Washin' n' Waxin' preferences

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  1. 02Beast

    02Beast Well-Known Member

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    I've always been a big fan of Meguiar's for my wax and Armor All for my bath looking for other good products and clay bars
     
  2. YukonGk

    YukonGk New Member

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    I mostly use Meg's stuff. I bought the DAPS system for polishing.
    Never a fan of armor all though. I also use pfledge to condition weatherstripping so it doesn't dry out. I bought a detailers bag and it keeps all my stuff organized.
     
  3. 02Beast

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    I've always used wd-40 for all my plastics
     
  4. Diggerdan11

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    I use nothing but Adams products.

    http://www.adamspolishes.com/default.aspx?

    All of their products are top notch.

    The Americana is the best Wax i have ever used, and their buttery wax is pretty good as well. There clay bars work better than any others I have used, their car shampoo is amazing. The Super Vinyl Ruber and Tire (SVRT) is the best product I have ever used for plastics and rubbers.

    I am a huge fan of not only their products but the company and the people as well.
     
  5. 2003tahoe

    2003tahoe Well-Known Member

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    the turtle wax ice in the bottle works really good on my blue metallic but im not sure on silver, meg insane tire spray can does really well for tire shine, and the ultimate black keeps my plastic looking new for couple weeks
     
  6. ProShoCustoms

    ProShoCustoms Well-Known Member

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    I use Meguairs waxes and tire shines, Armor All for the interior plastics, and Killerwaxx products, best waxes and metal polishes I've used. They also make a killer window cleaner and vinyl cleaner.
     
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    3linkedchevy Well-Known Member

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    I second this.... I used to use only Meguiars and made the switch and will never go back.
     
  8. 02Beast

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    Picked up some Adams buttery wax a few weeks back and gave it a shot. To say the least worth every penny.
     
  9. hotrodpc

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    I used to never think it mattered how you washed your vehicle as long as you kept it clean. As years have gone by I've realized the methods you use to maintain your vehicles finish and clean it is actually far more important than the product brands you use.
     
  10. silverado13

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    go look through, http://www.chemicalguys.com/Default.asp, they have alot of good stuff, never tried the wax, but i know clarity auto detailing i houston uses there products and do amazing work with it
     
  11. 2003tahoe

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    They are pretty good wash and wax my friend uses that stuff on his aventador i just use the turtle wax ice since it does alot better than gold class for my blue metallic paint
     
  12. silverado13

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    richard have you heard of clarity auto detailing?
     
  13. 2003tahoe

    2003tahoe Well-Known Member

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    whats that i cant see that clearly
     
  14. silverado13

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    Go look up clarity auto detailing on facebook
     
  15. Brett lee

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    Thanks for the suggestion, would you please suggest me some good drying towels under $20. :)