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Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by 04sleeper, Jan 24, 2010.

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    Simply amazing!!!!!
     
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    im speeeechless im crying cause i love your car so much and im drooling like well you know, a geek looking a nude pics on the web and not know what to do with
     
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    I hope some day my car can look anywhere near as good as yours does, your car is always brought up in detailing/cleaning convo's with my friends.

    :hail2::hail2::hail2::hail2:
     
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    I'm sure your 05 turned out great !
     
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    I'd sell my soul to have a car like that... :D
     
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    Yep. That was me. Good meeting you. :cheers:

    LOL. Just come up to Dallas! I have already worked on a guys car from Killeen that came up here for me to work on it.

    I will have to check that out. Thanks.

    LOL.... Thanks.

    Thanks for the compliment. :cheers:

    Sold! LOL... J/K. Thanks man. :cheers:
     
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    I'll probably check it out too. Thing is I don't think the brand of products is as important as experience and technique and stuff like that. Could be wrong.
     
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    If you polished with the SSR1 to remove swirls, you shouldn't need a glaze. You should do the SSR1, then a sealant like Jetseal or Blackfire, then the wax.

    I'm in no way a pro detailer, but everything I've read indicates a glaze is meant to fill/hide swirls, which you shouldn't have after the polish.

    Looks great, but I think the sealant/wax method would last longer than the glaze/wax method.
     

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