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08-14-2007, 12:59 PM #1
Finally got a porter cable and pads to clean my car. However i dont know which order to use the stuff. This is what i have.
Klasse- High gloss sealent glaze
Sonus- Paintwork cleaners gloss enhancing pre-wax polish
Poorboys World- Super swirl remover
This is what i plan to do......
1, Wash car with dawn
2, Wash car with regular car soap
3, Claybar the car
4, Rinse the car off
Then i dont know in which order to apply the stuff in.
The car needs a good cleaning, its been a few years since it's had a nice wax. Plus im going to college in a few weeks, so i wont have time then to clean it, not to mention its gonna get cold later. Also what speed whould i set the machine to, it ranges from 1-6.
08-14-2007, 01:34 PM #2
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
- Mankato, KS, KSU at Salina
- 2000 Camaro Z28
08-14-2007, 06:32 PM #3
- Start with the claybar after shampoo wash
- Follow up with Poorboy-SSR
- Then the Sonus PWC to cleanup any polish haze
- Next do the KAIO; Note: remove as you apply it, don't let it haze too long, it's a bit of a PITA to remove, plus it says no need to let it haze
- Last, but not least: the Klasse High Gloss Sealant
- And finally: grab a beer and admire your work
Edit: Almost forgot: If you've got the LC Pads, use the orange one for the PB-SSR (5-6 speed)
Finesse pad (black) for the cleaner wax (4 speed)
Polishing pad (white) with the KAIO (4.5-5 speed)
Finesse pad with the Sealant, or by hand with a foam or MF applicator (5 speed)
Last edited by Z06-Goose; 08-14-2007 at 06:45 PM.
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