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The first picture is from yesterday. As you can see, my car is very clean. When you keep it like this, you do not think it can look better. WRONG, check out the before and after picture with the garage door reflection in the hood.

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WOW! That's some Impressive stuff! :thumbsup:

Do apply it by hand or using a machine?

Beautiful Challenger that you've got too!
 

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Very nice! Is it still topped with Evershine?

A "Correction Glaze" seems to be a contradiction in terms; don't glazes typically fill any remaining defects?

Is this product new to 3D? I can't seem to find it on their website.
 

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I use a 6" foam pad on a Black and Decker WP 900. 30 bucks on Amazon. I used it for the HD Speed and HD Poxy, waited a day and topped by hand with Evershine. I bought the HD Speed off of Autogeek.
 

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I use a 6" foam pad on a Black and Decker WP 900. 30 bucks on Amazon. I used it for the HD Speed and HD Poxy, waited a day and topped by hand with Evershine. I bought the HD Speed off of Autogeek.
Thank You! :cheers:
 

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Very nice! Is it still topped with Evershine?

A "Correction Glaze" seems to be a contradiction in terms; don't glazes typically fill any remaining defects?

Is this product new to 3D? I can't seem to find it on their website.
Here you go- 3D HD Speed
 

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That Looks Amazing, Excellent work
 
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