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    Started Detailed Image out of home in 2004, worked hard and built it up and I love going to work each day. In my free time I'm a huge fan of most sports, play soccer, snowboard, travel, music, movies, my new koi pond, etc.
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  1. Detailed Image
    08-26-2012 10:27 PM
    I do recommend a foam gun (ie Gilmour Foamaster II Foam Gun) because as you mentioned it reduces how much contact you have with the surface. Additionally it starts to break up contaminants before you use the force/friction of your wash media. This foam gun I linked to connects to any regular garden hose with any shampoo you like. I personally love the Chemical Guys HoneyDew Snow Foam, I use about 4 - 6 ounces and put another 4 - 6 ounces of water in the reservoir and put it on setting E for a super rich lather.
  2. 07-08-2012 07:29 AM
    Is there a spray/foam gun that you would recommend? Our should I stay away from them? I just figure that the less touching the less chance I have of leaving blemishes on my paint.
  3. Detailed Image
    11-11-2011 12:33 PM
    I'm not a big fan of the wash and wax products especially if you're going to clay and polish afterwards it's just going to add more work and diminish results. For maintenance washes it may be okay but I worry about those waxes long term effect on rubber and vinyl trim. I would not spend the money on a cheap buffer, the bonnets and pads that come included are often prone to doing more harm than good. Additionally they lack the speed to really work in a polish and the main advantage of a buffer is it's ability to work in a polish. Let me know if you have any other questions and I'll be happy to help.
  4. 10-30-2011 07:08 PM
    Hey, I have been reading your thread on detailing. I was wondering your thoughts on the Armor All Wash N Wax as a product for regular washes and to use prior to clay, polish, wax... Do u know if this product is good to use after a complete detailine, ie , wont work againts other products over the paint? also was wondering if the tutle wax random orbital polisher was worth my time or if its just a piece of crap? (the 6" one; its like 30 bucks) going to be ordering a whole bunch of products off detailedimage here soon as I have the time to do a full detailing...
  5. Detailed Image
    08-14-2011 05:08 PM
    We do not have any shipping promotions going on at this time, but we do run them somewhat regularly. If you sign up for our newsletter that will help ensure you stay up to date with our latest promos.
  6. vq35dedriver
    08-13-2011 12:00 AM
    Hi, looking to purchase a bottle of 500ml p21s wheel cleaner to clean my volks but shipping is a killer. Do you guys ever have free shipping?? Im not looking to purchase anything else except that. Appreciate your time

  7. Detailed Image
    06-03-2011 03:20 PM
    Overspray is commonly removed with a Clay Magic Medium Grade Clay Bar on the paint, glass, headlights, etc.
  8. 05-28-2011 11:21 AM
    Today I noticed has my G has overspray on it. GRRRRRRR!!! I cleaned the windows fine but what products would you recommend on the removal of the overspray. The color of the car is Desert Platinum. Thanks so much.
  9. Detailed Image
    04-03-2011 02:52 PM
    No problem I'll hop on that post now.
  10. 03-29-2011 10:15 PM
    hey there, i need some help and hoping you could help me out. A friend used a buffer on my car and this is what happened
    thats my forum post. I don't know what that stuff is or if i'd be able to get it out.. Im starting to think i'll need to pain my whole front end and maybe get a new headlamp just just because of this buffer which flung a lot of that crap everywhere.

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