Discussion in 'Pre Wash, Wash, Decon, Claying, Engine, Wheels, an' started by mharris2007, Dec 31, 2010.
It looks like you've got a great collection going there!
How did you like the Surbuf pads? What product did you use? I have some and have yet to try it out.
I don't really have anything to compare the surbuf pads to but they worked really well with the m105. I think next time I'm going to try an orange or yellow pad with the m105.
cool... but you had good results, thats good to hear.
Yeah man, I was very happy with the results, they were as easy to use as could be expected. The M105 is not the easiest stuff to work with though. There's allot of elbow grease involved with rubbing that stuff off after it hazes/dries. I'm going to try an orange pad with M105 on my dad's F150 if it doesn't clean up with a green pad and Menz 203/power finish. I'll keep you posted.
Sounds like you're using too much product. M105 shouldn't be hard to remove at all.
I think you might be right, it was my first time using the surbuf pads and machine polishing in general. I'm going to try an orange pad with 105 on my dad's F150 via the KBM and see what I get.
Very nice! That must've set you back a pretty penny! But the end result is always rewarding.
I'm sure the IS300 will look great!
It wasn't too terribly expensive. I think the whole lot set me back in the $700-800 range if I remember correctly, but this was with free shipping and the forum discount at Phil's. I thought it was pretty good value for all the goods that I got. I've since placed another order for even more stuff that was $250 and just got that today too
Anyhow the pics of the lexus detail are here: http://www.detailingbliss.com/forum/show-shine/21613-first-detail-2003-lexus-300-a.htm
And there's some interior and leather pictures here: http://www.detailingbliss.com/forum.../21605-prima-nero-vs-stoners-tire-shine-3.htm
Thanks for posting!
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