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DIY - Car Care & Detailing thread

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself' started by VahanPujari, May 30, 2010.

  1. sungoa2010

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    See the demo link Euroclean Xforce - YouTube
    Directly jump to 8:18 for blower end attachments. Looks like it is OK.
    I had purchased it few days back. Not yet used the car washer attachment.
  2. Italia-Linea

    Italia-Linea Staff Member Janitor

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    Seems promising. Though the pressure seems low. Its just the spread. Whats the price of this vacuum cleaner?
  3. sungoa2010

    sungoa2010

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    I paid 8.6K. The one that shown in demo is with corner pipe(wider and narrow). If we use the smaller one that is used for keyboards and computers(supplies) we can get much more pressure.
    Last edited: Dec 26, 2012
  4. Italia-Linea

    Italia-Linea Staff Member Janitor

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    If you can try it out and show us a video review that would be of great help :steering
  5. sungoa2010

    sungoa2010

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    I need to buy an extension wire first since I stay in first floor. Will get it soon.
  6. Cinju

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    Dude just to clarify, ultimate compound is of more abrasive type right ?
  7. Italia-Linea

    Italia-Linea Staff Member Janitor

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    Not really. It does not harm the clear coat. Its the best compound available in the market and most used by detailers all over the globe.
  8. Cinju

    Cinju Esperto

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    Thanks buddy. I was referring to a chart here & what I understood was compounds are more on the aggressive side & hence this doubt.
  9. Relativity

    Relativity Superiore

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    Try to keep the Jopasu use force free, do not put any pressure on the duster.
    I just sealed my paint with DG 105 and have noticed that the "Dust Magnet" effect from the Car has reduced a lot. Sealants are the way to go. Waxes are known to attract dust. Hybrids work even better, that I've heard but I am yet to try one.

    You have no idea how helpful your post has been. I was on the verge of importing optimum products and obsessing about Duties and shipping. I don't think I need to buy anything from anywhere else anymore. ONR and OCW should do well till they get their shipment of Opti Seal and Poli Seal next.
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  10. sunswape

    sunswape Regolare

    Iam also using Jopasu and believe me Iam very much serious about the swirls. And by far its the best I have found for dusting car and keep a good check on swirls and still keeping car shiny and clean. Jopasu claims a life of a one year but in reality it starts detroiting after some 3-4 months of use. Buy new one after say 4month of use, you'll be safe. Iam doin same, got third piece since I bought the car and believe me swirls are way way less, and mind you, iam one of those detailing freaks who are happy to leave car open rather that covering it with body cover to avoid even tiny swirls/scratches :-D

    Rest you can use Cobra microfiber, they are a step up than Jopasu but demands more care and are also a lil expensive.
    But still, yours being a dark color, its better to avoid dusting as much as possible.

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    Even I was on the verge of importing some Optimum products but some help from another forum got me to ECC people, they have full range with them :)
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2012

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