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Old 07-16-2004, 01:13 PM
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wax, polish, cleaner applicators

New to this board and wondering what folks around here are using to apply their paint finishing/cleaning products. I think I am stuck in some old habits and need some new ideas for the newer paint finishes these days. Thanks!

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Porter Cable 7424 and it seems like just about every # bottle Meguiars sells.
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I use 100% terry cloth when ever I am putting something on my cars. Im from the "old school" and used to use waxes and polishes. Went to a show and found a creme - Rod & Custom Show Gloss Creme. When I was using waxes and polishes, a haze would build up, dust stuck to my cars and it took a while to wax/polish a car. Now I use wipe this stuff on. Thats all I do. Then I get in my car and drive off. Its got a great shine too!
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