For Sale Keeping your plane clean

Discussion in 'The Classifieds' started by rwellner98, May 8, 2019.

  1. rwellner98

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    You guys need to come out with a ceramic coating
     
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    What’s wrong with automotive ceramic coating on a plane?
     
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    Nothing, but I'd rather support Rich and Chris
     
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    I think there may be car detailers doing ceramic coating applications,very expensive.
     
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    The paint correction part is the expensive part. I would do it myself.
     
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    Thanks so much for the kind words!

    You are going to like us even more soon-ish. :)
     
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    Took you up on it plus a polishing pad.
     
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    Mtns2Skies Super Moderator Management Council Member PoA Supporter

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    Super weird question... why does wingwipe turn from cloudy to transparent after it has been frozen?
     
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    Freezing breaks down the dyes used in detail sprays. Happens to all of them
     
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    Thanks! Good to see you back!
     
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    Yes, this.

    There are very few household chemicals (cleaning products, paints, glues, etc) that can tolerate freezing.
     
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    I use the Buddha belly. Good stuff!
     
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    Glad to hear it, thanks. I'm doing to be using it on my ride this weekend also. :)
     
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    Remember, this ends Wednesday.
     
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    Not a paid endorser:

    The Plane Polish is good stuff. I've tried everything on my plane and this stuff is the easiest to use. The best part is the ease of removing the film after you're finished. I'll buy this again.
     
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