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    For me, I use OPC a lot. Bacon grease doesn`t stand a chance.

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    Meg`s D-Line Glass Cleaner concentrate (D120).

    Meg`s D-line Synthetic X-press Spray Wax (D156)

    Meg`s D-line APC (D101)



    My wife uses almost as much of these three as I do.

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    ONR for general cleanup and Megs APC+ as a carpet cleaner. Eventually D120 when I burn through the rest of the stuff I hate in the CAR.

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    Meg`s D-Line Glass Cleaner concentrate (D120)

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    ONR cut 32:1 for glass, OPC at 3:1 for general cleaning, 3D Carpet Shampoo cut 16:1 for spot cleaning carpets.
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    Certified Opti-Coat Pro/Pro 3 installer

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    Meguiars APC+. It cuts grease better than other products I have tried to date and is a good general cleaner.



    I just picked up a gallon of their glass cleaner concentrate this past weekend which I have wanted to try for quite some time. I will likely give that a shot on the windows of my house in the next week or two.

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    ONR mixed 1 OZ/gallon for exterior and interior windows. Wipe it on with a well rung out MF then take off with a professional grade squeege--it`s a snap once you get the hang of using the squeege. Windows really seem to stay clean much longer without water spots.

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    3D Orange Citrus Degreaser works really well on pretty much everything. Especially whitening up my kid`s shoes....
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    My roomate Taylor has been a huge help at the Renu shop on busy days. I use her all the time around the house.



    Making sandwhiches.

    Cleaning the kitchen.

    Keeping girls busy with girl talk in the kitchen while I call a cab.





    She`s great.

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    3D APC for the win!
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    ONR for mirrors, OPC for practically everything. I have also used 3d carpet shampoo on some rugs in the hall way with the pressure washer and brush attachment on the rotary.



    Dipping into my OPC for house use has made me go through it twice as fast, dang it for being so expensive haha. I have considered trying one of the 3d or Meg`s APC`s next time around.
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    I don`t always drink car care products... but when I do I prefer ONR

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    HD Total- No odor, no residue, no need to rinse.

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    I have seen this discussed elsewhere and whilst I do not object to people using multifunctional products, some car should be taken. The most notable problem is that very few automotive products are remotely bactericidal. My experience in the UK is that most of those on detailing forums have little realisation of this - detailing products will clean, but they won`t kill bacteria or bugs. Even on vehicles, a lot of people will routinely clean the likes of algae or mildew with an APC only to find it comes back a month later because they failed to kill it. The same is true in the house and it is probably more important. In the likes of the kitchen or bathroom, it is remiss not to use a bactericidal product because these areas are filled with bacteria and germs and most automotive products will manage only to remove soiling, not kill the bugs. This is especially important if you have children because they are much worse at washing hands, licking fingers etc.



    So my advice is to go ahead with detailing products where germs are not a problem, but where germs may breed, get a product which is designed for that purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Fermani
    3D Orange Citrus Degreaser works really well on pretty much everything. Especially whitening up my kid`s shoes....


    I thought you were about to say whitening my kid`s teeth. mwahaha
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