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Old 09-09-2005
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Yo!

I know you use (and are a huge proponent of) F/X. You've got me talked into it. I'm going to give it a go tommorrow.

Do you have any tips/tricks/do's/don'ts since you've been using it.

I clayed and waxed last weekend.
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Yo!

I know you use (and are a huge proponent of) F/X. You've got me talked into it. I'm going to give it a go tommorrow.

Do you have any tips/tricks/do's/don'ts since you've been using it.

I clayed and waxed last weekend.

No real secrets. Since your paint is prepped, just wash and then wax. Just remember, thin coats are better. It doesn't take long for this wax to haze. Then remove it with a quality microfiber or terry towel. Very easy to use and looks great.
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Tip: Before any polish/wax application (and actually it's not a bad idea to do it before you clay), I like to go around all my trim with Back-to-Black or Protectant, where applicable. I'll even spray larger areas like plastic grilles with Protectant, since any overspray will be removed in the polish/wax process.

An application (or two) of such products allows time for the product to "soak-in" where needed (helpful on neglected trim), and most importantly it helps reduce any extra effort needed to remove "slinging" from a machine or a slip of the hand polishing applicator.
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Tip: Before any polish/wax application (and actually it's not a bad idea to do it before you clay), I like to go around all my trim with Back-to-Black or Protectant, where applicable. I'll even spray larger areas like plastic grilles with Protectant, since any overspray will be removed in the polish/wax process.

An application (or two) of such products allows time for the product to "soak-in" where needed (helpful on neglected trim), and most importantly it helps reduce any extra effort needed to remove "slinging" from a machine or a slip of the hand polishing applicator.
Jim D

Thats a good idea,going to start doing that myself.

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