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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Lots of Poorboys stuff

    Spray and Wipe
    Spray and Rinse
    Bug Squash
    Super Slick n Suds
    Iron Remover
    APC+D (INSANELY economical)

    Non poorboys stuff

    Carpro PERL
    Mckees 37 Trim detailer (only dressing I can find in aerosol form for doing tight spaces)
    Megs Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax
    Tuf Shine Tire Cleaner
    Eco Green Carpet Care and Upholstery Cleaner

    Most of these items I have bought by the gallon more than once.
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronkh View Post
    Shouldn`t that be

    fk1000


    Sorry, couldn`t resist
    -AND-

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator
    ...Griot`s Polypropylene Window Wipes
    GG PFMs for Glass
    BHBs (full-size and for wheels) from Universal Brush
    FK1000P
    Meguiar`s UQW
    OCW...
    You mean, like...."shouldn`t that be FK1000P writ large?" instead of being buried in the list?

    Eh, at least it`s on the list, but I`m still working on my *first* tin of FK1000P and it probably has years` worth of applications left. At maybe 12 years (probably more) per tin, I won`t be buying very much of it.
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    OPC. It`s a little pricey but it really is my favorite APC. A little goes a long way 1 dilution ratio gentle enough for leather strong enough for engines.
    #845, It may be a while before I need another bottle.
    IUDJ: It does so much stuff really well: glass cleaner, interior cleaner and detailer, rinseless, clay lube, QD, spray wax, great pre treat for road salt residue, bug and bird sh!t remover. I might get my arm twisted to try UWW+ for the price point but it`s going to be really hard.
    Speed Master Pro Wheel Brush: Only wheel brush that will not snap or have all the bristles falling out. They don`t make them anymore but mine is 5 years old and going strong. It` useless on fine intricate rims but if they have room the brush is a beast. It`s about as close to the perfect wheel brush I have used.

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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Hyperwash- economical, foams nicely and coating safe.

    McKees foaming wheel cleaner gel- It works plain and simple.

    Hyper dressing- economical and user friendly

    Pretty much most of the Mckees 37 cleaners. From carpet and upholstery cleaner, total interior cleaner, leather cleaner etc.

    M205, HD Speed, M100, BOSS creams
    IGL Authorized Coating/Kenzo Installer

    Final Inspection Auto detailing- https://www.facebook.com/FinalInspection?_rdr=p
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    3D Yellow degreaser: It just works and at a great price.
    3D Towel Kleen: Same as above

    Gyeon Wet Coat: I just really like this product
    Gyeon Tire: A perfect Tire dressing for the way I like my tires to look.
    Gyeon CanCoat: Whats not to like. A coating in a can!

    Duragloss 902 Wash: Good and economical soap.

    I like to experiment with to many other products. So a short list for me.
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    ONR
    Aquawax
    DG105
    303
    Leathermaster Vital
    Leathermaster Protection Cream
    Armor All Outlast
    Armor All Tire shine
    Rain-X Glass Cleaner
    Bare Bones
    M105/205
    Chemical Guys Leather Cleaner
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    To the original poster (OP- WaxAddict) of this topic thread: THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!
    You must have read my mind because another name for this thread topic is: "Your List of the Best/favorite Product(s) for Specific Detailing Tasks"
    I was hoping to start a similar thread, now that the vehicle detailing season is about to begin in earnest after the winter-weather hibernation/cessation. I am looking to replenish my detailing products arsenal, so these suggestions from my fellow Autopians could not have come at a better time.

    Chrome Polish: Meg`s M105 Compound for cleaning rust from chromed metal (good way to use it up, IF you have shelved this product due to its dusting characteristic during machine compounding), Optimum Metal Polish for chromed metal for mild cleaning and total polishing ; Simi-Chrome or MAAS metal polish for Interior chrome OR chromed plastic
    Lexan/Plastic Lens Instrument Panels: Meg`s No. 17 Plastic Cleaner and No.10 Plastic Polish and a soft Korean-made chamois/suede-type microfiber
    Navigation/Touch screens: Plexus Plastic spray and a soft Korean-made chamois/suede-type microfiber
    Wax: Collinite 915 Marque d`elegance Wax (cost-effective "boutique" (AKA, high-end) wax that looks great and LASTS, if you like the quintessential carnauba-gloss look. I do!)
    General Cleaning: Meg`s D101 All-Purpose Cleaner (cleaned ALOT of interiors (carpets, vinyl, coated leathers, fabrics, rubber floor mats) with this; use this for wheel-well cleaning because I am out of OPT Power Clean)
    Engine Degreaser and Wheel Wells: Optimum Power Clean (best degreaser, but it is (somewhat) expensive. One of the ONLY cleaners I`ve used for road-paint removal in wheel wells before having to resorting to thumb-nail scraping or Goof-Off)
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    In no particular order

    - Poorboys SSS
    - Poorboys DMT coral MF towels (LOVE these)
    - Poorboys Bug Squash
    - McKees 914 Rinseless
    - McKees Hydro Blue
    - Griots PFM
    - McKees SiO2 Auto Wash
    - McKees Extender Spray Wax
    - FK1000p
    - Grit Guards / Washboard

    Some of these are more in the category of "buy once, and last awhile", but i guess if I lost / Broke them, wouldn`t take me 2 minutes to reorder more / replacement.
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    -Stoner’s Tarminator
    -Stoner’s Xenit Citrus
    -Stoner’s Invisible Glass

    -Meguiar’s Xpress spray wax
    -Meguiar’s Quik Interior detailer
    -Meguiar’s Super degreaser
    -Meguiar’s Hyper wash
    -Meguiar’s fine clay kit

    -Optimum car shampoo

    -Rupes yellow/white pads
    -LC pads
    -Buff and Shine pads
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    How could I forget
    -HD Speed
    Meguiar`s D143 Non acid wheel and tire
    Optimum’s fabric and carpet cleaner
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Quote Originally Posted by Justins00ss View Post
    Hyper dressing- economical, foams nicely and coating safe.

    McKees foaming wheel cleaner gel- It works plain and simple.

    Hyper dressing- economical and user friendly

    Pretty much most of the Mckees 37 cleaners. From carpet and upholstery cleaner, total interior cleaner, leather cleaner etc.

    M205, HD Speed, M100, BOSS creams
    I’d really like to see your application process of Hyper “dressing”



    Made me think for a second, then I realized you meant “wash”.
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Aaaah!

    HD Speed. Love this as well. Protection it leaves isn`t too durable IME but gives a nice finish and is versatile.

    I have some McKees fast polish still to try out as well - hmmm.


    Quote Originally Posted by LEDetailng View Post
    How could I forget
    -HD Speed
    Meguiar`s D143 Non acid wheel and tire
    Optimum’s fabric and carpet cleaner

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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie View Post
    To the original poster (OP- WaxAddict) of this topic thread: THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!
    You must have read my mind because another name for this thread topic is: "Your List of the Best/favorite Product(s) for Specific Detailing Tasks"

    Yes, Thank You ... Helps us figure out who will be helping us test new products
    life is short ..do it while you can

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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Quote Originally Posted by Poorboy View Post
    Yes, Thank You ... Helps us figure out who will be helping us test new products
    How does one get on this list???
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    Re: Name the products that you buy again and again, and why

    Ahhh... THE LIST, the highly sought and ever so secretive list. You must first learn the secret handshake, found only in the Sorcerers 2nd Volume of Dark and Magical Detailing. You must also have been awarded the Crystal Orb of Golden Random Orbitals and Cashmere MicroFibers then become a Wax Waster of the First Order. Then and only then after years of practical application as an apprentence to one of the Twelve Master Detailers can one be considered for THE LIST.
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