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    Re: P&S Brake Buster Non-Acid Wheel Cleaner(first use)

    Quote Originally Posted by gorram View Post
    I grabbed a gallon as well during a sale last year I think more or less to hit a dollar amount for a sale. I realized then I didn`t really need it that much as I clean the vehicles I take care of often enough that they`d probably clean up as good with Reset. I`m sure the ceramic pads have more to do with it. Think I had been using some Diablo Gel that had to be a lesser dilution then called for.

    Think some of the rationale was putting the IK foamer I picked up a while back into use since I never really bothered with it. I think I`ve got it at about 3:1 and didn`t have much issue with it but don`t take care of anything with a proper braking system or neglected cars either.

    Anybody ever try the Auto Fanatic one?
    Klasse act got it and liked it.... kinda expensive and i dont think any cleaner can foam on rinse off and clean a 2 week old dirty wheel.

    Honestly just foam what ever on and wash with car soap. If you take car of your wheels pretty simple


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    Re: P&S Brake Buster Non-Acid Wheel Cleaner(first use)

    Just bought a gallon and have not opened it yet. Got a 16 ounce bottle for free. Have used it with good results so far but all wheels have been pretty clean to start with. Sounds likeI should have paid a little more and stayed with my trusty Poorboys World wheel cleaner. P&S was on sale and a really good price. Guess on some things you do get what you pay for.

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    Re: P&S Brake Buster Non-Acid Wheel Cleaner(first use)

    Quote Originally Posted by Van185 View Post
    Just bought a gallon and have not opened it yet. Got a 16 ounce bottle for free. Have used it with good results so far but all wheels have been pretty clean to start with. Sounds likeI should have paid a little more and stayed with my trusty Poorboys World wheel cleaner. P&S was on sale and a really good price. Guess on some things you do get what you pay for.
    If you keep your wheels clean it’s not a bad product especially at its price but with all the great reviews i was expecting magic i guess? It cleans well just not impressed more than any other wheel cleaner out their.


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    Re: P&S Brake Buster Non-Acid Wheel Cleaner(first use)

    I HAVE to bump this thread and ask if anyone has reached out to P&S about "problems" with their non-acid brake buster cleaner and anyone received any info back from them concerning this product.

    Honest reviews by fellow Autopians about product experiences are one of the reasons I am a member of this forum and I find it invaluable in car-care product purchases.

    I just wish car-care product manufacturers would have a customer-care/product/public relations representative respond to "concerns" and "problems" about their particular products. It just gives more credibility to their product line and company, although it may be difficult to admit a product chemical/manufacturing problem or diplomatically explain it may be a customer methodology/application user-error. Trying to defend a product`s performance or its price when it has undergone extensive development, testing, and marketing study viability by their company is not easy when all this time and money spent and the data analyzed to say it`s OK, but in the real world a good majority of the end-consumers are disappointed with a product, either because of "reasonable" price but no performance, or great performance but too high-priced.

    Just because one product (Bead Maker) is a huge success and Autopia Forum Favorite does not guarantee that ALL the other car-care products will be of that same performance. That said, there is a company and product performance reputation to uphold, and this one bad experience may have a negative impact on the entire line. No one needs to remind any car-care manufacturer that they have a lot of car-care product competition out there and good customer service is part of earning a good business reputation and being economically successful.

    By the way, isn`t P&S- Renny Doyle Double Black the preferred product line chosen to clean and detail the Presidential Air Force One jet?? Talk about a reputation to uphold!
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