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Old 08-04-2014, 03:06 PM   #1
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Detailing spray

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I am looking for a detailing spray to use after I wash my car.

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Chemicals Guys - Hybrid V7 and their Synthetic Quick Detailer
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I second Chemical Guys. They're stuff is top notch!!
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Hello

I am looking for a detailing spray to use after I wash my car.

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Hey,

I used to recon cars a long time ago had great success with Chemical Guys as well as Meguiars Quick Detailer. Easy on, Easy off!


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I recently started using Garage One. Their product is not only a detail spray, but a wax that does not streak. I've used it on multiple dark cars and it hasn't left any haze that I've observed with many other types.
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Infinite use detail juice with juice boost.. The best detail spray and sealant, not to mention tons of other uses.


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I use Meguires quick detail. It works very well. I hate waxing my car so I go over it with this stuff every now and then and my car looks great. It beads water the size of dimes. Cant beat Meguires for price , quality and availability.
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Lucas oil slick mist. I highly recommend it.


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Lucas oil slick mist. I highly recommend it.


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+1 I love my slick mist, super fast, can use wet/dry, leaves a great shine and the price is unbeatable
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Infinite use detail juice with juice boost.. The best detail spray and sealant, not to mention tons of other uses.


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Agreed with Cameron here. Also, can't beat the price. a $40 bottle of the concentrate is enough for 60.2 gallons mixed with distilled water. Smells great and works great.
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Lucas oil slick mist. I highly recommend it.


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Yes, it's very under-rated and not very popular but it's actually one of the best spray waxes I've used. And it's cheap!!!


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Old 08-10-2014, 11:25 PM   #14
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My father swears by this stuff. He and others say this stuff is simply the best. My father tells me you can even spray this stuff in direct sunlight and leaves no streaks or swirls.

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I'm gonna try me some of that Lucas stuff. Must be good.
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I'm gonna try me some of that Lucas stuff. Must be good.

You can find it most places that have auto care stuff.


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I've used many different ones. Lucas is my favorite. And it smells like bubble gum!
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I've used many different ones. Lucas is my favorite. And it smells like bubble gum!
I just bought 2 bottles of Lucas yesterday.

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I just bought 2 bottles of Lucas yesterday.

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And how do you like it?? It works best when applied on the microfiber and wiped on instead of sprayed onto the car. And then buffed off afterward.


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And how do you like it?? It works best when applied on the microfiber and wiped on instead of sprayed onto the car. And then buffed off afterward.


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I actually didn't try it yet. Lol. Thanks for the tip. Good too know. Im getting my pony ready for the AM show this Saturday. The Lucas will go on when I get to the show and parked. Lol!

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Turtle wax came out with a black wax and tail kit that you can buy for about $17.


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I think they are all pretty good and you certainly cannot go wrong with any of the ones mentioned here.

The question should be, what doesn't work really well..
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