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  • #16
    Originally posted by Ryan101 View Post
    Great work Pat! 4 coats of ocp wow
    Thank you. We are at the moment quite sold on OCP Pro+. A good looking product
    Originally posted by jbomb View Post
    Excellent work Pat!!! Keep it up
    Will do mate! Only up from here (hopefully)

    Originally posted by Senator215 View Post
    looks awesome Pat love the R36. Must have been serious to use the Car Pro Flash Pad.
    We LOVE this R36. VW paints are almost the death of me. Sometimes the paint is very hard, which calls for the flash pad.

    However other times for a reason I cant put my head around a rotary combo of HD Adapt + Scholl White Cutting pad will deliver better cutting results. This was not the case in this writeup.


    Originally posted by gammachan View Post
    Nice work Pat looking good!!!
    Thank you.

    Originally posted by kaanage View Post
    Great seeing your work, Pat. I really love the fluid look in that post shot with the front guard and bonnet.


    VW paint so it doesn't have to be that serious to get out these guys out
    Thanks Greg, We went overtime on this vehicle due to the hard paint. Almost took double the time we predicted

    Originally posted by John MKIV View Post
    Beautiful Pat! If only I could convince the misses agree to an R36 wagon..
    I LOVE THE WAGON. Such a shame it was discontinued.

    Originally posted by KNGPN View Post
    Nice work mate...looking good!
    Thanks man!

    Originally posted by BryceyBoy View Post
    My eyes my eyes! That is looking so so moist.
    And yes.. Shame you couldn't buff it into a Wagon.
    Thanks BryceyBoy

    Originally posted by Caffeine_Fiend View Post
    Beautiful work lads. I've always quite liked the R36s.
    Thanks Dan

    Originally posted by mobil_hrt01 View Post
    Looks awesome, and great before and after shots to show the difference.
    Thank you for the appreciation and feedback

    Originally posted by gr346 View Post
    What a stunning result!!

    Some great pics in there
    JJ is quite handy with the Camera. I'm catching up to him. Slowly hahaha.

    Originally posted by SMOKEY View Post
    FOUR coats, wowsers.

    Looks like liquid steel in the after shots though. Great job. Had to go past the R36 blue though....
    Tell me about it! I could not believe the result myself!

    Originally posted by Vivant511 View Post
    Pat, you and the boys have stepped up again...nicely done mate!
    Thanks Anth, we are shedding blood sweat n tears - so far it looks like it always will be worth it each step of the way!

    Originally posted by sprocketser View Post
    Top job mate , what did you used for the wheel arches !
    Thanks sprocketser, we coated the arches with Cquartz DLUX. Normally we would have gone with with Chemical Guys Barebones or equivalent, however this vehicle was the first tester to see how durable the CQuartz coating would be locking in the rejuvenated plastics.

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    • #17
      Thanx for the comeback mate , will have to give it a try as I have a bottle in stock .
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Pat_Affinesse View Post




        50/50 Progress on chemically stained trim



        -Pat
        Not sure if your still around pat.

        What di you use for the chemical stains on the chrome trim? I have the same car and experience the same issue.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ZR36 View Post
          Not sure if your still around pat.

          What di you use for the chemical stains on the chrome trim? I have the same car and experience the same issue.
          Hand polishing works well.
          Kamikaze Silica Scale remover may work too.
          Do you have any?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Trewarin View Post
            Hand polishing works well.
            Kamikaze Silica Scale remover may work too.
            Do you have any?
            Hand polishing doesn't do anything. Tried a variety of products. Mothers chrome polish.
            A variety of Meguiars polishs
            Bowen's metal polish
            Glass eraser
            Nothing seems to work

            When you look at it close up the stains appear to be under the surface.

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            • #21
              If your from the Vic area take it past his place and get it fixed?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by ZR36 View Post
                Hand polishing doesn't do anything. Tried a variety of products. Mothers chrome polish.
                A variety of Meguiars polishs
                Bowen's metal polish
                Glass eraser
                Nothing seems to work

                When you look at it close up the stains appear to be under the surface.
                may need wetsanding. Aussie Tim has had success with this
                The thing that you do, after your day job, in your free time, early in the morning or late at night. The thing you read about, write about, think about, fantasize about. that thing you do alone and theres no one to impress, nothing to prove, no money to be made, simply a passion to pursue. Thats it, thats your thing, thats your heart , your guide, Thats the thing you must, must do.

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                • #23
                  Not on my car he hasn't XD

                  Although that's not what we were working. Im sure he has something up his sleeve though.

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                  • #24
                    Great job Pat any rotary action required?

                    Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
                    Yeah I'm a Volvo driver.

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                    • #25
                      looks great... love the R36s.

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