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 Post subject: the best of the best
PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2010 1:52 am 
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so i keep hearing that these two companies are THE BEST in vehicle care products. does anyone here have any experience with either? adam's car care products and chemical guys... here are links

http://www.adamspolishes.com/
http://www.chemicalguys.com/

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 Post subject: Re: the best of the best
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:32 am 
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They sale good products, but I don't know if I would call them the best.

Some of their stuff is overpriced, IMO.

Also, I've never been a fan of sticking to once company for products. Not one company that I have found sales a perfect line. I mix and match for the best products.

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 Post subject: Re: the best of the best
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 7:37 pm 
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I agree 110% with 67 Customs.

IE, I use a mix of Surf City Garage, Meguiar's, and Mothers products. I won't use Meg's leather crap, but Mothers works so much better, and SSG tops Meg and Mothers for wax and washing stuff, at a good price, but the tire shine is over priced.

Just stick with what product does its intended purpose the best...JMO! :)

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 Post subject: Re: the best of the best
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HoosierJeeper wrote:
I agree 110% with 67 Customs.

IE, I use a mix of Surf City Garage, Meguiar's, and Mothers products. I won't use Meg's leather crap, but Mothers works so much better, and SSG tops Meg and Mothers for wax and washing stuff, at a good price, but the tire shine is over priced.

Just stick with what product does its intended purpose the best...JMO! :)

:shock: i use meguiar's rich leather car care like it's going out of style!!! love that stuff!

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 Post subject: Re: the best of the best
PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:46 pm 
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The Gold Class wipes are crap.

Mother's Leather cleaner is a lot more of a cleaner, granted I do top them off with Meg's Natural Shine, love the Natural Shine. I will say that I have yet to find a better replacement for that.

And Meg's Ultimate Compound and Swirl X have no equals.

But like Meg's leather, wheel cleaner (well goes for all wheel cleaners)....crap.


NXT 2.0 wax is dandy, if you prefer more of a cold shine, good on silver, white, gray...but I prefer SCG Carnuaba as I prefer a warmer, wet look....due to the KJ being Khaki and the LR3 Black.

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 Post subject: Re: the best of the best
PostPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2010 8:40 am 
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HoosierJeeper wrote:
The Gold Class wipes are crap.

Mother's Leather cleaner is a lot more of a cleaner, granted I do top them off with Meg's Natural Shine, love the Natural Shine. I will say that I have yet to find a better replacement for that.

And Meg's Ultimate Compound and Swirl X have no equals.

But like Meg's leather, wheel cleaner (well goes for all wheel cleaners)....crap.

NXT 2.0 wax is dandy, if you prefer more of a cold shine, good on silver, white, gray...but I prefer SCG Carnuaba as I prefer a warmer, wet look....due to the KJ being Khaki and the LR3 Black.

I agree, the Gold Class wipes and leather conditioner are junk. However, I love their Leather Cleaner w/Aloe and the Leather Conditioner w/Aloe. They usually can't be found in stores though. Shame.

I agree, if it wasn't for 303 Aerospace Protectant, Meguiar's Natural Shine would be my go to dressing.

I agree, Ultimate Compound, SwirlX and ScratchX have no equals.

Eagle One makes the best OTC wheel cleaner.

You already know my opinion on waxes. :D

Man, I have products from so many different lines.

The best thing to do is ask people that detail what products they prefer for each step and go to autogeek.net and shop. One of the widest ranges of detailing product lines I have ever seen in one place. Shop from differend brands, one shipping cost. Unless you go over a certain amount, and then it is free. :shock:

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