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Old 03-01-2011, 08:20 PM   #21  
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seal away silicone or not proper prep with take care of it all.
been painting for years
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Old 03-02-2011, 04:28 PM   #22  
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Well it's really not that big of deal, but if for some dumb reason you happen to need part of the vehicle repainted, due to accident or whatever, the silicone will actually seep through the paint and penetrate the metal, making it very difficult to repaint, without having the paint peel, or just not stick to the metal. While searching for a wax without silicone, I haven't come across many, so I will likely give in and use a silicone based wax, because I really don't plan on having to repaint at all. The stang will only see nice summer driving anyway, so that should reduce the risk of an accident.
I'm in trouble with 206 coats then
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I'm in trouble with 206 coats then
lol don't ever scratch it. But then again with 206 coats that's probably physically impossible.
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Old 03-03-2011, 04:46 PM   #24  
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I am hoping. I can literally say (knocking on wood re computer desk lol) there is not ONE mark rock chip etc on the Snake. I might cry if I ever get on. For the car being 2 years old ( 3rd summer coming up) this has never been the case re small rock chips the odd scratch has always appeared on my past Ponies.
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:57 PM   #25  
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hi guys if you want your mustang to have really high gloss try the autoglym extra gloss protection wax sealant it works really well i use in my detailing business i used it on my friend green 95 mustang gt so give it a try.
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hi guys if you want your mustang to have really high gloss try the autoglym extra gloss protection wax sealant it works really well i use in my detailing business i used it on my friend green 95 mustang gt so give it a try.
Detailing business...autoglym? Really.
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Old 09-13-2013, 03:01 PM   #27  
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hey guys yes autoglym dose make a scratch remover it is call paint renovator. it removes scratches an scuffs an heavily oxidised paint an faded paint too hope that helps you guys
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Old 09-18-2013, 02:56 PM   #28  
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Great information. I've already copied to a Word document for future reference. Thanks
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