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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Quote Originally Posted by TroyScherer View Post
    What product did you find that is not sold in the USA and have you already tried it?

    Why not order it if you know its what you really want?
    TroyScherer it is called Bouncers Done and Dusted SI edition. When looking for it I was not able to find any place that was selling it to anyone in USA.


    I am a fan of a few different QD products and IMO its all subjective. I would be looking for a real Nuba based product if you want that wet gloss of a just waxed look.
    TroyScherer- I have not used it before, it is called Bouncers Done and Dusted SI edition. When looking for it I was not able to find any place that was selling it to anyone in USA.

    Lonnie- Thank you for the links, I am going to take a look at them now,,thnx

    Thank you ALL for taking the time to help me ......

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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    ^ Fishing

    Am I correct that you have used this before? If you already sourced it why not order more?




    I am also a little surprised since this is an Si02 spray. And the description and directions read just like most other Si02 sealants. Its not really a QD other than you can use it while drying. especially when it has a 2hr cure time. In that case look at CarPro Reload, Gyeon Cure, etc....

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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    I`m a big fan of Duragloss Aquawax. Great gloss and fairly long lasting. Spray on, wipe off. I get mine locally through NAPA.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Quote Originally Posted by E-Jag View Post
    I`m a big fan of Duragloss Aquawax. Great gloss and fairly long lasting. Spray on, wipe off. I get mine locally through NAPA.
    Great stuff, when you run out, you might want to try #931 @QD ratio, its like AW on sterroids.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Angelwax QED is my favorite for a standard QD. If you want to have a little coating look but still in the nuba look and not the crispy sharp looks Angelwax Enigma QED is a great one too. The longevity is good at 1-2 months from the QED and 3 months from Enigma QED.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Quote Originally Posted by RTexasF View Post
    Finish Kare #425 will not disappoint.
    I heard this is good for not attracting dust ?????

    I applied BM and it seems to attract everything
    There’s a place in the brain for knowing what cannot be remembered.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Dan, thanks. I`m going to try it. If it`s like the rest of the DG offerings I may owe you a drink.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Quote Originally Posted by KBsToy View Post
    I heard this is good for not attracting dust ?????

    I applied BM and it seems to attract everything
    #425`s dust repellence reputation is from an era of oily QDs. I`ve compared it on my hood vs other modern stuff, and I noticed no spectacular difference.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Adams is great. Z6 always a treat. PB spray and gloss never disappointing


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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Fishing, I think Autogeek is now starting to carry the line you wanted.

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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Quote Originally Posted by kajunman View Post
    Fishing, I think Autogeek is now starting to carry the line you wanted.
    Thank you I will go take a look.

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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    My favorite is WOLFGANG INSTANT DETAIL SPRITZ. Will do what you are looking for !

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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Quote Originally Posted by kajunman View Post
    Fishing, I think Autogeek is now starting to carry the line you wanted.
    Amazing coincidence?

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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Prima Slick is also very dust repellent and leaves a glossy streak free finish. It’s a personal favorite on top of waxes and sealants.
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    Re: Detail Spray Help Please.

    Im a fan of 303 quick detailer. Granted i have turtle wax ice detailer, mothers instant detailer (stuff that comes with clay), ONR (blue) diluted in a spray bottle, Chemical Guys detail/wax, and something in a black bottle probably meguires something or other.

    Ive found ONR works just fine at cleaning up dust and prints, clean car that still has sealant = glossy car. 303 and ice leave an extra bit of reflection i think. I wouldnt pay extra for the fancy detailers, just get a spray way and slap down real protection if you want that.

    I feel like most detail sprays are the companies spray wax mixed with their rinseless wash (or a rinseless wash) or just rinseless wash if they dont offer protection.

    Id much rather use a spray bottle of ONR and my maintenance spray wax of choice. Though i have a lot of impulse buy detail sprays i need to use. Just my 2 cents on it. I wouldnt spend too much on detail sprays, seem like the largest gimmick of any detail product line IMO.

 

 
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