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    reflections





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    more reflections




    This one is the reflection of the clouds with a couple of small rock chips still visible.
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    Great job! The PC and your skill have worked wonders.

    Did you ever use ScratchX? I was a skeptic of this product until I used it correctly like the article stated. Big help.

    Thanks for taking the time to upload those great pics too.

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    Originally posted by scrub
    Great job! The PC and your skill have worked wonders.

    Did you ever use ScratchX? I was a skeptic of this product until I used it correctly like the article stated. Big help.

    Thanks for taking the time to upload those great pics too.
    I actually didn't use ScratchX this time around. Just 9, 7 and NXT Wax.

    Now that it's all polished up I can see more defects that might come out. Some others won't, but since this a daily driver, it's not too big of a deal. I plan on working on it again in a couple of months, and at that time I will use the ScratchX. BTW, I love the way ScratchX works!!

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    I just can't resist it. I have to say it's awesome improvement!
    I wash and wash my car until the whole thing disappeared!

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    Great job on overtaking those swirls, the blazer looks great. You may want to look into picking up some #83 and #80 to take on some of the more challenging defects.

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    Excellent job! I find it abit hard to use G100 to polish the pillars since they're narrow. Sometimes I would just prefer to apply Scratch-X on hard-to-reach paint areas. I highly recommend #83 and #80 to everyone who owns a PC or G100!

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    Awesome pics! I'd also recommend # 80 Speed Glaze (with your PC) for a cleaner. It works wonders!! I use #80, DC#2 polish, and NXT wax. As soon as I use up the DC#2 polish, I plan to switch to another Mirror Glaze product.
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    Originally posted by MattN03
    Awesome pics! I'd also recommend # 80 Speed Glaze (with your PC) for a cleaner. It works wonders!! I use #80, DC#2 polish, and NXT wax. As soon as I use up the DC#2 polish, I plan to switch to another Mirror Glaze product.
    #80 will be included in my next order and will definitely be used the next time I detail the Blazer. It will also help with some of the problem areas on my Dakota, which will be worked on and written up in about a month or so.

    I'm impressed with the way #7 Show Car glaze really glossed up the finish. I may try to do a side by side on the Dak with #7 and DC#2. It's Patriot Blue Metallic so it should be a decent comparison.

    AND: THANKS to everyone for their compliments and suggestions!!
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    Awesome job there kuhlguy71!!!

    Thanks for sharing your results with us!

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