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Lambchop Vs Lamchop
18-12-2011, 05:52 PM (This post was last modified: 19-12-2011 11:49 AM by Lambchop.)
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Lambchop Vs Lamchop
Hi All

So being a awesome day and a public holiday to make it even better
I decided i was going to wash my car and give the CG Black light a go

Needless to say it didnt just end with a wash and product application

I foamed the car down using my trusty foam lance and removed the lSP etc etc

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I then felt the bonnet and it was pretty grubby to say the least
so I ended up claying the car down
washed and dried the car again and used the "light of truth" on the new girl

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I sent these cruddy Blackberry pics off to Stax ( BIIIG Mistake )
he sends me a message back - " Why is that paint hazy?"
Now i know it wasnt great myself - The car has never been polished and i like it that way, On the other hand i was itching to give the paint some tlc to get the gloss back

so out came the Festool on a yellow 3m Pad and Menz FA
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Took me about 1hr to give the car a once over
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My choice of LSP was the new CG Black light
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Some after shots
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Iv added my comments about CG Blacklight on the Black light thread
http://www.waxon.co.za/showthread.php?tid=1733

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18-12-2011, 06:01 PM
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RE: Lambchop Vs Lamchop
Come!!....We know you like making "BIIG Mistakes" now and then. Gives you something to do... Rofl

Looks really nice. Was worth the agonising wait for you to post pics.Bluebiggrin

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19-12-2011, 11:50 AM
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RE: Lambchop Vs Lamchop
(18-12-2011 06:01 PM)STaX Wrote:  Come!!....We know you like making "BIIG Mistakes" now and then. Gives you something to do... Rofl

Looks really nice. Was worth the agonising wait for you to post pics.Bluebiggrin

and my car is still dustless Bluebiggrin

and looks sooo warm and glossy

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19-12-2011, 12:33 PM
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RE: Lambchop Vs Lamchop
Paintwork in great condition... (Not touched by Lyndhurst Auto) Bluebiggrin

I wonder what finish you would have achieved should you have gone BlackLight + Polishing Pad from the get go? (skipping the FA)

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19-12-2011, 12:56 PM
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RE: Lambchop Vs Lamchop
Nice work Nic.
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19-12-2011, 01:23 PM
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RE: Lambchop Vs Lamchop
(19-12-2011 12:33 PM)onyx Wrote:  Paintwork in great condition... (Not touched by Lyndhurst Auto) Bluebiggrin

I wonder what finish you would have achieved should you have gone BlackLight + Polishing Pad from the get go? (skipping the FA)


and why would i do that ?
BL has no abrasives in it - so that wouldnt have made much differece

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