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This is a discussion on Power Buffer within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by 99Z28 1LE Or not. Why dont you leave troll and go post on Myspace with the rest ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Z28 1LE
    Or not.



    Why dont you leave troll and go post on Myspace with the rest of the 15-20 year old know it alls. Continue brushing your teeth with my penis now!

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    Here is a little something to show you a few things when you use a PC and what some of the steps and polish break downs should look like while you polish.

    http://paintcare-n-detailing.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA
    Why dont you leave troll and go post on Myspace with the rest of the 15-20 year old know it alls.
    Jealous, are we?? And how am I the troll? Now you're just fighting to keep your credibility since I blew you out of the water. Does the truth hurt?? Pop a Tylenol. Sorry that I happen to know something, dumbass.

    Continue brushing your teeth with my penis now! Click for full size

    Oh yeah, real mature. I assume you're supposed to be some kind of fully grown adult? Why not try acting like one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Z28 1LE
    Jealous, are we?? And how am I the troll? Now you're just fighting to keep your credibility since I blew you out of the water. Does the truth hurt?? Pop a Tylenol. Sorry that I happen to know something, dumbass.



    Oh yeah, real mature. I assume you're supposed to be some kind of fully grown adult? Why not try acting like one?
    Now boys, there's enough of me to go around!

    I think it's time to let this thread rest. Hopefully, the waterspots are gone.

    By the way, a carwash and hand dry is good for removing waterspots as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Z28 1LE
    Jealous, are we?? Sorry that I happen to know something, dumbass.
    Jealous of what???? Laughible. After reading thru some of your posts and seeing how you have a HHP and are looking for new "struts" for your car It's plain to see who the dumbass is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA
    Jealous of what???? Laughible. After reading thru some of your posts and seeing how you have a HHP and are looking for new "struts" for your car It's plain to see who the dumbass is.




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    What happens is the clear coat gets soft and a professional(my brother was trained with these) can get rid of swirls in paint by actually moving the clearcoat around with one of these non-random orbitals. If you don't do it right, you will be left with unprotected paint or no paint at all. Be VERY CAREFUL!!!


    Sooo, I wonder, if my paint is really bad...... could I take good clearcoat from one car with perfect paint and move it onto my car with a rotary buffer. Or does it not move that much?

















    Sorry.... I couldn't resist.

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    Hmm, if a rotary polisher, abrasive polish, and a cutting pad removes scratches and swirls by cutting or removing some clear coat then isn't it technically "moved" off the car?

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    Congratulations!!!! Everyone is now dumber for having read your replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99SS'Vert
    Sooo, I wonder, if my paint is really bad...... could I take good clearcoat from one car with perfect paint and move it onto my car with a rotary buffer. Or does it not move that much?

















    Sorry.... I couldn't resist.
    That's genious! I never even thought of that. That's why you guys make the big bucks. This is such a tired thread. Sorry I tried!

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    Quote Originally Posted by svt_eater
    That's genious! I never even thought of that. That's why you guys make the big bucks. This is such a tired thread. Sorry I tried!
    Never argue with an idiot, they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience. Unsubscribing now.
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    If you can't handle some light hearted rib poking from time to time, you probably shouldn't be posting on a public forum.

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