Discussion in 'Professional Detailer's Studio' started by Paul Dalton aka Miracle, Sep 14, 2009.
paul - it would be great if you'd check you pn
thanx a bunch
So far I found this one. Will keep looking.
Astons are so beautiful. Mr. Callum did a great job on the designs, such strong curves, I love it! Might even be my favorite Aston ever! Even vs a DB4! Nice job Paul!
By the way, I love how an Aston Martin dealership is tucked away on a cozy side street, thats what it looks like anyhow. Perfect way to buy an aston!
Thats no side street, thats a high street!!
Great work and inspiring as usual :thumb:
great work . thanks for sharing
i take my bloody hat to you fella.
cooking on gas
Great work Paul!
It looks like the crew at Aston is getting better with the buffers, you should see how bad the DBS's are that I get to work on.:gasp:
I'm digging that portable MH flood light. :thumb:
One of reasons that made me a full time detailer is because i read some years ago some reports from your works. :worship2:
Wow, thank you, thats so cool. :mounty:
I remember seeing a Top gear segment with Paul working on some car... when I was hearing prices thrown around I thought wtf, these people are crazy!!!
A few years later after I actually learned what paint correction was and applied a few coats of wax... well my opinions have changed greatly
Can you disclose the brand of the flood light??
any idea when this sealant will be available 4 public?
some info would be really cool
Where can you get these Metal halide lights? I usually see them as ceiling lighting in factories. Do they come as portable lights on a stand that we can use in the garage?
Does Lowes or Home Depot sell something like this?
 I should havew read the entire post before posting this. LOL
I would love to hear how people like the MH from HD if anybody picks one up. They are not cheap but if they show flaws better then the halogen I am using now they will be worth it.
I like. Great Job! Thanks for posting :mounty:
Hi,great work,:worship2:,the car´s simply beautiful.
Thanks for charing.
great job here paul.:thumb::thumb::thumb:
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