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How To for Novices to Machine Polishing - Part 3

Okay, in this video I identify the damage that we are going to repair. I even go as far to create some damage just to ensure that my paint will be more jacked up than your paint. I then go into detail about claying, and what it does for your finish. Last of all, I show how to assemble the PC-7424XP so that we can start the polishing process. The video following this video will be in high definition so that you can clearly see the damage and the effectiveness of my repair.


 


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How To for Novice to Machine Polishing - Part 5
Conclusion. I recap my process and allow you into my mindset concerning paint correction and caring for your paint. Listen to what I say in this video. I'm unplugging you from the paint Matrix. Welcome to Zion. :)





How To for Novices to Machine Polishing - Part 4
Because I wanted the viewers of this video to be able to see the results of the work that I did in high detail, I uploaded this video in high definition. That took 12 hours! In this video, I actually go into the proper technique for polishing with the PC-7424XP, showing me using the machine properly. I show the polishes that I use, the pads that each polish is used on, how to work the polisher and how much polish should be used. I also talk about the importance of not using too much polish and clogging up the pores in the pads, which makes the whole process worthless. I go into the discussion of how long to work a polish and when to stop (after a polish flashes). I show which order the polishes are used and explain why you use them in that order. One thing that I stress in this video is the importance of a solid technique. I talk about and show the technique that I use, as well as how to ensure that you are developing a solid technique. As I say often in this video series, "Technique trumps product 365, 24/7. No matter who's polishes you decide to use, none of them will work worth a darn if your technique sucks. Technique rules!





How To for Novices to Machine Polishing - Part 2
In this video, I go into detail about exactly what I use to remove the paint damage within this video series. I name and visually show every piece of equipment as well as all of the products necessary to do paint correction. In some cases, I even offer up a location where you can find the products that I use. I talk about why I chose to use the products that I use as well as what I don't use. If you want a list of these items, WATCH THIS VIDEO.





Minor Scratch Removal on a Lamborghini Murcielago
This is a somewhat quick video showing me removing scratches from a Lamborghini Murcielago. Oddly enough, these cars have some of the same orange peel issues that your normal economy cars have. However, the clear coat does appear to be a much better quality than the norm. This is one of two Lamborghini's that I worked on this weekend.





A Step by Step on How To Sand, Compound, Polish and Protect
Here is a step by step video of how to hand sand, compound, polish, and protect on your vehicle! In the future, we plan on including more how to videos of how to properly detail your vehicle! Happy Detailing! Learn more with our mobile app at: http://itunes.apple.com/hk/app/meguiars-asia-news-events/id519991510?mt=8





Car polishing (& grinding), Save time & $$$ (Dollars)
Some good tips on Car polishing (& grinding), Save time & $$$. You don't need the expensive "miracle" waxes and polishes. What is required is the right polisher and methods to do the job quickly & safely. This is simple DIY type methods to do a near professional quality job of polishing a car or removing haze on headlights, without paying a lot of money for the tools to do the job right. It does pay to buy a Professional quality polisher rather than cheap tools. Polishing glaze, plenty of water and a light touch can bring out a super shine with minimal effort. Use 24 or 16 grit grinding wheels so plastic grips better. Usually it is better to buy 10 inch grinding discs vs 7 inch grinding wheels, since you can cut down the larger grinding wheel to the smaller 7 inch grinder after the outer edge is worn down. Btw, when you finish up polishing, switch to a polishing bonnet and polishing glaze to remove the swill marks left behind by the polisher. Use plenty of water so you don't burn the paint and keep the polisher speed low. Keep cleaning the polisher has the polishing wheel clogs up.





Junkman's 2-Bucket Wash Technique - Part 1
This 5-part video series covers the correct way to properly wash your car without creating damage within your paint. It does absolutely no good to repair your paint if you continue to do the things that created the damage in the first place. Incorrect washing and dust removal are the two main practices that create the swirls and scratches that you see in paint today. By following the practices in these videos, you can eliminate the possibility of creating paint damage while washing your car. Supplies Used: Foam Gun: Foamaster by Gilmour (half-gallon size) from Amazon. Foam Gun Soap: DP's Xtreme Foam Formula. Bucket Soap: The Perfect Soap from Gary Dean. Spray Wand: Wash and Rinse by Bonaire (Walmart or Sears). Buckets: Grit Guard. Bucket Inserts: Grit Guard. Quick Disconnects: Any home improvement store. Dryer: Electric leaf blower from Sears ($30). Wash Mitts: Knobby wash mitt from Auto Zone. Spray Nozzle: Multi-select nozzle from Sears. A GARAGE WITH A DRAIN. You cannot wash your car outdoors without the soap drying up too fast and without creating a boat load of water spots on your paint. If you don't have a garage to wash in, then you need to wash at night. Any other time is just going to create water spots, even in the shade.





Junkman's 2-Bucket Wash Technique - Part 2
This 5-part video series covers the correct way to properly wash your car without creating damage within your paint. It does absolutely no good to repair your paint if you continue to do the things that created the damage in the first place. Incorrect washing and dust removal are the two main practices that create the swirls and scratches that you see in paint today. By following the practices in these videos, you can eliminate the possibility of creating paint damage while washing your car. Supplies Used: Foam Gun: Foamaster by Gilmour (half-gallon size) from Amazon. Foam Gun Soap: DP's Xtreme Foam Formula. Bucket Soap: The Perfect Soap from Gary Dean. Spray Wand: Wash and Rinse by Bonaire (Walmart or Sears). Buckets: Grit Guard. Bucket Inserts: Grit Guard. Quick Disconnects: Any home improvement store. Dryer: Electric leaf blower from Sears ($30). Wash Mitts: Knobby wash mitt from Auto Zone. Spray Nozzle: Multi-select nozzle from Sears. A GARAGE WITH A DRAIN. You cannot wash your car outdoors without the soap drying up too fast and without creating a boat load of water spots on your paint. If you don't have a garage to wash in, then you need to wash at night. Any other time is just going to create water spots, even in the shade.





Junkman's Wheel & Tire Maintenance Regimen
So much for being short! lol! In this video, I discuss the maintenance regimen I use when it comes to wheel and tire maintenance. As with everything that I do, it is more about PREVENTIVE maintenance than it is about the maintenance itself. That's why I first talk about running a dust-free brake pad like the Thermo Quiet pads from Wagner. I also talk about the unnecessary expense involved with the purchase of the many wheel cleaners out there on the market. Multiple companies have expensive products that you can order and have shipped to you when your local convenient stores carry products that work just fine. Save yourself the added expense of those products AND shipping only to buy something that you can easily replace with a household item. Last of all, I talk about the product that I use for dressing my tires. I use Optimum's Opti-Bond Tire Gel. You can find it at Optimum's website (http://www.optimumcarcare.com/obtgel.php). One thing that you will find out is how cheap the product is for the amount you get. Second, a little product goes a long way. If you use it as sparingly as I do instead of gooping it on as some folks like to do, a gallon of that stuff will last you for a very long time. The video is 29:21 long so plan accordingly. I am a wordy turd sometimes and I don't do much editing. During the recording of this video, a hot chick goes by my garage and I chase after her (we met up after I finished recording). Of course, me chasing after her is not in the video but I did include a picture of her for you guys who claim that I never I never show the hot chicks I'm checking out in my videos. I live close to the University of Louisville so hot chicks are always strolling past my garage. So there you go. Finally something for you young and frisky guys (or old and frisky guys like me). :D The Junkman





Junkman's Claying 101 Video
In this video, I cover all there is to know about claying, where to buy it, what it is, how it's used and what it is used for. In paint correction, there is no more an important process than claying. Claying is the foundation of an outstanding shine and skipping this step WHEN NECESSARY is equivalent to putting lipstick on a pig. If you do not eliminate the barrier of crud, dirt and contaminates that are on top of your paint, then nothing else that you use will have the opportunity to perform to their highest potential. Clayinjg is also ideal for removing tree sap and bird droppings that have etched into the paint, provided you address the problem IMMEDIATELY. After claying, some marring will be left behind in the paint. This marring will need to be removed by using a machine and a light polish. After polishing to remove the marring, the paint will need to be protected with wax, as the claying process removes ALL the wax off the paint. This should be common sense because if claying can remove all the contaminates on top of the paint, wax doesn't remotely stand a chance. Washing a car enough times will remove all the wax. Washing the car ONCE with the wrong kind of soap will remove all the wax. So sit back and enjoy one of my shorter videos on the subject of claying. For those of you who are interested in reading up on the patent infringement cases that Auto Wax has brought against various companies and won, check out this link: http://www.claymagic.net/news.htm To order your clay directly from Auto Wax and avoid the cost associated with the middle man, go here: http://www.claymagic.net/ClayMagic-Products.htm The Junkman





How Safe is the PC-7424XP? - Part 1
In these two videos, I'm showing how safe the PC-7424XP (PC for short) is to use for those who may be apprehensive about using a orbital polisher on their paint. In this video, I use a PC with an aggressive yellow pad and some Meguiar's Diamond Cut polish. Using VERY heavy pressure, I'm going to smash the hood of my Corvette with this combination to show that no damage will occur. This of course is a completely incorrect technique for using a buffer and you would never do this while working on your car. The only reason that I am doing it this way is to show that even if you use the PC incorrectly, you are not going to damage your paint. You would literally have to beat the car with the buffer in order to do any damage. I highly advise against novices using this combination of products because it really beats up the paint. For a seasoned individual, this can be fixed but a novice might find that cleaning up the paint after using this combo can be quite a workout.





How To for Novice to Machine Polishing - Part 1
Hey boys and girls! Finally, a video series that takes the process of paint correction from the beginning to the end (from claying to waxing). Although I do not apply any wax at the end, I cover everything else in detail. This series is 1 hour and 54 minutes long so that should give you an idea as to how much detail I go into. In this first video, I talk in detail about exactly what paint correction is. I also go into detail about the polishing technique you should use as well as the best product on the market that you should buy. I cover other topics too so just sit back and kick up your feet. This video is 15 minutes and 7 seconds long.





Porter Cable 7424XP 1-Step Polishing - Chemical Guys Microfiber Polishing V36 Cutting Polish
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Glass Cleaning and Polishing Tips - Chemical Guys Car Care Detailing Ford Mustang Panda
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$1,000,000 Ferrari Restoration Detail
This Ferrari is a good friend and customers car that was flown in the night before from the UK. It needed a bit of work to get it looking presentable again, and after a 2 day restoration... shouldn't need anything more than layers of sealant and wax for the rest of its life. (if cleaned and maintained properly in the future) This video shows you what I'm thinking about as I restore a $1 million car, and how understanding the interaction between different materials will effect the outcome of your work. The purpose of this video is not about "step by step" demonstration, but rather a glimpse of what professional detailers think about when working on extremely rare cars. Thanks for watching and send me an email if you have any questions. larry@ammonyc.com -Larry





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