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Exterior Correction with Meguiars

Hi Everybody.. I'm fairly new to PZ..but decided to post some of the threads I have created in the past on the other forums.

From 3/30/09
So I decided to give the new Meguiars M105 compound a try for the trunk area of my prelude this weekend. The Meguiars M105 compound has been receiving a lot of hype on the autopia.org forums for its extremely fast cut and its power to correct heavily swirled paint.

My trunk area was badly swirled up recently because of my stupid mistake to leave front entrance flap of my enclosed car canopy loose instead of tied up and secured. With the heavy winds recently.. the flap was rubbing back and forth over the trunk and bumper area. :sad: This resulted in the following damage:





As you can see.. I removed the spoiler so I could have full access to use the M105 compound with my PC7424.
I proceeded to do a couple of passes with the M105 and it surprisingly tackled the swirls with no problem at all.






The M105 eliminated the swirls and spider webs, but it being an ultra cut compound.. it doesnt quite leave a wax ready finish.
So I decided to do a couple of passes using some Menzera 106ff nano polish to clear up the haziness left behind from the M105.





Once that was done.. I decided to use the Clearkote pink moose glaze mixture to further add some wetness and pop to the flake of the paint. After that was done.. I layered the trunk area with 2 layers of Meguiars M26 High Tech Yellow Liquid Wax.

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Hopefully next weekend I will have some time allocated to continue with the rest of the prelude. I doubt I will need to use the M105 for the rest of the car as it is still in surprisingly good shape since last years detail. :bigsmile:

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Full exterior correction, with Meguiars M205

From 6/1/09

I last performed my first full exterior on the Prelude early last year. I believe it was a pretty successful detail; but up keeping soft Honda paint, especially Electron Blue Pearl is a pain. So I decided the paint was overdue for another correction, so this year I wanted to use the new Meguiar's M205 as my main polish.

The process was pretty simple:

-Washed the car with ONR
-Clayed with Claymagic Blue Clay
-Used Meguiars M105, orange LC pad(only on tough scratches)
-Meguiars M205 on white LC pad for the entire car
-Clearkote Pink Moose on black LC pad
-Layered with Meguiars M26 Liquid Wax


Took some better before pictures this year:














Afters:







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Re: Exterior Correction with Meguiars

Thanks for posting them mate. And nice job with that EBP, came up very well.
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Thanks for posting them mate. And nice job with that EBP, came up very well.
Thanks man. Honda paint can be a pain to upkeep.. but the end result is worth it after a nice polish.
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Re: Exterior Correction with Meguiars

still feel nice and glossy?
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Re: Exterior Correction with Meguiars

If u take 1500gritt with the DA and sand it down a lil so its not glossy what soo ever. Then take 3000grit and wet sand it, until you take out all the 1500gritt scarths. Then buff it. You wont have any orange peel :D

Orange peel is like the lil waves in the paint :D
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still feel nice and glossy?
Yes sir.. I'm up keeping it with weekly washes and a fresh coat of wax every 3 months or so. The photo in my sig was taken about 6months after polishing the paint.


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If u take 1500gritt with the DA and sand it down a lil so its not glossy what soo ever. Then take 3000grit and wet sand it, until you take out all the 1500gritt scarths. Then buff it. You wont have any orange peel :D

Orange peel is like the lil waves in the paint :D
Orange peel seems to be pretty common with some automakers. GM paint in particular is also problematic with orange peel, but wet sanding Honda paint to eliminate orange peel is very risky considering how soft and thin our factory paint is.
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Re: Exterior Correction with Meguiars

Not risky if you do it the right way. Ive done it dozens of times and never burnt though.
Yes it comes on new cars because of the way they spray the cars. The push them though like a 100 a day and robots dont have the touch that ppl do. Orange peel isnt bad but looks better with out it lol Im very picky lol
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Not risky if you do it the right way. Ive done it dozens of times and never burnt though.
Yes it comes on new cars because of the way they spray the cars. The push them though like a 100 a day and robots dont have the touch that ppl do. Orange peel isnt bad but looks better with out it lol Im very picky lol
Yup.. having no orange peel would be amazing; but I would have to invest in a paint thickness meter for my sanity.
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Re: Exterior Correction with Meguiars

Maaaaan. How can you post this in the dead of winter? This makes me want to go detail my car soooo bad. I haven't had a chance to do a full detail on my car since I've owned it, and man it needs it. Gah, I need to start getting ma chemicals togehter, the weather is startign to get closer to the 70's...Yaaay Florida!

Can I ask what soap you used? for the main wash and your general procedure you go through when doing a full detail?
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Good job man you made lazer sad.... Now go hold him in your arms lmfao
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Maaaaan. How can you post this in the dead of winter? This makes me want to go detail my car soooo bad. I haven't had a chance to do a full detail on my car since I've owned it, and man it needs it. Gah, I need to start getting ma chemicals togehter, the weather is startign to get closer to the 70's...Yaaay Florida!

Can I ask what soap you used? for the main wash and your general procedure you go through when doing a full detail?
Actually... the photos and exterior detail were from June of 09.

Sure.. to wash my car, I like to use Optimum No Rinse. Its basically a rinse less wash that is very popular among the detailing enthusiasts from detailing forums like autopia.org and autogeek.

I like to use the two bucket method...both buckets equipped with grit guards to help minimize marring. I like to use multiple grout sponges, dedicating one sponge for the upper half of the vehicle and the other for the lower half.

I mix one bucket with the ONR solution, and the other serves as a rinse bucket to free up the dirt from the sponge after washing a body panel.

The basic wash process I use is to first clean the wheels with ONR. Then.. I proceed to wash from top to bottom, from the roof and work my way down to bottom half of the prelude.

I dip a sponge into the ONR bucket and wash one body panel at a time making sure the surface is clean. Depending on how large the body panel is, I will often use multiple passes to clean the panel, making sure to flip the sponge to a clean side and continually rinse the sponge in the water bucket and re-dip the sponge into the ONR solution. I use this wash process throughout the rest of the car....working top to bottom.

I then proceed to dry the panel with a waffle weave microfiber towel, then I follow up immediately with a plush microfiber towel to dry any remaining wet streaks on the paint.

That's basically the ONR process.

Note, on really dirty panels.. I will often pre-spray the body panel with a quick detailer dilution of ONR to help loosen any dirt before continuing with the regular ONR wash process.

Here are some old before and after photos after washing with ONR.




Here is also a very helpful video from Scottwax of autopia explaining his ONR process.



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That's the original paint? If so DAMN I need to get on my lude, once she stops misfiring of course.
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That's the original paint? If so DAMN I need to get on my lude, once she stops misfiring of course.
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Yes sir, the paint is original.
Alirght lude is fixed now to make my car shine like yours!!!

What style wheels are those, can we trade?
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Alirght lude is fixed now to make my car shine like yours!!!

What style wheels are those, can we trade?
Good to hear you have your prelude running good. Should look really nice after a good wash/clay/polish/wax job. Make sure to post up some pics with her shined up. Good luck.

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If u take 1500gritt with the DA and sand it down a lil so its not glossy what soo ever. Then take 3000grit and wet sand it, until you take out all the 1500gritt scarths. Then buff it. You wont have any orange peel :D

Orange peel is like the lil waves in the paint :D
I would rather live with the orange peel than even consider using sandpaper in any form or grit on my paint.
I would not use sandpaper on my car unless I was removing rust.
You may not like orange peel but it is nothing that needs fixing.
Orange peel is not a problem, it is the normal condition of most factory painted finishes.
Most people don't look close enough to even notice them.
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Nice write up EPH, much needed to properly wash cars.
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Got around to polishing my car and waxing. I didn't use the pro products just what they sell at local stores but it did wonders!

Meg's Ultimate Compound Polish and Meg's Ultimate Liquid Wax (Pure Synthetic Polymer).

Removed almost all the scratches, deep ones are less noticeable, wax was great smoothed on even in sun (did in shade just in case);rain is supposed to come tomorrow will post how well it beads.

BTW took me 2 evenings to do even with power tools. Posting pics in the AM
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Got around to polishing my car and waxing. I didn't use the pro products just what they sell at local stores but it did wonders!

Meg's Ultimate Compound Polish and Meg's Ultimate Liquid Wax (Pure Synthetic Polymer).

Removed almost all the scratches, deep ones are less noticeable, wax was great smoothed on even in sun (did in shade just in case);rain is supposed to come tomorrow will post how well it beads.

BTW took me 2 evenings to do even with power tools. Posting pics in the AM
Very nice. Didn't realize Meguiars had an Ultimate Liquid Wax out. Good stuff.
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