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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Dodo lime prime used to be a nice paint cleaner in Klasse Aio, Werkstatt Prime, P21 grouping.

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    I bought some of the Dodo, still unopened on a shelf. Ahhhh, too many products can be bad

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    OK I am bumping this thread;
    How about Lusso Car care Products and their wax Oro?
    Someone within this forum probably has this wax sitting on the back shelf in their beverage `fridge in the garage they forgot about.
    (For those who wonder about the `fridge part, waxes should be stored in a cool place to prolong their life span, which is what "discriminate" wax connoisseur Autopians did/do with hi-end waxes, like Zymol or Svisswax)
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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Lonnie, I could see a cooler being used for wax storage, but Ronkh, i think, told me not to store them in a regular fridge because of the dehumidifier (?)

    Not sure the reason any more, but I quickly took out the waxes I had stored in there after he said that.
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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    I store my Souveran at room temperature with no longevity issues.
    Treat it like it`s the only one in the world.
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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Man, this thread is still going? Who started this, anyway?
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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Lol

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    How about p21 use to top my layers of klasse with it.

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    As far as storing waxes in the refrigerator, here`s the thread on this subject from November of 2007:
    https://www.autopia.org/forums/car-d...t=refrigerator
    Interesting note was to store them in Zip Lock bags or sealed containers to prevent them from drying out due to the de-humidifier/de-icing feature found on most modern `fridges today.

    Speaking of waxes,do you know of anyone who has bought and used Chemical`s Guy`s Project J97 Ultra Refined White Brazilian Wax at $850.00 for an amount of product CG doesn`t even specify, other than the package weight is 4.2 pounds?
    The subject of paying THAT much for a wax, is it worth it, and the logic or common sense (or lack thereof) of the buyer is not the question.
    It`s kind of like buying a Ferrari; if you are concerned about the initial purchase price or operating/maintenance costs, it`s not the car for you.
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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Nope. Do not know anybody who`s ever bought that expensive Chemical Guys wax.

    The most expensive one i bought was Fuzion, and that was at a massive discount due to some error on labels, or container, or something.

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie View Post
    The subject of paying [a lot] for a wax, is it worth it, and the logic or common sense (or lack thereof) of the buyer is not the question.
    It`s kind of like buying a Ferrari; if you are concerned about the initial purchase price or operating/maintenance costs, it`s not the car for you.
    Right. IMO this Detailing stuff is a perfect example of Discretionary Expenditures/Luxury Goods; stuff that ya only spend $ (and time ) on after all life`s genuinely important stuff is all squared away.

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    I sure hope folks see it that way/ spend accordingly that way.
    Treat it like it`s the only one in the world.

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Would love to see a deep dive to find one of the first ever threads on here and what they were posting about

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    Re: Products You Don`t Hear Too Much About Anymore...

    Quote Originally Posted by William_Wallace View Post
    Would love to see a deep dive to find one of the first ever threads on here and what they were posting about
    Predictably, *my* first post (pre-2000 as we hadn`t moved here yet) was about using BHBs to wash NOT off-topic as those particular BHBs are no longer available; finding decent ones is very challenging these days

    How about p21 use to top my layers of klasse with it.
    Unless you simply *can`t stand* the look of the KSG (which I can understand), I`d avoid topping it since, untopped, you can just keep refreshing the KSG indefinitely unless something cuts through it and actually mars the paint. Just thinking out loud and remembering what I went through doing all that layering when KSG was my go-to for some vehicles...

 

 
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