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    Hey everyone. I have offically used a full can of veil applying it all to my car. After about 10 or so tries, I got the hang of it.

    I found out the easiest way to apply the veil w/o streaks, is shake the can, open the lid, and dab a sponge on the lid and spread that around in long strokes.

    To remove veil, use windex. Spray it and let it sit there for about 10 seconds, it comes off with an easy swipe. This works SOOO much better then rubbing alcohol.

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    What do you use to remove Veil, "Windows" what the heck is that?
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    Methinks he meant windex.
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    I didn't think windex had the minerals to do it.

    Good to know Sethy.

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    Windex will do it off of glass, but did nothing to the purple residue on my plate. It took alcohol to touch that.
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    Would you pm me your S/N I would like to know what rev of Veil you had.

    Thanks.

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    sure thing, im gonna have to dig through the trash, but anythin for the veil guy sorry about my spelling, I meant to say windex...

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    this question was more to marlinspike which i got from him.

    the serial number is on the holgraphic label on the side of the out container and is laser etched.

    don't tell me you threw out that beautiful outer container?

    that was expensively designed to be a keeper and to store things...

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    Default Re: Tips for veil...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    Hey everyone. I have offically used a full can of veil applying it all to my car. After about 10 or so tries, I got the hang of it.

    I found out the easiest way to apply the veil w/o streaks, is shake the can, open the lid, and dab a sponge on the lid and spread that around in long streaks.

    To remove veil, use windex*. Spray it and let it sit there for about 10 seconds, it comes off with an easy swipe. This works SOOO much better then rubbing alcohol.
    Sethy, how long had the Veil set before you cleaned it off with the *windex*?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SETITOFF
    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    Hey everyone. I have offically used a full can of veil applying it all to my car. After about 10 or so tries, I got the hang of it.

    I found out the easiest way to apply the veil w/o streaks, is shake the can, open the lid, and dab a sponge on the lid and spread that around in long streaks.

    To remove veil, use windex*. Spray it and let it sit there for about 10 seconds, it comes off with an easy swipe. This works SOOO much better then rubbing alcohol.
    Sethy, how long had the Veil set before you cleaned it off with the *windex*?
    I have had it there for about a week. I sprayed it with windex and let it sit for about 10 seconds and then wiped it off with ease.

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