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      10-03-2011, 10:59 AM   #6
JonnyM3
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No need to be sorry, as I do completely understand why and how detailing takes so long. I worked on a WRX 2 weeks ago that took me 9 hours, but that was with polishing (2 step, SIP followed by Powerfinish, cleaned exhaust tips, sonax on the wheels, treated rubber, IPA whipe down, 1 coat SV Insignis, etc). You're better off laying the SV down with an applicator, there are no benefits to "melting it" in your palms. As stated prior, amazing work and even better you have the clientel to pay your for those hours, still amazed how long it took. I suppose that says something about your attention to detail.
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