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    Re: Work Truck Detail 65+ pics...!

    Hey all,

    THANKS for all the kind comments!

    They really mean a lot to me!
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    Amazing work!! Damn!

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    man, I ****!!! LOL
    Great work!! That was inspirational, to say the least. Thanks for sharing that with the rest of us.
    One question, how do you stay focused and not get overwhelmed on a job of that size?
    The power of the flex compells you!!!

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    Wow, that is a transformation.

    You should post this on Autopia as well. We don't see a lot of thorough interior work like this.
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    Re: Work Truck Detail 65+ pics...!

    I am in awe....

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    Amazing attention to detail and expertise! Actually taking the truck apart like you did brings detailing to the next level.

    How long did the entire job take?
    You also mentioned using "acid" along with apc+ on the emblem and different parts. What kind of acid did you use, and in what situations do you find it helpful?

    How did paint thinner help you with cleaning the headliner?

    Thanks for the extensive write up!

    Rodney

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    *Note to self... since I only work on cars for friends and family, never let them see any of the work Kevin does.
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    Re: Work Truck Detail 65+ pics...!

    I've had the pleasure of working with you on a few sand/buff jobs, but Kevin...I'm kinda glad I wasn't around for the work on this Tundra. I'm spoiled now I guess. The really dirty ones don't look fun to me anymore. But as usual, you worked your magic (more like a mix of smarts, experience, and many hours.) Your incredible talent shows through in all your work, however especially evident in this remarkable transformation of a worked work truck.

    Your broad application of M105 and APC+ makes me proud! I was on the development team for the those two products and it makes me smile that someone like you is so passionate about projects that I worked on. I'll pass on your (very well done) write up to others on my team who will surely appreciate the good work you do and how you use these products.

    Awesome work Kevin!

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    Kevin, you've humbled us all I think...certainly spending 50 hours on a vehicle is something truly remarkable... 50 hours x $20/hour = $1000 (and that's low) ??...I've never used 105 but think I'm going to have to get some after seeing how multi functional it is.

    I've never disassembled the components from a vehicle before and you said that it was "easy"...how easy ?...

    You've taken the word "detail" to a whole other level in my eyes...I was however diappointed that you didn't show how you cleaned the inside of the interior dome light lens

    Thanks for sharing such a great bunch of pictures as well...that in itself takes time to do.
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    What is the difference between APC and APC Plus? I have APC and would like to use it on the floor carpet in my Ford Ranger. Can you go over in a little more detail what you did to clean the carpet in the Tundra? Great write up!!!
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