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    what are the good brands?

    Hi, all. I am new to this forum as well as to this business. Right now, I am looking for ranking information about car care product manufacturers or brands. Any one knows where I may find it?

    I have heard Meguiar’s is a famous brand. Anyone can tell me other brands/makers compatible in quality and reputation? Who are the major players in US in car care products?

    Thanks a lot for help.

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    Check out the online store link located on this site. You can`t go wrong with any of the products there, although a ranking system is completely up to you.

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    check out these links....they are the product lines that I use...

    http://www.nvo.com/prodcarcare/door/

    http://www.moreshine.com/

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    Griot`s Garage products are used on some of the finest cars in the world. I use them exclusivly on all my customers cars, they just love this stuff. All thier products come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee and lifetime guarantee. www.griotsgarage.com
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    all of production car care`s products have a 100% money back guarntee....also....you could buy a gallon of productions products for the price of a 16 oz bottle of some of griots product.

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    The major players in the auto detailing busnessare Meguiars Mothers Eagle One and 3M. Their is also Zaino Zymol Klasse Collinite P21s/S100 and Pinnical. Their are also others that are very good.

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    I use Auto Magic.... easy to use and long lasting if you want good prices check out this web site sparkleauto.com i found they beet the manufacturers prices they offer... hope this helps...
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    I use Poorboy`s Products. Easy to use and can be used in the sun .. what could be better.

    http://www.poorboysworld.com/
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    Blackfire is a good company for a gloosy wax.

    But for cleaning products, I go with Eimann Fabrik. I love their stuff, its simply amazing what it can do.
    http://tassadar.ezekial.net

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    Shine? That's not a shine Cujo31's Avatar
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    I have to agree with Tass on the EF stuff. I love the glass cleaner and the Multi Purpose cleaner. I have yet to meet an engine I cant get clean with this stuff.
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    Depending what application your doing but I like Pro


    www.prowax.com

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    Cool

    i use 3m products mostly the compounds finesse it and microfinishing compound and glaze. i use meguairs polishes sometimes, i use the medallion wax if im only waxing the car. crystal shine by carbrite is a very versitile product and will produce amazing results used correctly almost always i will use crystal shine and finnesse it in 3-4 steps followed by a paste wax . i carry alot of other stuff with me every car is different ,sometimes you need something with alot of oils in it if you get a real dry car (dead paint) so you have to go with something a little more oily to rejuvinate it some of those junky chemicals may be just what you need sometimes to get you out of a hairy situation !!!
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    MMMMMMMMM.....Del Taco......about the only thing I miss about cali.....that and In & Out Burgers.......Someone mail me a double double.....animal style!!!

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    I`ve used 3M products for some time and love them. I also use P&S Car Care products. They have been in business for over 20 years. They have a system called smart wax. You have 4 levels from extra cut compound to finishing wax. I have used this with Ardex swril remover and 3M glaze for a great finish
    Old Enough To Know Better, Too Stupid To Care....

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    Fisnished w/ Pro products...
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