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Old 06-16-2019, 11:14 PM   #57261
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I believe it's best to consult a doctor when using unconventional substances to wax holes.

For drawer slides, candle wax or bees wax is a common go-to though
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What is the best wax for holes in your door? I thought I would try carnauba.
Make sure you start with a good clay bar to get all the SUV out of the clear coat.
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Ah, it skipped my mind. I recommend pressure washing the hole really well first to remove any debris.
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Remind me again why adding food to our fuel is a good idea...
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Old 06-17-2019, 12:10 AM   #57265
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Make sure you start with a good clay bar to get all the SUV out of the clear coat.

Ok.


That is funny.

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Old 06-17-2019, 12:13 AM   #57266
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I believe it's best to consult a doctor when using unconventional substances to wax holes.

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Ah, it skipped my mind. I recommend pressure washing the hole really well first to remove any debris.
I figured I would just patch it like a hole in drywall and screw paint sticks inside, and fill with spackle.
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See this is problem with being a pilot. Not just having to keep reminding people I'm a pilot all the time. Like I come back down the atmosphere and open this thread up again and I'm completely lost. Talking about patching a whose what like it's a drywall job?

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See this is problem with being a pilot. Not just having to keep reminding people I'm a pilot all the time. Like I come back down the atmosphere and open this thread up again and I'm completely lost. Talking about patching a whose what like it's a drywall job?

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Homer simpson said speed holes make a car faster. But the crease will likely negate any gains with the airflow redirection.
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I'm trying to laugh about it, because it hurts. You should see the other side, and 2 rims down. And suspension and/or steering damage and I can't even check because all my tools and Jack are in POD land now.
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I figured I would just patch it like a hole in drywall and screw paint sticks inside, and fill with spackle.
Maybe your insurance company will think that the door doesn't need replacing?
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Maybe your insurance company will think that the door doesn't need replacing?
My luck they will replace it with an orange one.
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How the? What? Intentionally or they were drunk on the riding lawn mower again?

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