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Old 02-22-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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So it's getting close for many of us to get the stangs and other toys out. I found a couple different threads on the croftgate fans. Anyone switch away from this or to it, what's your go to. Let's see pics of your detailing results.


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I've always been turtle wax guy I like it for detailing. But thinking of croftgate. You use meguires on everything huh.


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Just interior and paint... I use turtle wax on my tires and I think it's mothers for the wheels...
But yes I do use it often...


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I recently switched to chemical guys and I love everything iv bought so far.


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I thought about chemical guys but if I remember right their kits were expensive


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Adams Polishes and Chemical Guys for me.


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Never heard of the Adams I will have to look them up


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Chemical guys for sure.


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I think they're priced pretty well. They do have a couple things that are ridiculously priced like an $800 wax. But I get everything on Amazon with free shipping and they always have coupons.


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Chemical guys all the way. This is what I make sure I have lots of...

Black Light - Great wax for black cars

Chemical Guys GAP_619_16 - Black Light Hybrid Radiant Finish (16 oz)

Jet Seal - Sealer - Use it after the black light to enhance the shine

Chemical Guys WAC_118_16 - JetSeal Sealant and Paint Protectant (16 oz)

V07 is a really great quick detailer that takes off the water spots well

Chemical Guys WAC_808_16 - Hybrid V7 Optical Select High Gloss Spray Sealant & Quick Detailer (16 oz)

Inner Clean - this is hands down the best interior cleaner I've ever used. No oily residue. Makes the car look like is was meant to.

Chemical Guys SPI_663_16 - InnerClean - Interior Quick Detailer & Protectant (16oz)

That's all I need... $100 for the all of it. I'd recommend getting the V07 and the Inner Clean in 1 gallon bottles, you'll be hooked on them.
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So it's getting close for many of us to get the stangs and other toys out. I found a couple different threads on the croftgate fans. Anyone switch away from this or to it, what's your go to. Let's see pics of your detailing results.


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I use Croftgate products and love them. Fantastic!
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I used to use ZAINO--BUT--

When I was at the Waterford Lakes show two years ago I needed something to clean my car because I ran through some rain on the way over from Daytona. I bought their Waterless car wash and some Project-X. All I can say is "WOW" and found this stuff was way much better and easier then Zaino.
I won the Peoples choice Award that year.
I went home and ordered Super Slick. My car is so shiny and slippery that the Florida love bugs do not even stick to it like they used to.
It rained a little the next year and the Croftgate guy came over and cleaned my car for me. I won the Peoples Choice award again .
My car being RED CANDY and super duper clean and sparkling made me a Croftgate user forever. I do not think there is a better product that is this easy to use and offer so much shine and protection.
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I would personally go with either of the quick detailers you listed. You don't really need both though....

I use the Wet Mirror Finish Glaze you have listed there at the bottom, really nice and it actually fills in a bit of swirl marks. I've heard amazing things about Blacklight also (which is also a glaze similar to the Wet Mirror Finish)

They literally just had a huge sale that you missed out. It was a 30% off sale (select items, but there was a huge list). I ordered a lot of stuff that day.
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Its my understanding that Chemical Guys sells a wax called butter wet wax that is really good.
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Butter is used by a lot of Show cars.

It has been around forever and shines really great indoors. Put it in the hot Florida type sun and it melts and looks terrible.
If your looking for shine and protection, Croftgate is really hard to beat. It offers excellent protection and gives a very deep shine that lasts. The Quick & Slick makes a car so slippery that not much will stick to it at all.

Butter was OK 40 years ago but so far out of what the newer stuff is that it is useless.

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It has been around forever and shines really great indoors. Put it in the hot Florida type sun and it melts and looks terrible.
If your looking for shine and protection, Croftgate is really hard to beat. It offers excellent protection and gives a very deep shine that lasts. The Quick & Slick makes a car so slippery that not much will stick to it at all.

Butter was OK 40 years ago but so far out of what the newer stuff is that it is useless.

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Good to know about the butter wax. I been using Croftgate and excellant results I have gotten. Have you been on Chemical guys web site recently and looked up that butter wet wax. The only reason I mention it, is because just last night I was browsing the web site for some potential goodies and came across this butter wet wax.

According to Chemical guys, they changed the foruma and its a new vintage butter wet wax. Sounds like the better wet wax you knew of from 40 years ago got a brand new foruma while keeping that great shine and ease of application. Allegedly you get three months of protection before another application is needed.

Perhaps the new formula butter wet wax holds up today in the hot conditions. It sounded like Chemical guys added the modem day chemicals to bring the butter wet wax up to par.


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Any carnauba wax is going to melt if it's in extreme heat, just the nature if it. You need a synthetic polymer wax if the car sees a lot of heat.


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Little confused. Once the butter wet wax is rubbed in and buffed off with a microfiber towel, what's left to melt on the paint? The product is already into the clear coat.

Being that I live in the upper east coast, Maryland doesnt see the extreme sun and heat that Florida does. Ha ha. I would think Carnuba wax would work great in those cooler northern states. Lol
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I'm thinking. So the carnuba wax melts more and runs all over even after the wax is rubbed in and buffed?
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It won't necessarily run, but it'll melt and can kind of morph together, which will make it thicker and have a hazier look.


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It won't necessarily run, but it'll melt and can kind of morph together, which will make it thicker and have a hazier look.


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Well, that's not a good look for a car. Ha ha ha. Never really thought about that. So, really, depending on ones location a carnuba wax may be just fine. Although even up in Maryland summers can get pretty hot and the sun can beat down. Not like Florida sun! Lol
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I've never had an issue over in Cali.


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Really, so even in Cali sun no issues with a carnuba wax? Andrew, your car always looks beautiful and prestine condition. Do you use any carnuba waxes yourself on top of the Adams products?
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Aside from the Rinseless wash and detail spray which have some polymers and waxes in them I have a Chemical Guys Glaze and Meguiars Ultimate Paste wax.


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What do you think of that Wet Mirror Finish ultra slick gloss by Chemical Boys? Is that the same thing as a glaze? Your pony has some crazy awesome depth in that black paint. Must be that glaze your using to give it that amazing shine?

I did order some of that new foruma vintage butter wet wax from Chemical Boys.
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What do you think of that Wet Mirror Finish ultra slick gloss by Chemical Boys? Is that the same thing as a glaze? Your pony has some crazy awesome depth in that black paint. Must be that glaze your using to give it that amazing shine?

I did order some of that new foruma vintage butter wet wax from Chemical Boys.

It's pretty good. Takes some practice to spread it evenly and not too thick. But it noticeably fills in swirl marks and gives depth.


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Which glaze do you use?
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It's really very hard to beat the Croftgate products

Last Saturday I pulled out of my Garage at 5:45 AM to meet up with my club 30 miles away. I drove into a wall of rain as I pulled out of the garage. It really hurt because my car was spotless and ready for the show.
By the time I got to Longwood my car was filthy. The Croftgate waterless car wash had the bottom half of my car spotless in about twenty minutes. All I had to do was wipe down the hood top front and back with some project X another 10 minutes and my Mustang was shining like a red diamond. When it started to rain real hard most of the water just ran off.
I love this stuff. Over the years I tried a lot of products and found Zaino was my first choice until I discovered this stuff. I don't even have to look for anything better.
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My red candy Mustang after 65 or 70 miles driving to the show in the rain and some wet interstate highway. This is after about 30 minutes of cleaning the whole car. Wheels, Tires, Plastic trim, Window glass -All cleaned and shined up with a little waterless car wash and Project -X from Croftgate.
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Last Saturday I pulled out of my Garage at 5:45 AM to meet up with my club 30 miles away. I drove into a wall of rain as I pulled out of the garage. It really hurt because my car was spotless and ready for the show.
By the time I got to Longwood my car was filthy. The Croftgate waterless car wash had the bottom half of my car spotless in about twenty minutes. All I had to do was wipe down the hood top front and back with some project X another 10 minutes and my Mustang was shining like a red diamond. When it started to rain real hard most of the water just ran off.
I love this stuff. Over the years I tried a lot of products and found Zaino was my first choice until I discovered this stuff. I don't even have to look for anything better.
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My red candy Mustang after 65 or 70 miles driving to the show in the rain and some wet interstate highway. This is after about 30 minutes of cleaning the whole car. Wheels, Tires, Plastic trim, Window glass -All cleaned and shined up with a little waterless car wash and Project -X from Croftgate.
I definetly love Crofrgate as well! I love the quick and slick, just wish it would last a bit longer before having to reapply. I was told a good rule of thumb for the quick and slick is to apply it on every third wash.

For me, that's about every third week or month.
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I only have been using Croftgate car wash

If you get the car wash it has wax in it. Not the spray but the stuff you add a couple of cupfuls in a bucket of water.

If my car is really and I mean really filthy I just use this along with a hose and wash my car normally.

Then I dry it, Done unless I want to throw on some Project-X or Quick& slick.
What I love is you can do a whole Mustang in fifteen or twenty minutes with either one.
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