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elantragt
Here's mine:

For washing the car:
Blue Coral Car Wash

Various Waxes:
3M Perfect-It Showcar Paste Wax
Zymol Cleaner Wax
Meguiar's NXT Tech Wax
Meguiars Cleaner Wax
Meguiar's Deep Crystal Carnuba Paste Wax
Mother's Carnuba Cleaner Wax
P21S Carnauba Wax
Poorboy's EX Sealant

For Quick Touch ups:

Meguiar's Quick Detailer
3M Perfect-It Gloss Enhancer
Mother's Showtime Instant Detailer

Polish

Meguiar's Deep Crystal Polish

For Claying:
Mother's California Gold Clay Bar

For Scratch Touch-ups:
Kit's Scratch Out
Meguiar's Scratch X

For the Tires:
Stoner's More Shine Less Time

For the Leather:
Klasse Leather Cleaner/Protectant
Pinnacle Leather Conditioner

For Interior Vinyl/Plastic:
303 Protectant

For the Glass:

Stoner's Invisible Glass

For Black Exterior Trim:
Black Again
Meguiar's Gold Class Trim Detailer
Stoner's Trim Shine
Mother's Back to Black

Bug & Tar Remover:
Blue Magic Tar & Bug Gel

For the Wheels
Castrol Super Clean All Wheel cleaner

Misc.
303 Wiper Blade Treatment
Small interior detail brush
Hand Held Euro-Vac
P21S Drying Towel
ArmorAll Wipes (don't use lol)
Various Microfiber towels... sponges, mitts, applicator pads, chamois, drying towels etc.
Elbow Grease
Natef53
QUOTE (elantragt @ Jan 9 2005, 05:26 PM)
For Scratch Touch-ups:
Kit's Scratch Out
Meguiar's Scratch X
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I have a few scratches on the hood of my car, not very deep but very annoying to look at. Was wondering how those 2 products worked and if they were available at a local level or just something online?

Thanks!
Carbon08
QUOTE (Natef53 @ Jan 28 2005, 10:16 AM)
I have a few scratches on the hood of my car, not very deep but very annoying to look at. Was wondering how those 2 products worked and if they were available at a local level or just something online?

Thanks!
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You should be able to buy the Meguiar's Scratch-X at any local automotive supply company, or bigger dept. stores that have a auto care product section.

The Meguiar's is a great product, but it's not a cure all in many cases! And it requires a fair bit of work before it works! You have to be patient and rub and rub and rub! If you buy it, follow the instructions on the back!

Most very minor scratches will be removed, but deeper ones will require more in the way of a high speed rotary to generate enough heat and to remove a micro thin layer of paint to remove the scratch!
Bigs
Well here is mine!

Meguiars Gold Class Wax
Klasse AIO
P21S
Poorboy's SSR1
Poorboy's SSR2
Poorboy's SSR3
Poorboy's Trim Restorer
Poorboy's EX Sealant w/carnauba
Mothers Back to Black (retired)
Meguiars Clay System
Meguiars Leather Wipes
Mr Clean Auto Dry Car Wash
Lamb Wool Wash Mitts
Shit loads of different microfiber towels
WEN 6" Random Orbital Buffer (4000opm)
Loads of different buffings/applicator pads
Aerospace 303 Protectant
Turtle Wax Tire Wet
Armor All
Eagle One Window Cleaner
Meguiars QD
Compressed Air Cans
Blue Shop Towels
5 gal QSP Shop Vac (added May 12, 2005)!
Porter Cable 7424 Random Orbital Polisher (added May 22, 2005)! 676.gif
Lake Country Polishing Pads for PC (White, Orange & Black) (added May 2005)
California Car Duster (Added June 2005)
Poorboy's Bold & Bright Tire Dressing (May 2005)
Poorboy's Wheel Sealant (May 2005)
Poorboy's Wheel Cleaner (May 2005)
Micro-Restore Microfiber Detergent (added in 2006)
Poorboy's Leather Stuff 16oz (added in 2006)
Poorboy's Natural Look Dressing (added in 2006)
Simonize MF Wash Mitt - (added in 2006)
Meguiars Deep Pile Chenille Wash Mitt (added in 2006)
Meguiars Water Magnet Drying Towel 22"X30" (added in 2006)
Meguiars Deep Crystal Car Wash Soap (added in 2006)
Simple Green Max - (Added in 2006)
Stoner Ivisible Glass (added in 2006)
Simoniz mini Steamer/Cleaner (2006)
Microtex M/F chenille wash mitt (2007)
Greased Lightning wheel cleaner (2007)
Megiars Hot Tire Foam (2007)


That's it for now! More to come! wink.gif
MattCXX
Only thing I didn't see mentioned that I use all the time is Blue Coral Dri-Clean rug cleaner. Works wonders for such a little amount of involved.
ronc12
Just got this detail kit for a birthday present, can't wait to try it out. I'm not great at detailing but I do try to keep the car new looking. It's not work really, it's a hobby of sorts.

www.adamspolishes.com

The Essentials Kit
Catalog No : 8002
Price : $129.95
Our original 'Essentials Kit' is by far our most popular kit. If you are not sure where to begin, go with the Essentials Kit! It also includes an Instructional DVD that walks you through, step-by-step! From our high-suds, Ph neutral Car Wash, to our Butter Wax, the Essentials Kit has it all! Includes the Clay Bar, Detail Spray, VRT, Revive Polish, Butter Wax, two Microfiber Towels, applicator pads, and Detail Sponges. Also included is the Swirl & Scratch Remover, a thick, soft wash pad, and it's all nicely packaged in our 3.5 gallon Detail Bucket with a Spin-Off, sealed lid. Use the bucket for a stool to boot!
Bigs
Ron! Let us know how it goes with this kit! takepicture.gif
cclngthr
Here's mine

WASH

Paint/windows:
Soft cloth, preferably microfiber version x2
5 gallon bucket
Car wash of choice (I have used several)
Lots of water at a pressure that will remove dirt without scrubbing

I tend to wash the car 2-3 times because doing it once is not good enough.

For the tires:
Soft, but still firm bristle brush (made for wheels/tires), regular rag for general cleaning.
Wheel/tire cleaner can be used for heavy grime, but usually isn't necessary.

Exterior polishing:

PC orbital polisher with a buttload of different pads if necessary but hand polishing is usually recommended.
Wax of choice; I use a Dupont polish that has carnuba wax with teflon. This stuff lasts a long time plus it resists dirt.
microfiber towels of various sizes
For serious scratches, the polisher can remove those, but sometimes more evasive work is needed, which a pro should be consulted.
Touchup paint if necessary.


Interior will come later.
oiml8
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I tend to wash the car 2-3 times because doing it once is not good enough.


That is a really good point. thumbsup.gif
elantragt
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Car wash of choice (I have used several)


I tend to used pretty basic stuff like Blue Coral Wash for this and budget more of my detailing money for the waxing products. Are there really huge advantages to the higher priced car wash products?
cclngthr
QUOTE (elantragt @ Feb 24 2005, 03:05 PM)
I tend to used pretty basic stuff like Blue Coral Wash for this  and budget more of my detailing money for the waxing products. Are there really huge advantages to the higher priced car wash products?
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Not really. Soap is soap, does the same thing. However you will find wax in some solutions, which can cause problems if not enough product is used or if it dries too quickly. Some people might think the higher priced stuff is easier on the paint, but when I looked at the ingredients, the solutions had very similar ingredients to lower priced solutions.

When in doubt, compare the labels.

Not totally off topic, but if you are going to use dish detergent sad.gif they can be different in harshness.

Waxing should be what you should be more aware of the ingredients. Each is different and may not do what you want it to do. All waxes have some cleaners, but stuff like Meguires cleaner wax has more abrasives in it.

For my windows, I make up my own concoction. I use a cup of vinegar, a cup of rubbing alcohol and mix the two in a gallon jug and fill that with water. That really cuts the grime. Paper towels are the recommended wipe because they won't streak like hell. The solution is good for your window washing fluid as well. It is able to cut the grime plus keep the window from getting too bad on road debris.
elantragt
I may try that window cleaning solution! thumbsup.gif

I have to admit there was a time way back when I did use dishwashing soap to clean my cars. It was handy and I got lots of suds... of course I was probably washing away a lot of my wax too! blush.gif
gonzo777
huh.gif You guys definitely put me to shame.

I have:
Armor All Car Wash
Armor All Auto Glass Cleaner
Meguiars Cleaner Wax
Meguiars Leather Care (every oil change)
Next Dimension Leather wipes (every other wash or so)
Rain-X wipes

And I used to have some Armor All matte finish Dash Wipes, but now I can't find them in any store I've looked in recently!

In decent weather I wash, dry, vacuum, quick-detail, and clean windows about weekly.

I wax when the water doesn't bead up as much.

I think my chamois got dropped by the kids because I have lots of swirlies now. I'm hoping that the Meguiars will help out but I think I'll try their Clay Bar kit once the weather starts to improve. I also need to clean the engine compartment.
ricerrx7
I must be a slacker, I only have a "california duster" and a little duster for the inside. My car is starting to look pretty rough though, so maybe I'll invest in some detailing stuff...
gonzo777
I do have a foam-type chamois that's worked great for me but I'll need to replace it this year I think.

Whenever I've used towels I get scratches.
oiml8
Do you have any m/f towels gonzo? Not all are created equal either. There is a cd test i guess. Take a cd and rub the m/f towel on it. If you get scratches on the cd them it is no good for the paint finish
gonzo777
QUOTE (oiml8 @ Feb 25 2005, 01:47 PM)
Do you have any m/f towels gonzo?  Not all are created equal either.  There is a cd test i guess.  Take a cd and rub the m/f towel on it.  If you get scratches on the cd them it is no good for the paint finish
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Perhaps I was interpreting it wrong ... like:

the m/f car won't start again, or the m/f dog chewed my shoe again ...

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So what's m/f then?
oiml8
LMAO

sorry, micro-fiber towels. Here's a link to some examples
gonzo777
QUOTE (oiml8 @ Feb 25 2005, 02:02 PM)
LMAO
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ooooooooohhhh that makes sense now! biggrin.gif

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Yeah, I can be a dumbaxe at times groucho.gif ...thick as a brick... not the sharpest knife in the drawer ... one fry short of a happy meal ... and all that.

I'll definitely look into new towel options now - thanx!
oiml8
I laugh cuz I thought the same thing for a long time. I was like, "Why is everybody cussing these towels they seem to like so much" wacko.gif

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gpagpa
OT: I think there was an episode of Threes Company about this, when Jack was..... and just like every sit com, misunderstanding signs-groan.gif This actually brought a chuckle up, sorry it was at your expnese gonzo. :egtmem: we've all been there.
gonzo777
At my expense? Feel free to charge that account as much as you like. biggrin.gif

Man, I figure if I can't laugh at myself I have no business laughing at anyone else.

We're all dumb and clueless sometimes - some more often than others wink.gif - and I've all but lost my inhibition to admitting my faults, weaknesses, etc.

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KeWLKaT
Yea, so, if I buy any towels do dry/wash my car, what kind/fabric? How many? I would like to improve sad.gif
bikerPA
Microfiber (or microfibre if you're from Canadia) towels are what you're after. They're a sort of über-wicking ultra-soft synthetic material. They're best found at Costco, but I've used the Sam's Club ones without any problems. The best tip I can give: If one hits the ground while you're using it, don't use it again until you've washed it. These things pick up ANYTHING they touch.
KeWLKaT
alright, i'll go for costco ones then

how many for one wash/drying though?
Bigs
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Man, I figure if I can't laugh at myself I have no business laughing at anyone else.


Well said my friend! biggrin.gif

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Gtblue1
for the cd test of the m/f towels, how should you do this test? just gently wipe across the cd? Give a little muscle behind it as if you were cleaning windows? A back and forth motion? Just trying to get an accurate idea for the test.
roydjt
Wipe with similar effert to what you would wipe your car, whether it be for drying or buffing. I would think that more oomph would give a truer test of the abrasiveness of the towels.

-Roy
KeWLKaT
what is this cd test you guys are talking about?
Carbon08
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Professional Products Exterior:

Meguiar's #83 Dual Action Cleaner Polish

Meguiar's #34 Final Inspection

Meguiar's # 9 Swirl Remover 2.0

Meguiar's #82 Swirl Free Polish

Meguiar's #7 Show Car Glaze

Meguiar's #80 Speed Glaze

Meguiar's #23 Hi-Tech Yellow Wax

Meguiar's #39 Heavy Duty Vinyl Cleaner

Meguiar's #40 Vinyl/Rubber Cleaner/Cond.

Meguiar's #17 Clear Plastic Cleaner

Meguiar's #10 Clear Plastic Polish

Meguiar's #18 Clear Plastic Detailer

Klasse All In One

Klasse Sealer Glaze

Poorboy's SSR1, SSR2.5, SSR3 Swirl Removers

Malco Speed Glaze

Malco Speed Wax

Poorboy's EX Sealent w/Carnauba

Poorboy's Trim Restore

Pinnacle Souveragn Wax

P21S Concours Wax

Wheel Brite Acid Wheel Cleaner

Malco Adhesive & Label Remover

Malco KA-88 Degreaser

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Consumer Products Exterior:

Meguiar's NXT Wax (Paste & Liquid)

Meguiar's NXT Insane Tire Shine

Meguiar's NXT Tire Cleaner

Meguiar's NXT Speed Detailer

Meguiar's Exterior Trim Detailer

Meguiar's Gold Class Wax

Meguiar's Cleaner Wax

Meguiar's Endurance Tire Gel

Meguiar's Plastix

Meguiar's Scratch X

Meguiar's Color X

Meguiar's Hot Rims All Wheel Cleaner

Mother's California Gold Clay Bar System

Mother's Back To Black

Mother's Cleaner Wax

Mother's Sealer Glaze

Mother's Carnauba Wax

Mother's Hot Wheels Premium Wax

Eagle A2Z All Wheel Cleaner

Simple Green Degreaser/Ceaner

Stoners Glass Cleaner

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Professional Products Interior:

Malco Potent Purple Interior Cleaner & Degreaser (It's all you really need! Amazing Stuff)

Malco Little Red Thunder

Malco Dress All For Interior (& Exterior)

Meguiar's All Purpose Cleaner

Malco Odor Fogger


Consumer Products Interior:

Meguiar's Quik Interior Detailer

Tannery Leather Cleaner/Conditioner

303 Aerospace Protectant

Woolite Laundry Detergent

Meguiar's Carpet Cleaner

Meguiar's Extra All Surface Cleaner

Meguiar's NXT Glass Cleaner

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Polishers & High Speed:


1 X Porter Cable 7424 Polisher

2 X Harbor Freight High Speed Rotaries

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Polishing Pads & Accessories:

Meguiar's D.A. Buffer Backing Plate

Meguiar's Soft Buff Foam Cutting Pad (6.5") X 4

Meguiar's Soft Buff Foam Polishing Pad (6.5") X 4

Meguiar's Soft Buff Foam Finishing Pad (6.5") X 4

Meguiar's Ultimate Bonnet (6.5") X 4

Lake Country D.A. Velcro Backing Plate

Lake Country Cutting Pad (6.5") X 4

Lake Country Polishing Pad (6.5") X 4

Lake Country Finsihing Pad (6.5") X 4

S.M. Arnold Wool Cutting Pad X 1

S.M. Arnold Foam Polishing Pads X 2

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Other Gear:

Stinger Shop Vac & Accessories.

Bissell Pro Heat Carpet Extractor

Coleman 1500 PSI Pressure Washer

Various Horse Hair Brushes and Scrub Brushes

Wash Buckets and Mitts etc.

Waffle Weave Drying Towels

Meguiar's Ultimate Wipes X 8

75 -100 Assorted Terry Towels & M/F's.


I'm not even sure if that's everything??? This is from my inventory list, and I'm sure I have to add a few things!

Man.....Oh Man.....Anybody need anything...hahahahaha
roydjt
if you're planning on using a towel, wash mitt, etc., on your car, test it on a CD first and make sure it doesn't scratch the CD. If it will scratch your CD, it will scratch your car.

-Roy
cclngthr
I heard somewhere where a leaf blower dries a car well; can't remember where (must be getting old). Haven't tried it yet though.
Carbon08
QUOTE (cclngthr @ Feb 26 2005, 01:53 AM)
I heard somewhere where a leaf blower dries a car well; can't remember where (must be getting old). Haven't tried it yet though.
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I use my shop vac (cleaned out) on the blower port and it works very well also!

really helps push the water out of crevices! Just be sure where you aim the nozzle, if aimed at the ground by mistake you will blow dust back on a freshly washed car! angry-hitselfonhead.gif Start at the top of the car work your way down!

Good Point CC!
cclngthr
QUOTE (f1guy68 @ Feb 25 2005, 10:00 PM)
I use my shop vac (cleaned out) on the blower port and it works very well also!

really helps push the water out of crevices!  Just be sure where you aim the nozzle, if aimed at the ground by mistake you will blow dust back on a freshly washed car! angry-hitselfonhead.gif  Start at the top of the car work your way down!

Good Point CC!
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I did not think the vac had that much blow power as the leaf blower (which I assume the leaf blower had more).

Another thing I've done is raise the car on jackstands and pressure-wash the undercarriage; preferably before washing the car. Make sure you don't remove the undercoating. If you don't have some undercoat, it would be a good idea to get some put on.
Carbon08
QUOTE (cclngthr @ Feb 26 2005, 02:13 AM)
I did not think the vac had that much blow power as the leaf blower (which I assume the leaf blower had more).

Another thing I've done is raise the car on jackstands and pressure-wash the undercarriage; preferably before washing the car. Make sure you don't remove the undercoating. If you don't have some undercoat, it would be a good idea to get some put on.
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You're right! The leaf blower will be more powerful, but the shop vac gets the job done without being over powered!

It all helps!

B)
tmant
QUOTE (f1guy68 @ Feb 26 2005, 01:00 AM)
really helps push the water out of crevices
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Then perhaps an air compressor would be a useful alternative to get to the crevices!

Always trying to give another reason to use my air compressor. rofl.gif Not sure if I will try that though. Although I have considered it to help blow away water on the engine if I get bold enough to tackle that.
oiml8
tmant, was it you that just bought that 3 or 5 gallon compressor a few months ago that you were asking opinions on? (memory is the first thing to go lmao)

I haven't tried the blowing the water out thing. I wish i had thought of that a long time ago. Plus i have all 3 to choose from. Compressor, shop vac, and leaf blower. I guess i really have an arsenal at my disposal. 676.gif
Carbon08
QUOTE (tmant @ Feb 27 2005, 02:47 AM)
Then perhaps an air compressor would be a useful alternative to get to the crevices!

Always trying to give another reason to use my air compressor.  rofl.gif  Not sure if I will try that though.  Although I have considered it to help blow away water on the engine if I get bold enough to tackle that.
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The compressor will work as well! No worries on using it. Just keep common sense in mind and it will be fine! Works great in the engine bay. Just don't put the nozzle right on hoses/wires etc. as the pressure could do some damage, but you can get close enough to remove the standing water.
cclngthr
If you can get access to a wide air port nozzle for the air compressor, that works better. I also suggest having a drier (like the catch-can devise on HP.com) attached so excess water and dirt don't get sprayed on the now clean car.
tmant
QUOTE (oiml8 @ Feb 27 2005, 08:46 AM)
tmant, was it you that just bought that 3 or 5 gallon compressor a few months ago that you were asking opinions on?  (memory is the first thing to go lmao)
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That was me. I wasn't sure what to look for but I ended up with a 6 gallon 125psi model from Target for $80 or $90. It came with a nail gun and uses oil. I figured that was my best value. I think I will be upgrading to a much larger one when I can justify all the cool things you can do with an air compressor!

QUOTE (cclngthr @ Feb 27 2005, 01:41 PM)
I also suggest having a drier (like the catch-can devise on HP.com) attached so excess water and dirt don't get sprayed on the now clean car.
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How does this drier work or is it attached to the nozzle of the compressor?
Carbon08
I could be wrong here but I believe what CC is talking about is the filter/dryer assembly that mounts just aft of the outlet port on the compressor and then the hose will attach to that.

The dryer will remove any excess condensation and crap that accumulates within the compressor and will not get sprayed all over your car when using the compressed air.

Not sure if you have ever seen a "vapour trail" of water come out of the air nozzle when using an air compressor? That's the crap you want to avoid if possible.

It's also a good idea to drain the tank after use of the compressor to help eliminate condensation and rust inside the tank as well.

Perhaps Collin could provide a link or two to the topic at HP or elsewhere that you could buy the best unit for the money?
tmant
I get it. I was trying to understand how that applied to the engine cleaning where you are blowing water anyway. It definately makes more sense to have that for the crevices after the wash.

My cheapo compressor does not have that part. I do empty it after use and get a few drops of water everytime coming out. It's convenient to do since it only takes but a moment to fill that tank up.
cclngthr
The drier I referred to is a unit with a filter that collects the moisture and dirt in the compressor. You would normally want one on anyway to prevent water from being blown into your air tools. The Hp link is http://www.hyundaiperformance.com/forums/topic.php?t=46353.
enascarblack3
Well heres mine: You know the soap that the garages use on their floors? well I use that alot espicially for the tires. Zymol Cleaner Wax and black magic for the tires and dash. I wish I could submit a picture but I have a 2002 Elantra Gls. Looks clean and I love the spring and summer time. Time to wax that car!
2Fast2Furious
Here's my list:

Mr. Clean Auto Dry system
sponge

I've been using this stuff for four months and it works great. I have never needed wax. I don't know why you guys use so much stuff. Seems like a waste of time to me. huh.gif



www.wayofthemaster.com
Bigs
QUOTE (2Fast2Furious @ May 12 2005, 04:16 PM)
I've been using this stuff for four months and it works great. I have never needed wax.  I don't know why you guys use so much stuff. Seems like a waste of time to me. huh.gif
www.wayofthemaster.com
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2Fast,

Wow that's like a blow to the heart! laugh.gif Once you see what Klasse AIO and P21S or Poorboy's EX sealant does (or any good wax), it's worth the time and effort! But it has to be in you! We all have our hobbies!

Mr Clean auto dry works very well as I use it! Unfortunately, it does not protect your paint!
mydartswinger
Waxes and Polishes
Meguiar's Deep Crystal System(all 3 steps: Cleaner Wax, Polish, and Wax)
Meguiar's Gold Class Polish

Soap
Meguiar's Gold Class Car Wash

Interior
Mequiar's Gold Class Leather Cleaner and Conditioner
Meguiar's Gold Class Quick Detailer
Mequiar's Odor Neutralizer
Armor All Interior Spray
Fabreeze Auto Spray
Off Brand Glass Cleaner
Armor All Glass Wipes

Wheels and Tires
Meguiar's Hot Rims Wheel Cleaner
Mequiar's Hot Shine Tire Shine

Trim
Black Jack Black Again

Detail Cleaning and Finish Repair
Mequiar's Scratch-X
Gunk Bug and Tar Remover(Clear Coat Safe)
Zymol Detail Spray


Tools
The Absorber Shammy
The Original California Duster
Wool Wash Mitt
Blue Paper Shop Towels
Meguiar's Microfiber Towels
roydjt
Wow, it's amazing what I've amassed in such a short time:

2x 1/2 gallon buckets
2x wash mitts
Mequiar's Deep Crystal car wash
Splatt! car was by Bar's Products
Poorboy's World Spray & Rinse wheel cleaner
Wolfgang clay bar
Armor-All glass wipes, cleaner wips, and leather protectant wipes (these suck IMO)
Mother's Back To Black
Kiwi synthetic chamois
Lexol leather conditioner
Meguiar's Spray Wax
Meguiar's Quik Detailer
Meguiar's NXT Tech wax
Turtle Wax 2000 plastic & vinyl protectant
303 Aerospace protectant
Rain-X windshield washer fluid additive
Rain-X concentrate
Turtle Wax 2000 tire foam (sucks as well)
terry wax applicators
microfiber towels

-Roy
MrGisriel
Formula 113 Paste Wax (Used on headlights)
Armor All Original Protectant
Meguiar's Hot Rims
Not Touch Seriously Wet Extreme Tire Shine
Black Magic, Tire Wet (Used on wheel wells)
Meguiar's NXT gen. Speed Detailer
Eagle One 20/20 Auto Glass Cleaner
Mother's Califonia Gold Clay Bar
Kit Carnauba Was & Wax
Mighty Boss Pro. Degreaser (Used to clean Tires)

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Goldenguy


Klasse AIO and a Mother's Clay Kit should be arriving on Tuesday! Not shown are microfiber towels and regular white towels.

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