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Megauirs Deep Crystal paint system(high quaility picture evidence)

So on a recent wheeling trip i pick up some unwanted custom pin stripping from trees who weren't satisfy with just looking at my truck,and had to touch it. This is what i did to the paint.
1. washed it
2. applied Megauirs Deep Crystal paint cleaner
3. applied Meg's DC polish
4. waxed with Meg's NXT Generation
The results.

Before~ door panels
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After~door panels *flash was used in the pic.
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After~ same door panel *no flash
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Before~ close up of individual scratches
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I'll let the pix do the bragging.
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damn!!!
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yea i say damn too got scratches on my bed from people rubbing against my truck blahh!! any more pictures to prove more evidence before id buy ?
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wow... i have always loved the color of your truck. that wax worked great!
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I'll only be satisfied when you come over here and do mine











Just razzin ya man, the difference is uncanny
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holy ****ing ****.. that **** works then? I might have to try it asap..
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Do you have any pics after you washed it, but before you waxed it and stuff?
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Do you have any pics after you washed it, but before you waxed it and stuff?
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yep that stuff is great... 30 year old paint

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works best on a polisher with a foam pad
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I may have to treat mine right sometime.. have some nasty dinks here and there that needs some TLC along with some matching paint pens
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That looks great I tried some zymol wax the other day and it was **** so I will go and get some of this stuff and take a day to do work
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damn, that is NICE! Thanks for posting this up, ive got a ton of scratches that im trying to get out.
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That looks really good, want to come do mine lol
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Awsome
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wow... i have always loved the color of your truck. that wax worked great!
Thanks it is my favorite color too.

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if the scratch isn't into the paint this stuff will get it out. Some of those scratch i could even feel with my thumbnail and they just dissapeared. I would bet this work wonders with a electirc buffer.I just did it all by hand.

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Thanks it is my favorite color too.

As far as any pics after wash/before wax none beyond this one.


if the scratch isn't into the paint this stuff will get it out. Some of those scratch i could even feel with my thumbnail and they just dissapeared. I would bet this work wonders with a electirc buffer.I just did it all by hand.
Also you can use some scratch X or slight rubbing compound to get them out. I really like Megauirs, 3M and Mother's products.
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Dang man. That is some awesome stuff then. I am gonna have to give this a try.
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wow, impressed i must say
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do you hand apply everything?...fack that takes forever!
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yeah it's all hand applied i think. you must really like your truck to spend that time!!!lol. but i guess if mine looked as bad as his did i would spend some time on it also.
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Wow, that stuff works great. I might have to invest in some.

Thanks.
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yeah i need to clay mine, i keep putting it off, but when I have an extra day off of school, bam its going to get done.
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i might get that for my car
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[QUOTE=Blackhawk;1031683]So on a recent wheeling trip i pick up some unwanted custom pin stripping from trees who weren't satisfy with just looking at my truck,and had to touch it. This is what i did to the paint.
1. washed it
2. applied Megauirs Deep Crystal paint cleaner
3. applied Meg's DC polish
4. waxed with Meg's NXT Generation
The results.

How Long did it take you? Total cost? Did you do it all by hand or orbital? Looks great. I am going to do it to mine.
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