eugene -eugeneDC/TX said:i havent yet, but am about to... i'm just waiting for when i have a block of time. i want to AIO 2x, then SG 4x, then top with p21s.
i have heard though (and seen some pics awhile back) that p21s over klasse is AWESOME
eugeneDC/TX -eugeneDC/TX said:no, AIO actually has a little protection in it. i did my mother's lincoln towncar with the full klasse treatment, and i have to say, SG was a breeze to apply. i was wary going in hearing some horror stories, but it was pretty easy. if you have the SG, i say give it a shot, it's not as bad as it sounds.
Eugene-eugeneDC/TX said:yeah i got taht email. i'm kicking myself as there are things i want but no extra cash these days. i really fetl SG wasnt as bad as the worst horror stories. i will say extremely light coats. cannot stress that enough. and damp (water or QD) app pad. i did the AIO with my PC, worked out well enough. but i used a lot of product. next time i'll try by hand.
Eugene -eugeneDC/TX said:definately clay that car. there are lots i would do, mostly steps that arent necessary, but that's how i am. good luck with restoration.
Eugene-eugeneDC/TX said:okay, i'm no expert, but if the finish was untouched for a long period, i'd think that any abrasives would really need to be worked in to the finish, ala PC. although i cant really say one way or the other, i'd def say be satisfied with the finish before any klasse application. the PC can be had for 109 and tax from lowes. and the pad kit from cma (autopia's owners) is only 60 (plus that 15% discount).