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      11-16-2012, 07:49 PM   #17
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I used to own a detailing company for years in NY. Now in Texas.

Looks great!

Why use an orbital? A buffer would have cut better and eliminated most of that wet sanding. I know the newer chemical etching compounds and glazes seem to be more popular but when it comes to paint with that many issues it seems like a lot of extra work.

I recently repaired a buddies truck from extensive trail rash. Took 4 hours but it was rough...



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Sorry- just wanting to know your reasoning. I'm old school and had my business through the 90's so I'm maybe out of touch with most newer products. I used Top of the Line products (heat leveling compound and glaze) and finished with wax applied by a Cyclo.

Never heard of that Iron removing product and like that a lot to avoid wasting a good (and expensive) clay bar.

-OC