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Old 12-07-2014, 04:46 PM   #1
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What types of cleaning products work the best ?

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I just use the Armor All wash and wax I think? I use a turtle wax product for the chrome rims to keep the shine I forget what it was exactly called though. In between washes I use a quick spray detailer to keep it as clean looking as possible for a Daily Driver
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I just use the Armor All was and wax I think? I use a turtle wax product for the chrome rims to keep the shine I forget what it was exactly called though. In between washes I use a quick spray detailer to keep it as clean looking as possible for a Daily Driver

My rims are just the stock ones for now, not chrome. But it seems like the break dust has stained the rims and I can't seem to get it off. Have any ideas that have worked for you?


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I use ardex purple rush for those stock wheels and it should get it off. It's a strong degreaser so I wouldn't leave it on very long.


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I use ardex purple rush for those stock wheels and it should get it off. It's a strong degreaser so I wouldn't leave it on very long.


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I have head about some degreasers taking the clear coat off, is that something I need to look out for using Ardex purple ?


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Pretty much all i use.
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Pretty much all i use.

Where would you get those? Nice car


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I use eagle one A to Z wheel cleaner and all mcguires cleaning and shining products on my paint and interior. I have tried other products and can't seem to find anything else that works as well as those do
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I use eagle one A to Z wheel cleaner and all mcguires cleaning and shining products on my paint and interior. I have tried other products and can't seem to find anything else that works as well as those do
Which meguiars wax are you using? Run to walmart and see if they have the surf city garage spray wax for 12 dollars, and let me know what you think. Its not like other spray waxes, its really thick and you apply it like a regular wax, let it haze then remove it. but for the price, its a good entry option to check out surf city garage.

If you do, PM me and let me know what you think. they have plenty other products available online.
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The "rinse less wash" has me really interested as I live at a dorm.

Do you have an opinion on this?


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The "rinse less wash" has me really interested as I live at a dorm.

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I believe soccerluvr uses the rinse less wash (not 100% sure)

I on the other hand use Meguiar products. I'm gonna try out the Turtle ICE once I run out of the meguiar's.
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My rims are just the stock ones for now, not chrome. But it seems like the break dust has stained the rims and I can't seem to get it off. Have any ideas that have worked for you?


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Rinseless is amazing. I use the turtlewax but i wanna upgrade to something better like adams or scg.

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What types of cleaning products work the best ?

Yes I do use the Adams Rinseless wash, great product for someone living in a dorm. I just fill up my bucket in the shower, and then add the Rinseless wash and go clean the car.

Super easy to use, and you can literally clean the car in your parking space. You also don't have to worry about water spots since you do it a panel at a time.

Definitely worth it.


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I have heard stories of amour all cracking people's dashes and drying out other interior/exterior parts after a while. Is this true?


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Yes I do use the Adams Rinseless wash, great product for someone living in a dorm. I just fill up my bucket in the shower, and then add the Rinseless wash and go clean the car.

Super easy to use, and you can literally clean the car in your parking space. You also don't have to worry about water spots since you do it a panel at a time.

Definitely worth it.


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Thanks for the recommendation soccer! Ordered two bottles just now.


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Up for debate. I think so. It contains synthetic stuff that doesnt really hydrate the surface, and when removed, can make things worse. Better quality stuff has natural ingrediants that keep the surface hydrated and replenished.

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I do want to point out before everyone says "my mustang interior is just fine after years with clorox.wipes.and armorall", well, mustang interiors are pretty good quality. Try that on a lexus.

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Using a grit guard is good also if you have one. I have one of the 16 oz bottles and its lasted me all semester and still half left still. I wash the car once a week.

What i also do, pour about an oz into another spray bottle then fill with 15 oz of water, that gives you a nice waterless wash to spray. So i saturate the area first with it then wipe down. Extra security that i'm not putting in swirl marks. When this bottle gets near then end i'm probably going to buy a gallon of it. Their detail spray is also really nice.
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Up for debate. I think so. It contains synthetic stuff that doesnt really hydrate the surface, and when removed, can make things worse. Better quality stuff has natural ingrediants that keep the surface hydrated and replenished.

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Armorall products have a bit of alcohol in them, which makes it looks super shiny at first, and cleans fairly well, but dries it out badly, thats why dashes crack all the time when using armorall.
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The way I do it is rinse and wash the wheel with the remaining car wash. While it's still wet I spray it with the people rush and let it sit for a minute then with a wet tag I go over the rim. Then rinse and dry thouroughly. Then keep them clean to avoid the build up.


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The way I do it is rinse and wash the wheel with the remaining car wash. While it's still wet I spray it with the people rush and let it sit for a minute then with a wet tag I go over the rim. Then rinse and dry thouroughly. Then keep them clean to avoid the build up.


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If you are using a bucket for the wheels, I'd HIGHLY recommend a second bucket just for your wheels, that way you don't get any type of brake contaminants in the bucket that touches your paint.


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Soccerluvr4 is on the Lethal mustang Facebook page with me and his vehicle looks beautiful. I know he is a big fan of Adams detailing products. I have recently switched my detailing products which was Meguairs. I am now using a waterless and rinseless car wash system and man does it cut down big time and the results are fantastic.

Now Soccerluvr has used what I'm currently using and he likes Adams better. I have no knowledge or experience with Adams but I'm using Croftgate and sticking with it. The results with Croftgate is high end awesome. The system couldn't be easier. Spray on Aquanil X, wipe off. Done, That's it. Then seal the paint with Quick and slick. Spray quick and slick onto a mirofiber towel, wipe on the panel and let dry and harden on paint. This makes the paint very slippery and non stick. The quick and slick hardens and puts a protective coat on the paint so nothing gets into the paint. Water spots won't form, bird crap won't stain the paint, etc. The stuff is amazing.

There is also a wash and wax liquid soap you add a cap full into a bucket filled with a gallon of water. Use a mirofiber towel, wipe on the panel , wipe off with a second dry micro towel. That's it.

The tire shine is freaking amazing , not oil based and no sling. Spray on wheels and tires. Cleans the wheels and removes all brake dust and shines the wheels. It also works magic on plastics. Turns that black plastic that's gray and dull to a rich dark black plastic.

Here is my arsenal now and some pictures from me cleaning it yesterday with Croftgate. Look at the mirror shine on that paint. Look at the before and after to the plastic on the rear bottom trim area.

Also, I'm not a distributor of Croftgate so I don't make any money for sharing my experiences. Just passing on detailing information that Croftgate is the real deal.

Heck, I have not yet even tried project X which is a polish that is made for dark colored cars to give it the highest level of shine.
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Here are also a few people that strictly use Croftgate only and nothing else. No clay bar, no dual action polisher, just Croftgate..
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One thing I don't like about croftgate is the size of the containers. Definitely not a bad thing how big they are, they just won't fit in my travel bag. I'm sure if I wanted to I could just pour it into my bottles I already have. But my OCD would kill me

Anyway, here is my main stuff, not even close to everything I've got.... Also this is their smaller travel bag.
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I actually do still have the small thing of tire shine from when i got the Croftgate test pack. Never really used it. After my current tire shine (in picture) runs out, i'll use the Croftgate one.

Also, i am in the process of doing a pretty long detailing overview, it'll be a full thread on the forum for newbies that i can use to show people. Still in the works, haven't had much time to work on it (6 pages in my Word document so far).
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I use Sonax Nano-Wax/NPT myself. The main reason, besides the wax being fantastic (same stuff you get at the BMW dealership, btw, but for a lot less money) is that it's a lot less toxic than most other products, having to meet stricter European standards for environmental impact.

The Sonax wash has to be the best soap I've ever seen, though. You may have different opinions on waxes, but this is hands-down the best I've ever used in almost 30 years of owning cars.

I clay bar it once every 9-12 months, but other than that, I just wash and wax it every 2-3 weeks. It still looks 100% new.

NOTE - the main reason it looks like new, though, is that I park it on the inside wall of the parking structure at work and use a car cover at home. UV is the bane of all good paint finishes. It typically only sees 2 hours of sun a day, while I'm driving it to work and back.
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One thing I don't like about croftgate is the size of the containers. Definitely not a bad thing how big they are, they just won't fit in my travel bag. I'm sure if I wanted to I could just pour it into my bottles I already have. But my OCD would kill me

Anyway, here is my main stuff, not even close to everything I've got.... Also this is their smaller travel bag.
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Very nice kit bro. Apparently Croftgate also has 16oz bottles as well. Normally their bottles are 32oz but they have 16 oz for 10 dollars.
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Surf city products ..... but as far as polish..... liqued glass.... just my opinion. ...

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There are a ton of cleaning detailing products out there. Lol
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There are a ton of cleaning detailing products out there. Lol
Which makes it kinda hard to choose which is the best one out there lol. In the end it all comes down to how well the product works for one and how we like.
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Which makes it kinda hard to choose which is the best one out there lol. In the end it all comes down to how well the product works for one and how we like.
That's so true. After trying Croftgate detailing products, I'm hooked.
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