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    Established Member Three Rings
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    Thank you for the leather info!

    Yeah my plan is to change pads once these wear down to needing replacement. Can't justify it until they're ready to go. I won't be cleaning the wheels so frequently to drive me crazy but I'll be doing it more than I currently have (almost never haha)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DetailersDomain View Post
    we like to use the leather master kit to maintain these type of seats. the key is to use and apply product on applicators pads and towels first. massage the product into the pad so that it does not leave product on the stitching so much just enough where it doesnt get all over.

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    Sonax Spray and Seal being used to maintain a ceramic coated vehicle.



    Using Sonax Spray and Seal for maintenance on a coated Lamborghini Huracan

    This Lamborghini Huracan was coated about 6 months ago with a ceramic coating, we wanted to test out the ability of the Sonax Spray and Seal and the effects of it over the coating. We are happy to report that it worked extremely well. Sonax Spray and Seal was compatible and showed no issues or side effects with the ceramic coating. We would recommend it as a maintenance product over your cars protected with ceramic coating.
    Hey Phil, great video!

    This Sonax spray and seal.....I noticed you never had to wipe it on than buff off. Is that true or was that just a fancy video edit?

    Would you recommend the Somax Spray and Seal as a quick detailer or just after a wash?

    What is a safe quick detailer that can be used over a ceramic coating that you’d recommend?

    Thanks in advance!


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    Quote Originally Posted by NJA-TRTL View Post
    Hey Phil, great video!

    This Sonax spray and seal.....I noticed you never had to wipe it on than buff off. Is that true or was that just a fancy video edit?

    Would you recommend the Somax Spray and Seal as a quick detailer or just after a wash?

    What is a safe quick detailer that can be used over a ceramic coating that you’d recommend?

    Thanks in advance!


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    You would still need to dry the car completely. So yes when you check out the video there are drying towels to buff off the rest of the left over Spray and Seal

  4. #2724
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    This one might be a better question for you versus the simple ones I can probably look up:

    A rubber shoe sole scuffed my paint. It looks like it transferred some black rubber to the paint or scuffed it like a black rubber sole would scuff a basketball court.

    Best recommendation for cleaning that up?
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    > Airlift 3P <> SPC CAs <> Vossen VFS-2 Satin Bronze <
    > Magnaflow CBE <
    > RS4 FBSW <> Piano Black Trim <> BFI Shift Knob <
    > NGP Rearguard <

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    A good light polish or clay bar should work

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    I have a white car with visible fallout showing all over the body panels. On the lower doors / rocker panels, there is PPF that also has fallout on it. Can I use fallout remover on the PPF without damaging it? Or should I be using clay bar or something?

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    yes you can use the fall out remover on ppf just make sure it is removed completely.

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    Now that my summer wheels are off I want to see if I can get stains off the Rotors - I have similiar stains like these mentioned in this post - https://www.audizine.com/forum/showt...ains-on-wheels

    What Pads /wax might one recommend to use on my Griots Garage 6 Inch Random Orbital Polisher which I run this with 5" plate?

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    by rotors you mean your factory 5 spokes? if so then yes you might want to try to polish or if needed compound then polish them out....curious what wheel cleaner are you using it looks like they have already been damaged a bit from either a wheel cleaner or lack of care.

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    Yes - those are not mine but mine look similiar. Came like that when I bought my car. What pads/compound would you recommend to start with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip_ View Post
    Yes - those are not mine but mine look similiar. Came like that when I bought my car. What pads/compound would you recommend to start with?
    before that what did you already try..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetailersDomain View Post
    before that what did you already try..
    Mothers mag polish, Meguiars compound by hand with no luck.

  13. #2733
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    Ask Detailers Domain

    Question regarding wheel wax on polished lips with clear coat centers.

    I have a set of ccw wheels with polished lip and clear coat centers and want to protect them during the winter rainy/snowy months.. Is there a wax that can be used on polished lips? Also what about the center clear coat?
    Thanks

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