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Old 05-02-2014, 04:39 PM   #1
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So, It is time for me to officially Jump on the CG bandwagon. As of right now, i have a Light duty claybar, Set of 6 microfibers, The Extreme Shine EZ cream glaze, Jetseal Sealant, and Butter Wet wax. My paint has minor swirls, and I don't have access nor experience with a buffers. So hoping this gives a pretty good shine back into my month long neglected paint. I'm not too sure with the butter wet wax on a black car. Anyone ever try it?

Post any experiences with your favorite products, and as always result pics are always appreciated.
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So, It is time for me to officially Jump on the CG bandwagon. As of right now, i have a Light duty claybar, Set of 6 microfibers, The Extreme Shine EZ cream glaze, Jetseal Sealant, and Butter Wet wax. My paint has minor swirls, and I don't have access nor experience with a buffers. So hoping this gives a pretty good shine back into my month long neglected paint. I'm not too sure with the butter wet wax on a black car. Anyone ever try it?

Post any experiences with your favorite products, and as always result pics are always appreciated.
I have a Porter Cable 7424 DA polisher and personally am a big fan of Meguiar's detailing products. My favorite products are Meguiar's, Ultimate Compound Ultimate Polish and Ultimate Wax which is actually a sealant not a wax. Lol.



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Those are some very good results. I've previously used exclusively meguires products and they worked pretty well. They can however be a pain to remove at times if applied on a summer day. I've seen a lot of good reviews for chemical guys products though, which is why I'm giving them a try. I liked their synthetic detailer, so I'm hoping more people here have had good results with Chemical guys.
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I love Chemical Guys. I use their pads for my Dewalt dwp849x buffer. Their stuff goes on so easy and comes off easy also. I used to use Meguiars stuff, but Chemical Guys is so much easier and leaves the paint glossier and smoother.

This was after I polished and used their Wet Mirror Finish Glaze.
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I just ordered my 100+ dollars worth of chem guys, and I'm hoping that the Extreme Ez glaze has that nice of a result. I've never messed around with glosses, and rarely have i used sealants. So i'm very curious as to the level of clarity i can get out of the paint with these. This pic is with the use of megs product only. I think it was after the first claybar and light swirl remover it had gotten, Plus the megs 2.0 wax. Hoping i can get the paint looking like this again. It's been out in the elements for a month now, and some of the hidden swirls are coming back. Click image for larger version

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What do you guys think about the ones that hook up to your power drill

Those are okay. You can't control the speed as much though.
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Those are some very good results. I've previously used exclusively meguires products and they worked pretty well. They can however be a pain to remove at times if applied on a summer day. I've seen a lot of good reviews for chemical guys products though, which is why I'm giving them a try. I liked their synthetic detailer, so I'm hoping more people here have had good results with Chemical guys.
I use the Ultimate Compound, Polish and Synthetic Wax from Meguiar's which I found very easy to remove. Also, Iuse the all professional mirror glaze 6 cleaner wax which seems easy to remove as well.
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Those are okay. You can't control the speed as much though.
Ok yeah I've been wondering since they're like $40 at wal Mart
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I use the Ultimate Compound, Polish and Synthetic Wax from Meguiar's which I found very easy to remove. Also, Iuse the all professional mirror glaze 6 cleaner wax which seems easy to remove as well.

For me it is very easy to remove meguires in the spring, when it's between 50-75. That's when i get the best results. Tbh I really love the look I was able to achieve by applying megs products by hand. But during summer, if you try using the megs ultimate polish in anything over 75°, its a pain to remove. Granted, it does remove cleanly; but it takes a good bit of effort. And also, I was pretty pissed that after using the Meguires gold car wash, it completely stripped the wax job that was already on it. I was shocked. Meguires wash, stripped meguires tech wax right off. No slippery finish, just squeaky paint. I have heard that all Chemical guys products are designed to work with eachother to enhance the finish. So hopefully if i use their washes, it won't strip their waxes. Heres my Megs/turtlewax arsenal.
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For me it is very easy to remove meguires in the spring, when it's between 50-75. That's when i get the best results. Tbh I really love the look I was able to achieve by applying megs products by hand. But during summer, if you try using the megs ultimate polish in anything over 75°, its a pain to remove. Granted, it does remove cleanly; but it takes a good bit of effort. And also, I was pretty pissed that after using the Meguires gold car wash, it completely stripped the wax job that was already on it. I was shocked. Meguires wash, stripped meguires tech wax right off. No slippery finish, just squeaky paint. I have heard that all Chemical guys products are designed to work with eachother to enhance the finish. So hopefully if i use their washes, it won't strip their waxes. Heres my Megs/turtlewax arsenal.
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The Ultimate Polish really needs to be buffed into the paint at speed. I used it before and after i got my Dewalt Buffer, it was such a PITA to use by hand because it would dry so quick and its hard to get the right amount on. But going at it on 1400rpm or so for quite a few passes its like butter to remove. I love the Chemical Guys glaze though, so easy to put on and remove, and the paint is so slick afterward.
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For me it is very easy to remove meguires in the spring, when it's between 50-75. That's when i get the best results. Tbh I really love the look I was able to achieve by applying megs products by hand. But during summer, if you try using the megs ultimate polish in anything over 75°, its a pain to remove. Granted, it does remove cleanly; but it takes a good bit of effort. And also, I was pretty pissed that after using the Meguires gold car wash, it completely stripped the wax job that was already on it. I was shocked. Meguires wash, stripped meguires tech wax right off. No slippery finish, just squeaky paint. I have heard that all Chemical guys products are designed to work with eachother to enhance the finish. So hopefully if i use their washes, it won't strip their waxes. Heres my Megs/turtlewax arsenal.
Thanks for the heads up about Ultimate Polish. I have not used it in warm weather yet or weather above 75 degrees.
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The Ultimate Polish really needs to be buffed into the paint at speed. I used it before and after i got my Dewalt Buffer, it was such a PITA to use by hand because it would dry so quick and its hard to get the right amount on. But going at it on 1400rpm or so for quite a few passes its like butter to remove. I love the Chemical Guys glaze though, so easy to put on and remove, and the paint is so slick afterward.
I use my Porter Cable DA polisher to work the compounds, polish and waxes in and they come off easy peasey thus far but haven't tried in warm weather.
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I use my Porter Cable DA polisher to work the compounds, polish and waxes in and they come off easy peasey thus far but haven't tried in warm weather.

You'll probably have no problem with the polish if you're using a machine. My experience is strictly by hand, and it was easy going on and off in 50-75° weather, but anything more than that, Its a bad time by hand. A polisher is probably a lot better suited.
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You'll probably have no problem with the polish if you're using a machine. My experience is strictly by hand, and it was easy going on and off in 50-75° weather, but anything more than that, Its a bad time by hand. A polisher is probably a lot better suited.

Yea by hand almost any type of compound and polish is a pain. I still do my wax by hand.
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Their stuff is good. I just hate the emails begging me to review their products... Seriously, I hate begging. I know all companies do this, but they go a little overboard with the constant daily emailing.
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Their stuff is good. I just hate the emails begging me to review their products... Seriously, I hate begging. I know all companies do this, but they go a little overboard with the constant daily emailing.
Yeah, me too. I'm tired of them bugging me for reviews. Its so annoying. Lol
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Now that i hear they do that, I'm glad i went through amazon for my products. Cant Stand needy companies.

Anyways, Here is what i had to work with this morning. Started washing/claying around 8:30 this morning. Car was disgusting really.
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I never get emails from them lol. You gotta check the box for them to not send emails.
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I haven't gotten into the DA buffing world yet but my dad has and when he tried to polish my previous Mustang with meguaiars polish it left some residue behind w/o fail multiple times and it was hard to get off. CG products do seem to come off easy.

Soccerluvr your Bullitt is looking awesome man.
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Now that i hear they do that, I'm glad i went through amazon for my products. Cant Stand needy companies.

Anyways, Here is what i had to work with this morning. Started washing/claying around 8:30 this morning. Car was disgusting really.
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Glad i'm not the only one that hasn't dove into the DA polishers yet. Although, I'm going to really have to learn to use one soon here. Got a few scratches that i didn't have last season.

My overall experience so far has been an 8.5 out of 10 with Chemical Guys. Not the best shine i've gotten out of the car, But it did give a nice wet look. So it passes in that category.

The only two things i will note BAD about The three products I used are:
1) this stuff makes dust like no other. It was both from the sealant, and the butter wet wax. The glaze, not so much.
I laid it out in very thin coats, and still there was a decent amount of dust from them.

And 2) Cling resistance my ***. Brought the car out for 5 minutes, and pollen galore. It does blow off though, So i'll give it that. But man, did it collect dust and pollen.

Overall, good experience and i'll continue buying from them.
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Glad i'm not the only one that hasn't dove into the DA polishers yet. Although, I'm going to really have to learn to use one soon here. Got a few scratches that i didn't have last season.

My overall experience so far has been an 8.5 out of 10 with Chemical Guys. Not the best shine i've gotten out of the car, But it did give a nice wet look. So it passes in that category.

The only two things i will note BAD about The three products I used are:
1) this stuff makes dust like no other. It was both from the sealant, and the butter wet wax. The glaze, not so much.
I laid it out in very thin coats, and still there was a decent amount of dust from them.

And 2) Cling resistance my ***. Brought the car out for 5 minutes, and pollen galore. It does blow off though, So i'll give it that. But man, did it collect dust and pollen.

Overall, good experience and i'll continue buying from them.
I think no matter what type of wax/glaze/sealant anyone uses pollen probably will still find a way onto the car lol.
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I haven't gotten into the DA buffing world yet but my dad has and when he tried to polish my previous Mustang with meguaiars polish it left some residue behind w/o fail multiple times and it was hard to get off. CG products do seem to come off easy.

Soccerluvr your Bullitt is looking awesome man.
Hummmm! Well that's not good. Lol

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Car must look good. First time in awhile a Camaro wanted to play rap the pipes. Too bad his sounded like a trumpet.
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I have started to move over exclusively to CG products, and so far am loving them!!! I will get a list of the Megs stuff I have still brand new and sealed if any fans of their stuff wants it cheap...
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Haha, The only megs products i plan on using is the quick detailer spray. The CG one was not impressive to me. But i did my moms car which is red, and it looked fantastic. So i've decided to stick with CG products for awhile.
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What Meguiar's stuff you want to get rid of bro?

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Haha, The only megs products i plan on using is the quick detailer spray. The CG one was not impressive to me. But i did my moms car which is red, and it looked fantastic. So i've decided to stick with CG products for awhile.
yeah, I use it as well, but I have the CG Hybrid V7 Optical Select High Gloss Spray Sealant & Quick Detailer on the way... I will be using it exclusively...

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Ammo NYC products for me - Ammo-NYC

Kinda pricey .. but damn it is good.

Also, Larry the owner, is one of the best detailers in the world, so why not use on my $30,000 car what he uses on a $3,000,000 car?

I highly recommend his youtube channels - Ammo-NYC

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Just watch the differences between a Chemical Guys video and one of Larry's (Ammo NYC). The differences between knowledge and professionalism is enough to make the Chemical Guys look like amateurs.
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Ammo NYC products for me - Ammo-NYC

Kinda pricey .. but damn it is good.

Also, Larry the owner, is one of the best detailers in the world, so why not use on my $30,000 car what he uses on a $3,000,000 car?

I highly recommend his youtube channels - Ammo-NYC

Or /Drive Clean

Just watch the differences between a Chemical Guys video and one of Larry's (Ammo NYC). The differences between knowledge and professionalism is enough to make the Chemical Guys look like amateurs.
some really nice products and videos, I will be sticking to my CG stuff... I am loving the results... Their videos are a bit on the cheesy side, but I love their products so far, and variety...but if I ever decide to change out, the AMMO stuff looks awesome!!!
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Kinda pricey .. but damn it is good.



Also, Larry the owner, is one of the best detailers in the world, so why not use on my $30,000 car what he uses on a $3,000,000 car?



I highly recommend his youtube channels - Ammo-NYC



Or /Drive Clean



Just watch the differences between a Chemical Guys video and one of Larry's (Ammo NYC). The differences between knowledge and professionalism is enough to make the Chemical Guys look like amateurs.

I haven't tried a lot of AMMO stuff yet, but I did get the microfiber towel pack, those are big and nice microfibers for a steal!!!!
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yeah, I use it as well, but I have the CG Hybrid V7 Optical Select High Gloss Spray Sealant & Quick Detailer on the way... I will be using it exclusively...

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I will make the list as soon as I get home...

thanks!
Hey, if your giving the stuff away, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. Ha ha ha! I'll even pay for the shipping cost. Lmao. I love Meguiar's car care products. Lol

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Hey, if your giving the stuff away, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. Ha ha ha! I'll even pay for the shipping cost. Lmao. I love Meguiar's car care products. Lol

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