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Like the title said, I just got a used 07 nnbs crew and need to do some correction, no major scratches just swirls. Plus I need everything else to maintain this truck. I found a package from adams http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-338-adams-complete-dual-action-car-polisher-kit.aspx that looks like it would be all I need for the correction part.

I also need opinions on basic every week products to use and where to get them. Im very very new to actually detailing a black truck to keep it in great condition. So any and all help would be great from start to finishing products.
 

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look at glimmerglassdetailing they have a better kit and it is cheaper!!! See chris's post about 4th July sale.
 

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maybe. I would pm chris and see what he thinks. He is very upfront with what is good and bad.
 

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So http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/poudmpawfrit.html would be a better deal then the adams product with the same pc?
Thats our most popular pc package that we sell. And it comes in 100.00 less than the adams kit too. The one difference I see is that the adams kit has an APC and quick detailer included, but if you really wanted those items, you could add them in and it'll still come in significantly less than what they're asking. Plus, ours has free shipping too :)

fwiw, if you want a quick detailer and APC, heres two links:

http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/spray--gloss.html

http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/oppocl.html
 

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Also what is a weekly routine and products to use after I get the swirls out. Im very new to this like I said so forgive me.
 

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Thats our most popular pc package that we sell. And it comes in 100.00 less than the adams kit too. The one difference I see is that the adams kit has an APC and quick detailer included, but if you really wanted those items, you could add them in and it'll still come in significantly less than what they're asking. Plus, ours has free shipping too :)

fwiw, if you want a quick detailer and APC, heres two links:

http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/spray--gloss.html

http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/oppocl.html

I just sent a PM to you with a couple of questions. Thanks
 

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I know you were interested in Migliore, Chris sells it.

I'm sure he can put you together a package with Migliore if you're interested.
 

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Also what is a weekly routine and products to use after I get the swirls out. Im very new to this like I said so forgive me.
I just sent a PM to you with a couple of questions. Thanks
Thats cool man, no problem. We'll walk you through everything :) I just replied to your pm too btw. Anyway, for routine maintenance on a weekly basis, heres a pretty basic setup that would take care of what you need. http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/carwashkit.html

You could also grab a quick detailer like Spray n Gloss and give that a wipedown after your routine washes. I'd recommend a McIntosh Towel or Elite Towel for this (and wax removal too).

Then just rewax every 6 or 7 weeks and you should be good to go :)
 

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Just want to see if I have everything I need

Starter package.

1x 32oz Optimum Car Wash

1x Sheepskin wash Mitt

1x Grit Guard

1x Poorboys Elastic Clay Bar & Container

1x Porter Cable 7424xp Polisher

1x 32oz Optimum Polish

1x 5.5" Lake Country Mfg White Polishing Pad

1x 5.5" Lake Country Mfg Black Finishing Pad ***INCLUDED FREE***

1x 16oz Clearkote Carnauba Moose Wax (change to migliore original)

4x 16x16 Elite Microfiber Towels

Add an orange pad

Add quick detail spray

Add bug and tar spray

Wax applicator? what is everyone using? anything else I have forgot?
 

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So in everyone's general opinion, is the Poorboys SSR line better than the Adams? I know "better" is a very vague word when it comes to this stuff, so I guess Im just trying to figure out which brand everyone prefers. (please excuse the thread jack)
 

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The SSR line up works great for me. Some people prefer diffrent things. I like the SSR's and they work great.
i used them today for the first time on one panel and HOLY CRAP, AMAZING, although i have nothing to compare them to.
 
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