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Old 11-24-2012, 10:02 PM   #101
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So talked with zaino. Think I might skip the buffer. They swear I can get the same results by hand and there product line. And from what I have read seems like a sell. 110 for everything I need. Money isn't the issue but it is 75% application. And there seems the best. And with real results. Chime in love to her why or why not
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So my car is a year. Light swirls from towel dry before I used two bucket and air blower. Still need 105 . Thanks. Sealer then wax right. Or other way?
You may or may not need M105. I don't know because I haven't seen your car. However, there's nothing wrong with starting with M205 and if that doesn't remove the damage, stepping up to M105.

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I bought this 6" backing plate from Chemical Guys. What size hex-logic pads work with it? 5.5?
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Look at the picture that you linked to. Do you see how the pad is BIGGER than the back plate? The pad is ALWAYS bigger than the back plate. I explained that in detail within my paint correction videos. As a matter of fact, I show the back plate up close to the screen so that you can read what it says. This is why I stress watching the videos multiple times. A 6.5" pad requires a 6" back plate. A 5.5" pad requires a 5" back plate.


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Nope, it's 6". Look it up.

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So talked with zaino. Think I might skip the buffer. They swear I can get the same results by hand and there product line. And from what I have read seems like a sell. 110 for everything I need. Money isn't the issue but it is 75% application. And there seems the best. And with real results. Chime in love to her why or why not
Zaino doesn't fix anything. If you're ok with putting lipstick on a pig and calling it a model, then go for it. I for one would rather fix it right.
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:32 PM   #104
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That's why I'm asking. So ill stick with original plan pc and clay and wash and 205 and then seal then wax. Still waiting on best seal and wax combo. I have 3 car shows and a parade in 2 weeks guys I want my 45th to pop even more. My list is going with all my items listed above so finish me off wax pads? Sealer? I know 75% deal but tell me some worth a shit products. Please
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So talked with zaino. Think I might skip the buffer. They swear I can get the same results by hand and there product line. And from what I have read seems like a sell. 110 for everything I need. Money isn't the issue but it is 75% application. And there seems the best. And with real results. Chime in love to her why or why not
Every time you post, I wonder if you actually watched my videos. Here's why.

Zaino has two products that do paint correction. One is Z-AIO and the other is Z-PC Fusion. Neither one of those products are in the kit you are wanting to buy. The other products that Zaino sells (and that are included in your kit) are called POLISHES by Zaino, but they are actually GLAZES. A glaze is a product that attempts to FILL IN paint damage, NOT fix it. That's why you are told that the more coats of Zaino you apply, the better your paint will look. That's also why after you apply a bunch of coats of Zaino and then wash your car enough times, all the scratches will reappear. That's because they never went anywhere, you just covered them up. Now there's nothing wrong with that if you're that guy, but I want my paint damage eliminated, not masked. So you can choose to cover up the damage in your paint over and over again or you can actually remove it. Another option is to buy the correct Zainp products that will actually FIX your paint damage but that a completely different thread.

Frankly, I have better things to do than to keep applying coats of glazes to my paint. That is very time consuming.
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:38 PM   #106
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Zaino doesn't fix anything. If you're ok with putting lipstick on a pig and calling it a model, then go for it. I for one would rather fix it right.
Well you beat me to it!
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:44 PM   #107
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Din you just say that zaino is sending you another product to use. And I watched your videos so much it has my wife sick of the brotha productions lol. Now instead of being a ass just be helpful. If the " kit " won't fix my paint and they have a product that will why wouldn't you just tell me it instead of saying different thread. And it's funny cuse once again I see the adams junkman kit. Hmmm, interesting. Guess not all is fair in one and war. Meaning guess your opinion isn't non bias. With that junkman what products are what would fix my paint with zaino. Or do I email sal back and tell him junk man said no. Just like dean telling me last night the 2 bucket wash system is a waste of time and money. Not me saying these things others from sites that sell what you recommend. So again I've watched the 45 minute videos with 29 minutes of work and the rest the ameuter comedy show so with that said why doesn't a brother help out all these people reaching out instead of always getting in the side of being a ass. Most people don't have a garage to wash there car in lol or the time to spend 3 days on a detail. Guess there are reasons why your single and that's great so for us with lives families and questions should we just turn to f
Detailers domain where they have time to explain and give options on products. Junkman your videos are great and helpful. Your attitude sucks.
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Nope, it's 6". Look it up.
I did before I posted the first time... and that's not what it says on the Chemical guys website or the amazon website:

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THE BEST 6" Backing plate for your Dual Action Polisher. DA-Molded urethane backing plate. Nothing holds pads better than our Hook & Loop Flexible backing plates.
FITS ALL 6" PADS.

DA BACKING PLATE Actually measures 5"3/4 inch. Pro-FLEX Flexible Backing Plate Ideal for all DA machines, Porter Cable, UDM, Ultimate Detailing machines and several others.
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:48 PM   #109
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Ihaveacamaro. Junkman is right. Doesn't matter what the product says. This guy is a joke. He has videos all over different forums. He is a sales man. Adams had a junkman kit lol. I mean don't you have time for a 3 day detail and a garage to wash your car in. Lol. I give up. Ill message you or try and ask Phil at detail domain. Nicer more helpful and actually know what they are talking about instead of referring to videos they did. Lol. Thanks for your help we can compare notes in other thread.
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Like I said its my fault they call a glaze a polish. I mean I should know that all detail products are misleading. Jeez detailers domain here we come. Thanks to all
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Ihaveacamaro. Junkman is right. Doesn't matter what the product says. This guy is a joke. He has videos all over different forums. He is a sales man. Adams had a junkman kit lol. I mean don't you have time for a 3 day detail and a garage to wash your car in. Lol. I give up. Ill message you or try and ask Phil at detail domain. Nicer more helpful and actually know what they are talking about instead of referring to videos they did. Lol. Thanks for your help we can compare notes in other thread.
I wouldn't say that. I will be the FIRST person to say Junkman knows a HELL of a lot more than I do...

But if you don't want his help, by all means that is your choice. Just know that he DOES know more than I do and I have never claimed otherwise
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Lol he does it for a living hope he would. Just like you know more about teeth. Doesn't mean then when someone ask you you keep reacting like your stressed that your responding on a forum. I mean its what he does. They called it a polish. He corrects me says I don't watch the videos because they call it something it isn't. I just quoted them. They said polish. And also all I want to do is get my ride looking great. It's only a year old washed weekly and kept very well so that's all I want is a clean smooth no swirl c.f.m. Paint on my 45th. Sorry for as,ing question that weren't coverd under your video. I got someone who is willing to answer questions and actually explain what difference is and why some call products polish when really a glaze.
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Lol he does it for a living hope he would. Just like you know more about teeth. Doesn't mean then when someone ask you you keep reacting like your stressed that your responding on a forum. I mean its what he does. They called it a polish. He corrects me says I don't watch the videos because they call it something it isn't. I just quoted them. They said polish. And also all I want to do is get my ride looking great. It's only a year old washed weekly and kept very well so that's all I want is a clean smooth no swirl c.f.m. Paint on my 45th. Sorry for as,ing question that weren't coverd under your video. I got someone who is willing to answer questions and actually explain what difference is and why some call products polish when really a glaze.
He doesn't do it for a living.

And I understand with all the different lines that it's hard to keep up with every manufacturer's terms, but that is hardly Junkman's fault. I think that you are overthinking everything. It is not that hard once you jump in, and as Junkman would say, KISS or Keep It Simple Stupid

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Look at the picture that you linked to. Do you see how the pad is BIGGER than the back plate? The pad is ALWAYS bigger than the back plate. I explained that in detail within my paint correction videos. As a matter of fact, I show the back plate up close to the screen so that you can read what it says. This is why I stress watching the videos multiple times. A 6.5" pad requires a 6" back plate. A 5.5" pad requires a 5" back plate.
Thanks, again. I fixed my sleepy mistake and ordered the right sized backing plates and hex-logic pads. I watched all the videos and thought I took decent notes. Notta. Fixing my notes now. Going to watch the washing videos now and will pause to take notes this time.
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So talked with zaino. Think I might skip the buffer. They swear I can get the same results by hand and there product line. And from what I have read seems like a sell. 110 for everything I need. Money isn't the issue but it is 75% application. And there seems the best. And with real results. Chime in love to her why or why not
I've used Zaino for years and I loved it. But I've always done it by hand and it took me hours. I'm going to try something different this time following the Junkman's suggestions. Plus my Zaino products were super old (not sure if that matters or not) so now I'm delving into Meguiars.
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No it doesn't, but Sal is sending me Clear Seal along with something else. He wants me to apply it differently than the instructions state. He says that the results will be better than if I follow the instructions. We'll see...
Posting a video when done?
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Lol he does it for a living hope he would. Just like you know more about teeth. Doesn't mean then when someone ask you you keep reacting like your stressed that your responding on a forum. I mean its what he does. They called it a polish. He corrects me says I don't watch the videos because they call it something it isn't. I just quoted them. They said polish. And also all I want to do is get my ride looking great. It's only a year old washed weekly and kept very well so that's all I want is a clean smooth no swirl c.f.m. Paint on my 45th. Sorry for as,ing question that weren't coverd under your video. I got someone who is willing to answer questions and actually explain what difference is and why some call products polish when really a glaze.
I'll say this and I'll leave you alone. In my videos, I stress that if anyone has any questions that I cover in my videos, I'll just send you back to the videos. Two, I don't do this for a living. In my videos (more than one), I tell folks that you couldn't pay me to detail cars for a living. There's not enough money in it. In my videos, I say that I own a computer consulting firm. That's what pays the bills. I also do a TV show about computers. That's what I do too. Even the local news channels hit me up for advice on computer related topics. Fixing paint is a hobby of mine and nothing more.




I probably post on 20 different forums, freely sharing information about detailing. I charge you no money to pick my mind or to watch my videos but before I take time out of my day to answer your questions, the only thing that I ask is that you watch the videos multiple times and take notes. Here you are talking as if I work for all these detailing companies, which is so far from the truth. You honestly don't know how you sound. I have people from all over the world shooting me email asking for help along with all my customers who are looking for help or an appointment. Yet, I manage to fit you into my day in order to help you out. This is the way you choose to come back at me. I didn't realize that your skin was so thin.

I will now direct my help to those in this thread who actually appreciate it.
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If the results are as Sal says they are, then I will make a video. If not, no need to spread the word.

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I've used Zaino for years and I loved it. But I've always done it by hand and it took me hours. I'm going to try something different this time following the Junkman's suggestions. Plus my Zaino products were super old (not sure if that matters or not) so now I'm delving into Meguiars.
That's the exact same experience that I had. It is very time consuming and I would rather be chasing skirts than rubbing on my car.

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Thanks, again. I fixed my sleepy mistake and ordered the right sized backing plates and hex-logic pads. I watched all the videos and thought I took decent notes. Notta. Fixing my notes now. Going to watch the washing videos now and will pause to take notes this time.
I cram so much info in my videos, it is EASY to miss half of it. Imagine how many times I have to go through them just to edit the annotations? I will make a video (which takes no telling how long), edit them as necessary, upload them (sometimes for days), and then add the annotations. By the time I post a video, I have invested some serious amount of time in them. The main reason that I started making videos is because I got so tired of typing the same answers or instructions over and over again (although I still have to do that for some folks). So the fact that you missed something is definitely not surprising. I see it constantly over and over again daily. It is very easy to do and that's why I stress multiple viewings.
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I cram so much info in my videos, it is EASY to miss half of it. Imagine how many times I have to go through them just to edit the annotations? I will make a video (which takes no telling how long), edit them as necessary, upload them (sometimes for days), and then add the annotations. By the time I post a video, I have invested some serious amount of time in them. The main reason that I started making videos is because I got so tired of typing the same answers or instructions over and over again (although I still have to do that for some folks). So the fact that you missed something is definitely not surprising. I see it constantly over and over again daily. It is very easy to do and that's why I stress multiple viewings.
Totally fair request. It's like with computers. So much can be found in the manual or help files FIRST. Mom just got and iPhone and GOOD LORD the questions don't stop. I'm the family computer geek and it's amazing how many in my family don't start with Google. Anyway, I should practice what I preach and review the videos before asking you questions too quickly. I started the wash videos and I'm taking copious notes this time. Last time I was lazy and had iPad projecting to AppleTV and I couldn't take note on Evernote. This time I'm on my 27" iMac and taking notes in real time vs. from memory ...
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Totally fair request. It's like with computers. So much can be found in the manual or help files FIRST. Mom just got and iPhone and GOOD LORD the questions don't stop. I'm the family computer geek and it's amazing how many in my family don't start with Google. Anyway, I should practice what I preach and review the videos before asking you questions too quickly. I started the wash videos and I'm taking copious notes this time. Last time I was lazy and had iPad projecting to AppleTV and I couldn't take note on Evernote. This time I'm on my 27" iMac and taking notes in real time vs. from memory ...
You should see my note taking regiment. I will review something so many times that my cats will get annoyed. lol! But hey, I like taking things VERY slow, step by step, inch by inch. That's why I can't get anyone to work on my car with me. I document every bolt I remove and where it cane from. But when it's all said and done, people love the hell out of my technical writeup's!
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I'll say this and I'll leave you alone. In my videos, I stress that if anyone has any questions that I cover in my videos, I'll just send you back to the videos. Two, I don't do this for a living. In my videos (more than one), I tell folks that you couldn't pay me to detail cars for a living. There's not enough money in it. In my videos, I say that I own a computer consulting firm. That's what pays the bills. I also do a TV show about computers. That's what I do too. Even the local news channels hit me up for advice on computer related topics. Fixing paint is a hobby of mine and nothing more.

I probably post on 20 different forums, freely sharing information about detailing. I charge you no money to pick my mind or to watch my videos but before I take time out of my day to answer your questions, the only thing that I ask is that you watch the videos multiple times and take notes. Here you are talking as if I work for all these detailing companies, which is so far from the truth. You honestly don't know how you sound. I have people from all over the world shooting me email asking for help along with all my customers who are looking for help or an appointment. Yet, I manage to fit you into my day in order to help you out. This is the way you choose to come back at me. I didn't realize that your skin was so thin.

I will now direct my help to those in this thread who actually appreciate it.
Junkman, even though this post was not directed at me, I hope I have not offended you in any way. Your videos were the first I watched and helped me to get into detailing. If I have offended you, I do apologize. Cheers buddy
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Junkman, I watched the wash videos. Very good stuff. Lets see if I can execute the water pool rinse. Of course I bought a foam gun and electric dryer (leaf blower). Glad you made the comment about painted wheels. Got a third mitt for that.
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