym kit I have:
http://www.amazon.com/Autoglym-AUTOG...9&sr=8-1-spell
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Old 04-01-2011, 04:36 PM   #32
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Perfect! That's just what I needed. I'm sure the Autoglym kit spells out what to do with what and I imagine the Blackfire goes first ... yes, quite sure.

Thanks for that.
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i usually just clay bar my car then shoot like 2 nice coats of some black magic wax then i go over with some new finish polish...super cheap stuff with decent results.....its hard keeping a 8 year old back car looking good
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i use all turlte wax ice stuff. detailing to waxing
I got that stuff for the yellow ZX3 and it did wonders, comes with a clay bar and everything.

Also use armor all stuff too, got a whole bunch of stuff from x-mas, there is a turtle wax that came in a kit that I'm eager to try.
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Old 04-02-2011, 10:08 AM   #35
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I was reading elsewhere that I should make sure it is above 60 degrees to wax, so the wax adheres properly. Is this a correct statement?
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I was reading elsewhere that I should make sure it is above 60 degrees to wax, so the wax adheres properly. Is this a correct statement?
IDK. I've sealed and waxed under 60' before with no issue. A wax coat doesn't last long anyways.
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i like applying wax in cooler temps anyways....if its too hot out it drys too quick and if your using a liquid wax heat seems to thin out the liquid alot
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Well, I applied the NXT 2.0 wax and then the auto glym HD wax on top of that, It worked out nicely, the next day I drove to work in the rain, left my car in the parking lot at work, it is always dirty up there. When I cam home 2 days later the car looked clean, everyone else's car looked dirty and was covered in dirt, I work in a rail yard and it is quite filthy. None of the dirt seemed to stick to my paint. Pretty impressed.
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just bought some stuff from my local pep boys that i will be trying out
i got:
-Beyond Clay
-Barrier Reef Carnauba Wax
-Speed Demon Wax Detailer

website to check there stuff out:http://www.surfcitygarage.com/index.php

will prob go back for the car wash stuff - Pacific Blue Wash & Wax

i hear this stuff is top notch
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I got that stuff for the yellow ZX3 and it did wonders, comes with a clay bar and everything.

Also use armor all stuff too, got a whole bunch of stuff from x-mas, there is a turtle wax that came in a kit that I'm eager to try.
just saw that today. got the stuff mentioned above thow. to try diff stuff
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