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OT What Car Polish do You like ?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by eagleonePA, Feb 13, 2007.

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  1. eagleonePA

    eagleonePA TS Member

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    I like Malms. It is easy to apply, but only lasts for 4 or 5 months.
    Good Luck and God Bless, Bill Ivins
     
  2. W.P.T.

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    Liquid Glass and or Meguires ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  3. mizzou

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    Zaino Brothers..New Jersey..For show car primarily..resonably priced works great..order from their website..Mizzou
     
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    meguires or mothers are the only thing that will tough my chevelle
     
  6. Bocephas

    Bocephas Well-Known Member

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    Liquid Glass works for me,easy on,easy off.

    Bo
     
  7. grnberetcj

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    My favorite is the one that the detailer applies!

    'nuf said!

    Curt
     
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    mixer Well-Known Member

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    Nu Finish every six months.


    Eric
     
  9. frank t

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    Zymol

    Rated #1 by Consumer Reports
     
  10. Mac V

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    I don't even bother with polishes any more.

    There have been enough reports published in various trade journals that indicate that the clear coat finishes in use for the last 5-or-so years are so tough that polishes and waxes add little if anything to their durability or their ability to protect the color coat. There are too many better things to do with your time than "Wax on...Wax off".

    Mike
     
  11. Mongo-808-

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    Original Liquid Glass.

    Used the old Blue Coral 3 step a looooong time ago. It took 4 hours to do a Camaro. The finish cam out so smooth a moth tried to land on the car & slid off.

    Mongo~David
     
  12. blizzard

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    how about on single stage paint?
     
  13. incognito

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    Here's a nice polish girl that will make you shine!
     
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    Incognito..........WOW !!! Many Thanks !!! LOL !!!...Uncle Sam, Pa.
     
  15. phirel

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    I like whatever the people who wash and wax my car use.

    Pat Ireland
     
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    It's a little hard to find but I think the best and easy to work. Leave it on overnight if you want. It is polish not wax.

    LeVernier's Custom

    Tekonsha Corp.
    Custom Division
    PO Box 128
    Syracuse, IN 46567

    Sorry, No website on can.
     
  17. Hauxfan

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    I'll have to ask them at the car wash next time I get it washed.

    Hauxfan!
     
  18. zucksrq

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    Try Rejex once and you will never use anything else.
     
  19. BMC

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    Polishing and Waxing are two different things. A polish is meant to revitalize and create high lustre and brilliant shine. Waxes are meant to simply protect the paint from the environment. Some waxes will contain the same or similar resins, polymers and silicones found in many polishes. Personally I believe the best polish is one which contains Teflon. The original poster asked about polishes versus waxing. They are two different things and I think it is important to know what a person wants to achieve.
    The number one thing a person should do is use a quality car care detergent when washing their vehicle. Many of these will serve clean without striping the wax or removing the nutrients that contribute to a deep, brilliant shine. Never use dish soap. You will find that if you start with a good detergent, you won't have to polish nor wax as often.
     
  20. Beretta Blue

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    You are all living in the past.........Try Eagle 1's wax as you dry. It's a spray you put on the vehical as you dry it. Use a quality chammy (sp?) you'll never wax or polish again........and what the hell, you dry your car or truck anyway so it does't waterspot Right? I haven't waxed or polished in many, many years, a GREAT product, try it.
     
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