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Old Thu, Sep-04-2008, 05:11:39 AM   #31
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Hey Phil, I just bought a new car and there seems to be a few somewhat hard deposits of water on the plastic and the rubber hoses.

Is there anything I can do to make it look like perfection again? Especially the rubber hoses because those are the worst.

I just bought Black Wow and Adams In and Out, will these do the job? I also have Meguiars plastic polish.
I'm guessing you mean the engine?

if so I would try to clean it up with some P21S Total Autowash and then dress it up with Adam's In and Out.

If the car is new I would bring it to the dealer and ask them what's up with delivering a car like that.
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I'm guessing you mean the engine?

if so I would try to clean it up with some P21S Total Autowash and then dress it up with Adam's In and Out.

If the car is new I would bring it to the dealer and ask them what's up with delivering a car like that.
Thanks, I bought the SUV (Xterra) new for 12k, 14k OTD with 13 miles on the odo, so I am not complaining, haha.
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cool let me know how it goes.
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Phil - Just bought the Leather Master Trio kit. I know that the Strong Cleaner goes first but what goes on 2nd? The Protection or Vital?
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1. Strong
2. Vital Conditioner
3. Protection
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you should be able to wetsand and then step down your polishes like

sand ---> power gloss --->sip--->106fa
PC or flex at slow,2-3 speed? Don't want to overheat the "plastic" and what pad? White, green, orange?

Thanks Phil.
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sure thing its early I'm not really sure about your response.

your going to need speed to do anything when your polishing.

I would start at 2-3 and then move it up.
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Sorry. Which machine would be better a Porter cable or the Flex random orbital? What color pad is best, white, black, green 6" LC?

The car polish is OK for the polycarbonate lens cover? Could not find plastic polish on your site, would Megs plastic X work?

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I would say get the flex.
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Phil - On the Swissvax Divine pictures it shows 2 jars of wax. Does that mean it's 2 jars of Divine or one is Divine and the other one is xxxx?

Yes its two 200 ml jars of wax.
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