Auto Detailing -How To Wax & Buff Your Car – Bethesda MD – Final Touch TV

www.finaltouchdetailing.biz Final Touch Tv is a free show offered by Final Touch Detailing Service, to educate customers on how to clean their cars and trucks.Car detailing, luxury auto, chevy chase, mobile detailing, Potomac, MD. DC, VA This Episode is Waxing and Buffing your car. Final Touch Detailing service is in MD, DC, VA and also has mobile detailing available. visit http auto detailing tips the show is produced by LAR Consulting & Design

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22 Reacties op Auto Detailing -How To Wax & Buff Your Car – Bethesda MD – Final Touch TV

  1. alianobalderas schreef:

    cheers man youre videos are pretty detailed and a good training tool for detailers i live in ireland and im going to have the guys at my shop watch youre videos to improve the? standard of work keep em coming

  2. icelarry28 schreef:

    you dont know? what u r talking about…i run a detailing business and u suck ass..lol

  3. fernanwill schreef:

    I stand behind my work,you probably do not ,and? sorry is a understatement for you.I know this business inside /out i’m sure if i were close to you it wouldn’t be a problem taking your customers

  4. jg870 schreef:

    Watch the video response. This? detail shop is amazing. Look at his homepage for more cars

  5. politowic schreef:

    Nice vid. I invite you to check out my videos as well for some awesome? ideas that make auto detailing fast, clean, and easy.

    politowic

  6. josuereyna45 schreef:

    i’m going to tell you something, I have 22 years working in the carwash? business and belive me I don’t think that you know anything about it because you dont even know what are you doing and I stand behind my work

  7. Finaltouchdetailing schreef:

    this why you are still at the carwash and not adetail shop?

  8. S2500Dog schreef:

    how about you go and beat off your dick like it? owes you money !

  9. 21mejia25 schreef:

    good video? it seems like you created? more scratches than removing them. i suggest not to use this video as a training video

  10. mrjonnynapalm schreef:

    interesting video. i’ve been detailing for 8 years & i buff pretty much the same way as you. i much prefer using applicator pads than a rag to apply? compound/polish though

  11. richiez7 schreef:

    FYI wool pads will be obsolete in a? few years, everyone is going to 6″ foam pads, all of the new 3m perfect it III line pads are 6″ foam, menzerna uses 6″ foam and lake country same story.

  12. jamesjdm schreef:

    ok this guy obviously is very old school. the bottom line is that a DA polisher with M105/205 WILL give you just as good as result as a rotary buffer most of the time. the DA is not suitable for removing sand grit but it works fine for swirl removal. using a rotary buffer is faster but a foam cutting pad is safer bottom line.?

  13. mympsick schreef:

    hey, im not a detailed but i? like too make my cars look new, what are some good over the counter polishes and waxes too buy, and my buffer came with this terry cloth pad and i dont see you useing it is it bad for the paint?

  14. Finaltouchdetailing schreef:

    i use pinnacle wax,you have to get it on -line it’s a very soft wax easy to use a little expensive but well worth the money.You have a orbital buffer they are good for polishing not like a high? speed buffer,it should work for you.thanks

  15. Finaltouchdetailing schreef:

    wool pads will never be obsolete foam pads do not remove heavy scratches,maybe you? have not been detailing to long anyone that is a true detailer will tell you the same when you polish a car when it rains the polish is gone lite scratches return foam pads are only polishing pads they hide swirls for a short period of time.

  16. PDHTX schreef:

    Ive got to tell yah. I am a professional detailer and i disagree with a few things you said in this video. Orbital buffers belong in a body shop not a detail shop. I use LCC pads and they have always had proven results? every time. And yes i do multiple stage buffing along with most educated detailers.

  17. Camrodsclears schreef:

    Nice job Finaltouchdetailing…Im a medicine student…I currently pay medschool because I owened a body shop…After I clearcoat the client cars I take the car to the colorsanding stage…and buff as well…in this process I find that the most opaque and even dullnes on your new clearcoat? job you get the better the results on getting maximum shine as well as super smooth areas without having to use expensive compounds like the diamond from Meguiars, or the Glaze polish

  18. Camrodsclears schreef:

    Nice job Finaltouchdetailing…Im a medicine student…I currently pay medschool because I owened a body shop…After I clearcoat the client cars I take the car to the colorsanding stage…and buff as well…in this process I find? that the most opaque and even dullnes on your new clearcoat job you get the better the results on getting maximum shine as well as super smooth areas without having to use expensive compounds, polish or waxes..

  19. only1kenyette schreef:

    Thx for the detailed? step by step info. I saved $250.00 by detailing my Audi A6 personally.

  20. wheelerwood schreef:

    Your technique is crap.?

  21. bgarcia856 schreef:

    I think you took money out these other so called detailers hands by exposing their 3 stage lies. That’s why you’re getting the negative comments. Around my area all the shops are opened by high school drop outs. They do the same thing I do at home and I am not experienced at all. Wash, dry, orbital wax, vacuum,? upholstery cleaner, armorall. And I bet that’s what these guys commenting do. If you have the nerve to comment on this man’s video saying he’s doing it wrong then add a link 2 ur video

  22. qualitycardetailing schreef:

    My passion around is cars. I especially like brand-new cars produced for speed although I’m? a model citizen without any speeding tickets.

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