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Old 07-27-2009, 11:35 AM   #1
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What Is Your Favorite Detailing Product For...

I saw a post like this in another forum and thought it would be useful to use here to gather some information from the professional and amateur detailers. A possible sticky might also be nice.

I understand product of choice may vary from situation to situation and will also depend on what color of vehicle you are detailing, however just your overall favorite product for the category is fine. Just cut and paste the following into your post and fill in your favorite product.


Car Soap:

Claybar:

Polish (light cutting):

Polish (medium cutting):

Polish (heavy cutting):

Glaze:

Sealant:

Wax:

Tire Dressing:

Wheel Sealant:

Interior Protectant:

Leather Care:

Quick Detailer:
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These are the ones that I've tried. I don't usually go for the super high-end stuff because the returns diminish with the price hikes.

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Car Soap: duragloss 901

Claybar: meguiar's white

Polish (light cutting): p21s cleansing lotion (no cut), wolfgang glaze (light cut)

Polish (medium cutting):meg's #205

Polish (heavy cutting): 1z einzette heavy cut

Glaze: chemical guys ez-creme

Sealant: optimum opti-seal

Wax: meguiar's #26 and optimum car wax (spray)

Tire Dressing: surf city garage beyond black / wolfgang gel

Wheel Sealant: duragloss 501

Interior Protectant: klasse protectant / 303 protectant

Leather Care: 1z einzette lederpfledge (leather masters kit is the best, but I've yet to try it)

Quick Detailer: optimum no-rinse for cost effectiveness and cleaning / surf city garage carnauba qd for looks


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Old 07-27-2009, 12:00 PM   #3
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I'll leave Spyral with this. I'm still testing a lot of shit, he's tested a lot of shit, lol.
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Car Soap: Majestic Solutions Ultra Gloss

Claybar: Bilt Hambler Soft

Polish (light cutting): Menzerna PO85RD

Polish (medium cutting): Menzerna PO203

Polish (heavy cutting): Menzerna SIP

Glaze:Chemical Guy's EZ Creme Glaze

Sealant: Chemical Guy's Jet Seal 109

Wax: Dodo Juice Super Natural

Tire Dressing: Adam's VRT

Wheel Sealant: Poor Boy's World Wheel Sealant

Interior Protectant: 1Z Cockpit Premium

Leather Care: Lether Masters

Quick Detailer: Dodo Juice Red Mist
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Hey, me and purple agree on Glaze! lol
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Old 07-27-2009, 02:13 PM   #7
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Only commented on the things I use regularly.

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Car Soap: Adams

Glaze: Jorgens Groovy Gloss

Sealant: CG 109

Wax: Jax Wax

Tire Dressing: Adams VRT

Wheel Polish: Adams #2

Leather Care: Tropicare Leather Conditioner

Quick Detailer: Adams BSG

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Old 07-27-2009, 02:25 PM   #8
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Hey, me and purple agree on Glaze! lol

Pick out a few gems from your collection and let me buy some samples. There's still lots of products that I've not had my hands on
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Old 07-27-2009, 05:43 PM   #9
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These are what I end up using the most and have the best luck with, although I have to say Dodo Juice might be my next wax to try out.

Hope this helps you guys!

Macro

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Car Soap: DP Xtreme Foam Formula Auto Shampoo

Claybar: Pinnacle Ultra Poly Clay

Polish (light cutting): Wolfgang Finishing Glaze 3.0

Polish (medium cutting): Meguiars #80 Professional Speed Glaze

Polish (heavy cutting): I don't need it

Glaze: Chemical Guys EXTREME SHINE EZ~CREME GLAZE w/ACRYLIC SHINE II

Sealant:
Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant 3.0

Wax: Pinnacle Liquid Souveran

Tire Dressing: Adams VRT

Wheel Sealant:Klasse AIO

Interior Protectant: 303 Aerospace Protectant

Leather Care: Zanio Z-10 and Leatherique

Quick Detailer: Pinnacle Crystal Mist Carnauba Detail Spray
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These are what I end up using the most and have the best luck with, although I have to say Dodo Juice might be my next wax to try out.

Hope this helps you guys!

Macro

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Car Soap: DP Xtreme Foam Formula Auto Shampoo

Claybar: Pinnacle Ultra Poly Clay

Polish (light cutting): Wolfgang Finishing Glaze 3.0

Polish (medium cutting): Meguiars #80 Professional Speed Glaze

Polish (heavy cutting): I don't need it

Glaze: Chemical Guys EXTREME SHINE EZ~CREME GLAZE w/ACRYLIC SHINE II

Sealant:
Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant 3.0

Wax: Pinnacle Liquid Souveran

Tire Dressing: Adams VRT

Wheel Sealant:Klasse AIO

Interior Protectant: 303 Aerospace Protectant

Leather Care: Zanio Z-10 and Leatherique

Quick Detailer: Pinnacle Crystal Mist Carnauba Detail Spray


zaino leather care is the best!!
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Car Soap: Prima Mystique

Claybar: Wolfgang

Polish (light cutting): Menzerna PO85RD

Polish (medium cutting): Menzerna PO203

Polish (heavy cutting): Menzerna SIP

Glaze:Prima Amigo

Sealant: Chemical Guy's Jet Seal 109

Wax: pinnacle souveran

Tire Dressing: Prima Nero

Wheel Sealant: WheelWax (yes thats the name no space)

Interior Protectant: Prima Clarity

Leather Care: Leatherique

Quick Detailer: Griots Speed shine
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Old 07-28-2009, 05:39 AM   #12
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i use Mothers on the whole car for everything.... great stuff!
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Old 07-28-2009, 07:58 PM   #13
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Can we make a list of products not to buy and why?

Do not buy:
CG Scratch & Swirl - Doesn't get the swirls, just reduces
CG ProDetailer - Leaves hazyness after you wipe it off, plus it smells like cotton candy which for some reason pisses me off.
Liquid Glass - Left white spots in all the chips I have in my front bumper
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Car Soap:FK 1016 (sealent based)/PB SuperSlick and wax (wax based)

Claybar:BH

Polish (light cutting): Menz PO85RD

Polish (medium cutting): Menz IP

Polish (heavy cutting): Menz PG

Polish (gravel cutting): Megs 105

Glaze: Danase WG

Sealant:FK 218

Wax: BH auto-balm

Wheel Sealant:Collinite 845

Interior Protectant:303

Leather Care: Leatherique (50/50 mix)

Quick Detailer:FK 425 (sealent based)/PB QW+(wax based)
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After seeing a lot of people recommend that 303 Aerospace protectant for the interior, I decided to find some and try it out. I must say that I am impressed with it! Leaves a nice shine but not too greasy. It does not have a smell to it either.

I have been using the Zaino Z-16 for the tires but am thinking about trying the Adams VRT stuff that a lot of people seem to like.

I need to get some car soap as well so I am thinking I might try Duragloss 901.
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I need to get some car soap as well so I am thinking I might try Duragloss 901.

Do it. I'm about to start my second gallon
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Car Soap: #901, Duragloss Car Wash Concentrate

Claybar: Clay Magic (the one with the happy blue clay bar on the box)

Wax: #105 Duragloss TPP + #601 Polish Bonding Agent

Tire Dressing: #281, Duragloss "Wet Look" Tire Shine

Wheel Sealant: #105 Duragloss TPP (Works fine)

Leather Care: Meguiar's Gold Class Rich Leather Wipes (Mmm.. Cherries!)

Quick Detailer: #951, Duragloss AW (Aquawax)
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I used the Bilt Hambler clay bar this weekend and really wasn't too impressed with it. It's nice to use but it's picky. It seems I had to have the exact amount of mist on the paint for it to pickup anything. If I had it just a little too wet, it would just slide around. If I didn't have enough, it really sticks!
I ordered some VRT to try out on the tires this week.
I ended up trying some of the Adam's car wash instead of the Duragloss. I like the smell of Adam's and it makes a good amount of suds.
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Tire Dressing: Adams VRT (I have tried A LOT, including expensive ones. none even close to VRT, makes tires look new, non-greasy, lasts).
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I am curious as to the difference in clay bars. I have use Griots Garage and Zaino and they seem about the same.....

Do you guys use Quick Detailer as the lubricant or heavily concentrated car wash like Zaino recommends? The problem with that method is you have to wash the car again.

Looking for ideas.

By the way, I use Zainos system and have been very pleased with the results.
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I like to use car wash soap as claybar lubricant. It works fantastic and it just makes sense to me that as I am essentially deep cleaning the paint, that I use car wash as lubricant.
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It depends on what clay bar you use. They all recommend something different. With the BH all that is needed is water. It's a soft clay as opposed to other clay bars like Zaino, that are a little tougher. With the Zaino bar I used the car wash soap mix. With Adam's, I think I used the quick detail stuff.
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Car Soap: Adams Car Wash Soap

Claybar: Magic Blue I think, I need to order a new one from Adams though

Polish (light cutting): Adams Revive Polish

Polish (medium cutting): Adams Fine Machine Polish

Polish (heavy cutting): Adams Swirl/Haze Remover

Glaze: Adams Brilliant Spray Glaze

Sealant: Adams Super Machine Wax

Wax: Adams Buttery Wax and Adams Americana Paste Wax

Tire Dressing: Adams VRT

Interior Protectant: Adams Leather Conditioner

Leather Care: Adams Leather Conditioner

Quick Detailer: Adams Detail Spray
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i use the full line of of FK products. they discontinued there wheel cleaner so ive bin searching for a replacement. as well as there metal polish is lacking. other wise its a great product vs price of product.
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Nice and informative thread, thanks
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Damn...I need to learn about detailing before I get too many miles on mine.

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Car Soap: Zaino or Tropicare, I've also used Pantene Pro-V with a capful of olive oil in it with great results.

Claybar: Zaino

Polish (medium cutting): Tropicare T-8.5

Sealant: Zaino Z5

Wax: Meguiar's NXT 2.0

Tire Dressing: Meguiar's purple Tire Dressing, smells like grape and doesn't sling, lasts forever

Interior Protectant: Meguiar's Interior Detailing Spray, doesn't leave a shiny film on the dash.

Leather Care: Zaino Leather Cleaner and Zaino Leather-in-a-bottle

Quick Detailer: Zaino Z6, Meguiar's Ultimate Quick Detailer, Tropicare Quick Detailer
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Now that i have tested a lot more products i think i would change a few of my choices in that thread but those are still good products

Perhaps it's time to bump and let the experts keep us appraised as to what is their latest favorites and ones to stay away from?
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Car Soap: Auto Glym body shampoo

Claybar: Adams and or Auto Glym

Wax: Adams buttery wax and/or Auto Glym HD

Tire Dressing: Adams vrt

Wheel Sealant: Auto glym wheel selent

Interior Protectant: Auto Glym interior protectant

Leather Care: Adams leater and/or Auto glym Leather

Quick Detailer: Admas quick detailer and/or Auto Glym quick wax spray
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