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sounds very good put a NXT wax on it and use microfiber towels and you might be set
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If you want to buff your truck DONT USE A GRINDER WITH A BUFFING PAD!!! That is the #1 mistake people make. Meguires makes a buffer than CANNOT burn up the paint.
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meguires makes some good polish. when comes down to clay bars though i love to use Adam's clay bars along with their quick detail spray. i honestly can't stand meguires quick detail spray, it sucks. i have tested hundreds of dollars worth of products and for most things meguries is the way to go, but for a quick detail spray don't use theirs go with the Adam's(it works great and smells awesome)

one of these days i am going to post a list of the products that i find work the best for each item on our trucks. i have to admit that it has been an expensive process, but when going to shows you want your truck to look its best
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If you want to buff your truck DONT USE A GRINDER WITH A BUFFING PAD!!! That is the #1 mistake people make. Meguires makes a buffer than CANNOT burn up the paint.
highly true on dont use a grinder that is a stupid idea. but kinda sorta false on the you CANNOT burn threw on the meguiars one because if you leave it on a corner or edge to long you can. beleave me i have seen morons use orbital buffers do it even. buff the corner of a fender to long and you will still burn threw its happens. i havent ever thank god
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I have seen a black 'scratch filler liquid' at auto paint stores, that is specifically for filling in the minor scrathes of black paint. I cant remember the name of it. But it was as thin as ink in a quart bottle and it said all over it that it was to fill in the swirl marks on black paints. So try an auto paint store. They should know what it is called. I know it is out there. Thus the reason I never own a black car/truck...to much work!
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wow lots to know
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