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This is a discussion on 2006 Black Range Rover within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by Z06-Goose Claybar first. Yes, you do use Menzerna after the claybar The Menzerna will remover swirls, so ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    Claybar first. Yes, you do use Menzerna after the claybar
    The Menzerna will remover swirls, so not need to use any other swirl remover before the Menzerna...
    I will check on the Porter Cable from AG tonight to see what you're getting, just to make sure you're getting the right stuff...
    What else do you plan on getting?
    Let me know if you don't mind, so you don't spend money on unnecessary stuff...
    this is my first choice... appreciate the help!!

    i was going to get the porter cable by itself

    http://www.autogeek.net/poca746varap.html

    and buy this kit

    http://www.autogeek.net/bf200.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02convertibleT/A View Post
    this is my first choice... appreciate the help!!

    i was going to get the porter cable by itself

    http://www.autogeek.net/poca746varap.html

    and buy this kit

    http://www.autogeek.net/bf200.html
    That's a good starting kit. Get the buffer and the accessories you have on the second link

    Also, just wanted to let you know, the porter cable you have there is a great tool, and will do a fine job, that said, there's an upgraded version of the PC7424 called 7424XP supposedly better at paint correction. Again nothing worng with your choices. I like it. I just wanted to make you aware of the new PC that just came out

    Here's another kit that you may get 10% off by using promo code TID10 on the new 7424XP Porter Cable Buffer...

    http://www.properautocare.com/74uldemawico.html

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    the XP is only 119

    http://www.autogeek.net/porter-cable-7424xp.html

    so i will start with that, since its an updated version from the original 7424.

    im likin the kit i posted b/c it comes with the microfiber covers for wax removal b/c right now thats the thing thats killin me for time is removing the wax by hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02convertibleT/A View Post
    the XP is only 119

    http://www.autogeek.net/porter-cable-7424xp.html

    so i will start with that, since its an updated version from the original 7424.

    im likin the kit i posted b/c it comes with the microfiber covers for wax removal b/c right now thats the thing thats killin me for time is removing the wax by hand.
    Yeah, that's good
    Also for Autogeek, use coupon code or promo code "corvetteforum" at checkout for additional discount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    Yeah, that's good
    Also for Autogeek, use coupon code or promo code "corvetteforum" at checkout for additional discount.
    sweet!! thanks!!!! ill be ordering it this weekend!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02convertibleT/A View Post
    sweet!! thanks!!!! ill be ordering it this weekend!!!!!
    If I had to make a small change on that order, it would be the yellow pad.
    I would get an orange pad instead. They can do it for you. After you order, call them up and give them the order number and ask them if they could replace that yellow pad in your order for an orange pad

    This is up to you. I hardly ever use a yellow pad. They're very aggressive and leave a haze. This is to be used on spot corrections only, and then followed by the orange pad to clean up any haze that may have been left behind
    You can always add an extra orange pad, and leave the yellow pad in there so you can experience with it
    One thing I've learned, you can never have too many orange pads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    If I had to make a small change on that order, it would be the yellow pad.
    I would get an orange pad instead. They can do it for you. After you order, call them up and give them the order number and ask them if they could replace that yellow pad in your order for an orange pad

    This is up to you. I hardly ever use a yellow pad. They're very aggressive and leave a haze. This is to be used on spot corrections only, and then followed by the orange pad to clean up any haze that may have been left behind
    You can always add an extra orange pad, and leave the yellow pad in there so you can experience with it
    One thing I've learned, you can never have too many orange pads
    i will just throw in a couple orange. thanks!!

    i will get a small portion (32pz bottles) of Menzerna Super Intensive Polish and a small portion of Menzerna Nano Polish. try it out.

    my gf'd lil sister has a 98 mustang that is in pretty bad shape, that will be a perfect candidate for my first try with these!!! the clay bar and wax helped out TREMeNDOUSLY but it didnt bring the depth back like these will!

    thanks for all your help, its GREATLY appreciated!! doing things by hand forever will make this seem SO easy, lol...

    if i really like this stuff ill get the gallons of them!!
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