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Old 05-12-2011, 01:20 AM   #11
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Russ your photo clarity are lot sharper and clearer than the other showroom threads, look very realistic, have you got new camera, or is your work get better on the detailing scale.

Top work as usual Russ, butthis one has the edge factor, the paint on the vrs is dripping wet; just a question how are finding this new wax Russ, than the rest on the market... is this a hybrid version, due to the gloss levels from 1 to 10, is bang on the money at 10 mark easily for the gloss factor.

Flawless work there Russ, this one has blown me
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Old 05-12-2011, 01:23 AM   #12
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Nice flake pop after correction, and a nice glossy mirror finish with desire. Might have to get some myself
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Russ your photo clarity are lot sharper and clearer than the other showroom threads, look very realistic, have you got new camera, or is your work get better on the detailing scale.

Top work as usual Russ, butthis one has the edge factor, the paint on the vrs is dripping wet; just a question how are finding this new wax Russ, than the rest on the market... is this a hybrid version, due to the gloss levels from 1 to 10, is bang on the money at 10 mark easily for the gloss factor.

Flawless work there Russ, this one has blown me
Thanks Trip Same camera I've been using for a while.

The wax has impressed me incredibly, I just hope James decides to release it, as it's clearly something very special. I'll try and get some on the Golf ASAP and post up thoughts on sheeting and beading. It's a pleasure to use, thats for sure!

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this reflection on this glass is amazing
what did you use matey >?
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It's just Auto Finesse Crystal mate
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Thanks Trip Same camera I've been using for a while.

The wax has impressed me incredibly, I just hope James decides to release it, as it's clearly something very special. I'll try and get some on the Golf ASAP and post up thoughts on sheeting and beading. It's a pleasure to use, thats for sure!

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Cheers Russ, well one thing i can spot easily by a mile, your work is improving by a major level and scale, good on you.

This wax is pretty closed wax on the market at present on marketing and buying wise, i;m sure they will release it eventually, but i have funny feeling in my heart this is a hybrid wax, i might be wrong, but i am getting a feeling it might be....
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Cheers Russ, well one thing i can spot easily by a mile, your work is improving by a major level and scale, good on you.

This wax is pretty closed wax on the market at present on marketing and buying wise, i;m sure they will release it eventually, but i have funny feeling in my heart this is a hybrid wax, i might be wrong, but i am getting a feeling it might be....
Yeah, I'd say it's definitely a hybrid tbh, it's certainly loaded with something special, the way it started to bead water on the Golf R yesterday.

Thank you - I am trying very hard to 'up my game' so I'm glad that this is coming across in my work. Appreciate the kind words as always.

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Yeah Russ, my eye clocked it straight away on the white golf r detail you had done, there's certainly some gloss enhancers in this, i did think for some time its a hybrid wax 100%.

I asumme the beading would be very tightly compact, and the surface after the wax very slick to the touch.
You see i was not even there, but my trained eye spotted it, just shows who i am lol

No problems, i know you are pushing yourself hard on this one, good luck on the new adventure, you have no problems succeeding on this level, your work speaks volumes.....
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Great work Russ glad all went well in the end want to try that desire myself
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