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    Registered User kruat's Avatar
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    My Rs, fresh off a detail

    Did a three stage paint correction, followed by ceramic coating. I used menzerna 400, 1500, and 4000. Turned out pretty well.




    -Mike-
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    Looking good
    2003 White RS6 2013 Midnight Blue S5
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    Looks fantastic. Thanks for the inspiration to add to my to-do list for tomorrow: 1. Clean the RS6

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    Man oh Man, how I miss my BEAST
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    Looks even better than new from factory. Great work in keeping nice.

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    Looking great!~
    Current: Black Pearl Metallic Effect/Ebony, RNS-E, Euro + pedals, oCarbon, Hotchkiss Front & Rear Sway Bars, Koni Yellow's

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    I am about to do the same to mine. Wifey wants me to sell the car, but I just can't part with it for what I might get. This was inspiring!
    First RS6 totaled at 142K. Now donor for S6 Avant project. Daily driver: Sepang Blue 2016 S6. Black optics, sport package. #2 Black on Black, Level 10 and Koni, Eclipse Nav + Sirius, 034 Motorsports ECU and TCU tune.

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    Wow Mike

    You took it all the way to the 4000. Nice

    The 400 is my go to 100 percent of the time. That polish is fantastic and works down nicely with a long finish time.

    Throw some ez ceramic like Optimum gloss works and seal everything in.

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