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    I remember watching some of your videos about two years ago, Junkman. Your tips on not using too much product and using a quick detailer to re-moisten the pad were awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamieH View Post
    I remember watching some of your videos about two years ago, Junkman. Your tips on not using too much product and using a quick detailer to re-moisten the pad were awesome.
    Thank you sir!

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    I got my own rag??? LOL!

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    You can have your rag, I want that piano!

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    I minored on piano in college (majored on sax), but I haven't played since the 80's. Kinda sucks because I was pretty good back then. I could pick it back up if I really wanted to but man, who has the time when you already have too many hobbies.

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    subbed. don't know when I will have time to watch , but on my to do list now

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    Quote Originally Posted by HELLIONMX5 View Post
    subbed. don't know when I will have time to watch , but on my to do list now
    Bring popcorn and a pen and paper. This is 2-hours of knowledge that you're cramming. Take notes!

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    Gotcha!

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    Great vids, just used a da for the first time today, wish I'd seen these yesterday now lol!

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    If you have never used a polisher before and try to learn on your own, it's like trying to teach yourself how to swing a golf club. By the time you hit the links, you will probably be doing this!

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    Watching these now, as I just borrowed a porter cable from Tkblazer, this is exactly what I was looking for!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fwdtamiya View Post
    Watching these now, as I just borrowed a porter cable from Tkblazer, this is exactly what I was looking for!
    Thanks for watching.

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