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Old Fri, Apr-06-2007, 03:31:19 AM   #1
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Default Hello from Detailer's Domain.

Hello M3FORUM members!

I'm with Detailers Domain an online retailer of premium car care products. We carry Adam’s Polishes, Menzerna, P21S, Porter Cables, Edge Pads, and more. I will be adding a couple more brand over the next month or so. The products we carry are easy to use and yield the best results in my experience.

I started detailing about 20 years ago. Playing around with off the shelf products from large chain stores at the age of 10 and moving on to all the boutique brands and professional lines. I can't say I've used them all but I have used plenty. I detailed cars for friends and family, worked at dealers prepping new cars, and even started a small detailing business while in college.

Fast forward to about 2 years ago I was approached by a local tuner/friend to detail some of their customers' cars and eventually it turned into something bigger with a detailing day, detailing cars for shows... etc.... While all this was happening I started selling Adam's Premium Car Care and it moved on to where we are now.

I'm in this to have fun and meet a lot of car enthusiasts. I can't say I know it all but I can try to help you all out as well I hope to learn from you too.

M3FORUM members will receive 10% off anything we carry.

Currently, our website is being sorted out. Its up but if you need anything please e-mail me.

I look forward to talking and meeting you all soon.

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Looking into getting the 7424 porter cable, what do you recommend i get in terms of pads (thinking of getting ccs) and polishes, my car is AW...I'm looking for a nice rich shine, paint is in great shape, swirls are minor if any....Thanks
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I guess I've moved on from the velcro type pads and moved into the edge system. Some love it like I do and some are so so about it.

The benefits to me on the edge system out weigh the velcro system.

Here are some links:

http://www.detailersdomain.com/catalog/i21.html

As for the polishes I would highly recommend the Menzerna line.

If you have minor swirls I would probably recommend either
Menzerna IP
Menzerna 106FF or Menzerna Micropolish (FPII)
Menzerna FMJ (sealant)
http://www.detailersdomain.com/catalog/c15_p1.html

You can e-mail me if you need anything else and I can work out a package for you off line.
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Old Mon, Jul-11-2011, 07:17:29 AM   #5
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I would say I am great at looking at detail when it comes to anything and for sure my car is spotless. I have been taking care of her though with of the shelf cleaners and what not. Ready and am in the market to get some great products because I know she is probably not as clean as I think.

I have been looking on 'Detailer's Domain' and in creating a shopping list I pretty much have added:

-The Uber Porter Cable 7424XP with Menzerna Polishes 16 oz Kit
-Adam's All Purpose Cleaner 16 oz 3 Pack + 1 FREE
-Uber Wheel Well and Fender Brush
-Swissvax Detail Brush
-Adam's Car Wash 16 oz 3 Pack + 1 FREE
-Aquartz Iron Cut 3 + 1
-Uber Genuine Wool Wash Mitt (Version 2)
-Grit Guard
-Swissvax Leather Brush

Which is a better brand (In this case, out of the products listed below;price isn't an issue) I have seen everyone recommending Leatherique, but wondering if that was merely because of cost as well. My leather is cracked mainly on the driver seat of course and some what on the passenger seat and steering wheel has its typical wear. Other than that it is in what I would consider good condition. Something to restore it well, make it soft and supple and of course give it the matte (reduce shine) look that healthy leather should have.

-Swissvax Leather Cleaner
-Swissvax Leather Milk with vitamin E Leather Conditioner
-Leatherique Prestine Clean Size: 16oz
-Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil Size: 16oz

Recommendations for clay bar? And what grit/color/level is recommended, again my car is fairly clean I believe. Sound one do medium then move to fine?

Best wax to apply (hand/machine)? Brand and Type? Carnauba? or Sealant over Wax?

A nice semi-gloss tire shine?

Best engine bay cleaner/dressing (plastic/vinyl)?

Any advice and help is much appreciated,
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what do you recommend for cleaning convertible top?
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anything in this section should do the job.

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how do you recommend detailing the engine bay? products, methods etc?
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sure you can

on a cold motor you can

1 spritz apc on it.
2 agitate with brush if needed
3 rinse off dirt and apc
4 use a towel to dry
5 start motor to complete the drying
6 dress with adam's in and out spray

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thank yoU! ps. what does pac mean?
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