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Well im not new to this site but new with this name. some of you may know me by my former forum name. "BullyDogJason" Well i no longer work for BD and now work for Alligator.

might of seen my truck in this months issue of Diesel world as well.

 

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Welcome to the DF!

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Welcome again!!
 

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Welcome.....back.
 

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Well I want a cool job resume like yours welcome back!
 

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i guess the glaze and wax just covered them up.. as the truck is getting dirty they are coming back :(
You will have to take it to a professional and have it buffed. If you wax it every other time you wash it they will stay pretty well "hidden" but never go away. Been there buddy... It sucks.


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You will have to take it to a professional and have it buffed. If you wax it every other time you wash it they will stay pretty well "hidden" but never go away. Been there buddy... It sucks.


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ugh that sucks... i was always scared to have the truck buffed and this is why.
 

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i guess the glaze and wax just covered them up.. as the truck is getting dirty they are coming back :(
Same happened to my new LMM. Took it to a guy here in town who used a patented product made by 3M and it got rid of em. It's been a few washes/weeks and they haven't came back. He said a regular wax job will just cover em up for a wash or two. I'll try to find out what he used...........
 

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Ok, just got off the phone with him. Stuff is called 3M swirl eliminator (creative name right?) Said a big bottle of it is like $30 and it'll be more than enough to do your truck. He also said you'd need experience with a foam polish pad which can also be purchased through 3M. Maybe find a detail shop in your area that knows what this stuff is?
 

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did he say you have to buff it with the foam pad.. or can i do it by hand.. i dont think ill ever let a buffer get near the paint again!

and your right.. im very much not new to the forums.. but new to being holtons bitch.
 
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