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QX70 09+ My 03 FX35 Klasse Edition

Discussion in 'QX70 Interior' started by mtbfx, Jun 27, 2007.

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    here's my 03 fx with 4 layers of klasse glaze after finally figuring out an easy way to remove it - let it sit overnight. i am almost out of klasse all in one after about 5 years and barely used the glaze. the whole thing was done in a few days, applying a layer one day, letting it sit, and removing and reapplying the next day.

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    the axis wheels (thanks again viet) has 3 layers of glaze. i owe them a layer. ill try to have outdoor pics if i can.
     

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    Good work, especially on a black car.
     
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    Wow, that's shiny. :eek:
     
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    Man it's like a mirror!
     
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    thanks. here's an outdoor pic using my phonecam. taken earlier while i was around lax.

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    Paint looks really really good. Gotta get you out to one of the meets.
     
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    it does have some scratches from the early years and from the dealer. i am getting closer to investing on an orbital polisher so my hands and arms can have a little rest :).

    i am up for a local meet with you all. i actually met psiclne, babaluwee, rookie, and others from the other site (hooters covina 2005, cal speedway early this year).
     
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    Hmmm, y'all are so much better at detailing than me... I think I'm just gonna have to take mine to a detailer to do the tough work :(
     
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    Speaking of detailing, frank... bring yours over next time you're in town w/the fx. I did the detailing for kurt, but that guy can't seem to keep his car clean, hehehe! he cracks me up. :LOL:
     
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    hi bro, are you from usc too?:wub: coz your plate frame...
     

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    nice work man. i think the next stuff im going to try is the klasse AIO and the klasse sealant. ive heard only good things about those products. your fx is lookin sharp!
     
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    thanks again.

    hey sckent! go trojan! batch 98 here, 1 of 6 math graduates.

    klasse is the best stuff i have tried. my exterior except tires is all aio and glaze. my quick detailer is a cap of klasse aio and water in a spray bottle :).
     
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    here's some old shiny pics. klasse aio, mothers quick detailing spray, garage, and lots of sunshine :LOL:.

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    Klasse VLR

    i recently tried klasse's vlr (vinyl leather rubber) cleaner and protectant. the liquid is very thin and applied easily with a mf applicator. gloss/shine and slippage less than 303 aerospace protectant (another good product), and much less than megs similar product. no oily look either. $11 for an 8.5oz bottle. try it if you are looking for a low gloss, silicone free cleaner and protectant.
     
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    This is what I can't stand about 303... My only experience with slippage... ah hem... save the jokes please :err:... was coating my entire back area cargo mat thing with 303 and then having anything and everything I put in the back slide around like it was ice skating. Even the most minute turn would send whatever's back there to the opposite wheel well.
     
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    Slippage huh! lmao... I couldn't hold back. I keep hearing about klasse and Zaino but where are these products sold b/c I never see them any where....
     
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    cube, maybe use less or try another applicator. i went through different applicators and end up using the one wrapped in microfiber. it absorbs more and applies thinner and very even.

    dee, i get mine from klassedirect.com. their microfiber products are high quality too. the towel and applicators i am using from them are almost 5 years old and still works well. i heard you can get klasse at porsche or bmw dealer at luxury prices.
     
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    Thx, I want to give it a try, I use Macguires or mothers. I want to give something else a try and see how it compare to what I'm using.
     
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    For Zaino you need to get it from the website or find a person that sells it.....
     
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    here's a minor update on my 4 year old fx: headlamp and reverse lamp steel/light tint from sticker city.

    medium light and kind of purple at daytime:
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    darker at night time:
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    i did the reverse lamp section only. barely noticeable:
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    here's my current favorite shot:
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