Product Review: HD TOTAL

Here are great HD TOTAL reviews that go into extreme depth about not just HD TOTAL, but a great way to clean your vehicle’s interior. Each link will take you right to the tread where you can see and review other detailer’s responses to this product and process. “> Ferrari 355:  http://www.autopia.org/forum/detailing-made-simple/123175-how-clean-protect-interior-dirty-ferrari-w-high-definition-products.html Aston Martin DB4: ...

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HD TOTAL Re-Released for 2013

HD TOTAL with Super Cleaning Polymers: All in One Product for all your cleaning chores! Safe / Powerful / Effective HD TOTAL is an extremely versatile, yet effective ALL PURPOSE CLEANER that can be safely used on virtually any automotive surface. Special European Super Cleaning Polymers alloy HD TOTAL to be diluted to the desired level to cater not only to the extreme cleaning power needed of a greasy engine compartment, but also to the most gentlest manner for delicate leather surfaces. Use HD TOTAL on paint, wheels, tires, rubber, vinyl, glass, coated leather and all fabric surfaces. Allow the special cleaning power of HD TOTAL to quickly breakdown and remove dirt away from the surface while not leaving any troublesome residue other cleaners are prone to doing. What is even more revolutional about this powerful cleaner is that it’s 100% biodegradable and eco-friendly. HD TOTAL will not irritate your skin or cause any respiratory distress either. Contains no caustics alkaline components meaning no caulky or white residue after use. Simply spray and wipe for most general cleaning chores. Use straight when heavy cleaning powers are needed for extreme grease or dirt buildup or dilute appropriately (up to 10 to 1) to the desired level to gently clean delicate surfaces. Directions for use: Shake well before use. Follow approximate Water to HD TOTAL dilution range recommendations as follows: **Heavy Cleaning (engines/wheels): Full Strength 3 parts water to 1 part HD TOTAL **General Cleaning (interior vinyl/ plastic/fabric/bugs): from 4 parts water to 1 part HD TOTAL 6 to 1 ratio **Delicate Cleaning (leather): Dilute 6 parts water to 1 part HD TOTAL 10 to 1 ratio On heavier tasks such as wheels, tires & engine compartments, allow HD TOTAL to dwell for 1-2 minutes, lightly agitate with your choice of brush, towel or sponge and easily rinse clean. Test color fastness on an inconspicuous area prior to use. Do not use on Aniline leather or suede. Avoid spraying product directly onto delicate surfaces. Spray onto towel or cleaning instrument then...

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3D Miami Store Opening Party!!!

I am happy to announce that 3D will be having a HUGE grand opening celebration in beautiful (and very warm) Miami, Florida Saturday, January 12th, 2013 at their latest & greatest state of the art store. EVERYONE IS INVITED!! Lots of free prizes, food & refreshments to all that can attend. This is an event you will not want to miss. With special guests David Fermani & Barry Theal from Autopia.org as well as many other Florida Detailers. There will be product demonstrations, give aways and tons of great fun. (This is the weekend before Mobile Tech Expo in Clearwater, FL) Below are some of the highlights of the event: **Car Show with $200 / $100 / $50 store credit (s) awarded to the person with the least amount of swirls in their car’s paint. **Cars from the Dezer Collection http://www.dezercollection.com/ will be on display and used for demonstration purposes. **Free food & refreshments ” alt=”” /> 3333 Northwest 167th St. Miami Gardens, Florida 33056 just off of HWY 826 Located conveniently near Northern Tool Supply and 4 Wheel...

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HD CUT Review by Perfections Detail

This review of the new HD CUT was posted on Autopia.org by a popular internet detailer named John Parker of Perfections Detailing in Buna, TX. www.perfectionsdetail.com Many might be familiar with John by the screen name Perfections he uses on various detailing forums. He asked to try a sample of the latest polishing compound and here is what he had to say: First I’d like to thank Tunch and 3D for allowing us to test out a new product and give our honest feedback. That speaks volumes for your commitment for excellence along with believing in the products you’re producing. That being said, onto the review! We were given some guidelines for the review asking to give our thoughts on certain aspects of the product. They are as follows. Cut: Greater then Meg’s 105 but seemed less then 101. Ease of use: Once I got my process dialed in it was easy to work with. Dusting: Even with brand new pads there was still minimal dusting. But it wasn’t snowing like some compounds lol Working time: Following the directions after priming the pad I felt the 3-4 pea size drops didn’t provide adequate working time or product coverage for a 2×2 sq. Added one more drop for a total of 5 using 6.5″ pad worked great! Maybe with a 5~” pad the 3-4 would work better? I’ll have to test on another car. Working time on the pc and flex were about equal. Using mf pads it decreased working time and didn’t finish as well. Still decent but not on par with foam. Removal from surface: Removal, as long as you polished to the end of the buffing cycle was easy to remove, both with a dry towel and wet. If you didn’t polish long enough it had problems coming off with ease. Finish after use: I know this is a heavy compound and I’ll probably be flamed for saying this, but it’s the truth. I was truly shocked, using the same process, same brand new lc hydrotech cyan’s it finished better then Meg’s 105. I truly could’ve one stepped this truck if I would’ve had enough brand new pads. The reason I say brand new is I couldn’t reproduce the results after about a panel, maybe a panel and a half. I cleaned the crap outta the pads with a brush after each 2×2 section but after about a panel I’d start to get micro marring. Needless to say a clean pad can produce amazing results, but it’s very difficult to keep it going with the same pad. Flexibility with machines: HD Cut rocked the house with both my flex 3401 and pc Price: It’s priced right for...

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High Definition Car Care Detailing Studio – Troy, MI

David Fermani of HD Car Care has teamed up with a highly recognized marketing company in the Metro Detroit area to assist with special projects and product development in an effort to advance the online reputation of their company. They currently produce instructional content for several big name Auto Industry Suppliers as well as multiple trade publications. Inside is a full mechanical shop and film studio in place equipped to do just about anything car related so adding a detailing element will be a great fit. This will allow HD to set up a preliminary workspace with greater plans for a large scale state of the art detailing operation within the immediate area. Look for lots of exciting things to come in the near future from the HD Car Care Detailing...

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