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    New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Hi my name is Kyle, I tend to have OCD with my cars.

    Here is my 09 VW CC





    And my 98 GTI


    I started playing with some of the Meg's Pro line products a few months ago, so figured I would join the forum

    And for good measure a couple pics of other cars I have detailed:
    Buddy's Corrado, took second at a show right after I finished with it


    Another Corrado I did the same week

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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Hi Kyle, and welcome to MOL!!

    Great stance on the CC, and your GTI looks brand new! Looks like a little OCD is a good thing, huh?
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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Welcome to MOL.

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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    Hi Kyle, and welcome to MOL!!

    Great stance on the CC, and your GTI looks brand new! Looks like a little OCD is a good thing, huh?
    Thanks Michael, a bit of OCD doesn't hurt any, that's for sure.

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    Welcome to MOL.
    Thanks

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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    By the way, always liked the look of your CC when I saw it over on AP forums. The stance is killer. What products have you tried thus far?

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    Welcome to MOL!

    Your cars look Sweet!

    I didn't even know they made a VW that looked that nice

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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    By the way, always liked the look of your CC when I saw it over on AP forums. The stance is killer. What products have you tried thus far?
    Thanks! I appreciate the compliment about the car.

    So far D114 is now my go to rinseless wash. I've also been liking D180. The big one for me though has been D156. Nothing but impressed with that spray wax.
    Used hyper dressing on an engine bay detail I did for a friend it works well. And just bought some D101 APC a few weeks ago. Haven't had much of a chance to use it yet though. And there are a few other products I have been trying out too here and there.

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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    Welcome to MOL!

    Your cars look Sweet!

    I didn't even know they made a VW that looked that nice
    Thank you! It's probably the classiest looking VW out right now IMO, but I am biased :P

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    You're not being biased at all.. Heck, if they offered me 2 Jettas or 1 of those, I'd take one of those without even having to think about it! Lol.

    I'm sure it costs alot more than a Jetta, but dang it deffinetly looks like they put their best foot forward with that vehicle. And the Bently wheels fit it just fine. [those are Bently wheels right? Lol]

    It's funny you mention Hyper Dressing under the hood, because I just got through wiping down the plastic/rubber in my engine compartment because I'm planning to drop off my car later today at the Cadillac dealer for service..



    I know the owner and service manager there from years ago. A couple months ago they worked on my current car for the 1st time, and the 1st thing he said when I came to pick it up was "man for being a 97' that car is CLEAN"!

    I lol'd. It's nice when people notice that kind of stuff

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    Re: New to this forum, not new to detailing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    You're not being biased at all.. Heck, if they offered me 2 Jettas or 1 of those, I'd take one of those without even having to think about it! Lol.

    I'm sure it costs alot more than a Jetta, but dang it deffinetly looks like they put their best foot forward with that vehicle. And the Bently wheels fit it just fine. [those are Bently wheels right? Lol]

    It's funny you mention Hyper Dressing under the hood, because I just got through wiping down the plastic/rubber in my engine compartment because I'm planning to drop off my car later today at the Cadillac dealer for service..



    I know the owner and service manager there from years ago. A couple months ago they worked on my current car for the 1st time, and the 1st thing he said when I came to pick it up was "man for being a 97' that car is CLEAN"!

    I lol'd. It's nice when people notice that kind of stuff
    It was a chore finding exactly the car I wanted with this one. Ended up flying across country and having a friend check out the car for me before I bought it. The bentley wheels fit about perfect on the car. Although I may move to a multipiece bentley wheel sometime in the future.

    That engine bay looks super clean for a Caddy that old!

    Here's the bay I did for my buddy. It was actually a whole 2 day detail and applied Cquartz to the exterior.


    And engine bay on the GTI for good measure. This thing has come a LONG way since I bought it.

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