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Old 10-09-2005, 14:01   #1 (permalink)
Bill
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Great Polish and Wax

Hey, I have an 05 Mustang, Redfire (G2). I wanted the best stuff to detail
it. So I surfed the net
and here is what I ordered and used:
www.showcarwax.com

Wow, the results were GREAT.

Does anyone else know of the best polish and wax they have used and could
recommend? But this stuff is great. I highly recommend it.

Aristocrat


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Old 10-09-2005, 14:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Great Polish and Wax

Bill wrote:
> Hey, I have an 05 Mustang, Redfire (G2). I wanted the best stuff to detail
> it. So I surfed the net
> and here is what I ordered and used:
> www.showcarwax.com
>
> Wow, the results were GREAT.
>
> Does anyone else know of the best polish and wax they have used and could
> recommend? But this stuff is great. I highly recommend it.



Lots of people use Zymol and Zaino. I've always used the Meguiers
3-step system (cleaner/polish/wax) with good results. Frankly, on a new
car with relatively unblemished paint, pretty much anything will look good.

Cheers,
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Old 10-09-2005, 14:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Great Polish and Wax

On Sun, 09 Oct 2005 15:47:30 GMT, "Bill" <billmcconnell@sbcglobal.net>
wrote:

>Hey, I have an 05 Mustang, Redfire (G2). I wanted the best stuff to detail
>it. So I surfed the net
>and here is what I ordered and used:
>www.showcarwax.com
>
>Wow, the results were GREAT.
>
>Does anyone else know of the best polish and wax they have used and could
>recommend? But this stuff is great. I highly recommend it.
>
>Aristocrat
>


My favorite is Klasse all in one.
It's a synthetic wax and lasts much longer than any carnauba based
wax, especially in hot climates.
Use Klasse sealant glaze and it lasts even longer.
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Old 10-09-2005, 14:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Great Polish and Wax

"Bill" <billmcconnell@sbcglobal.net> wrote in
news:mYa2f.13851$6e1.2162@newssvr14.news.prodigy.com:

> Hey, I have an 05 Mustang, Redfire (G2). I wanted the best stuff to
> detail it. So I surfed the net
> and here is what I ordered and used:
> www.showcarwax.com
>
> Wow, the results were GREAT.
>
> Does anyone else know of the best polish and wax they have used and
> could recommend? But this stuff is great. I highly recommend it.
>
> Aristocrat
>
>


Good thing you didnt post this on alt.autos.ford!

"Jeff" would gitcha for spamming and violation of the 'charter'!

On second thought.. do it!

He doesnt have anything else to do....make his day.
;)
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Old 10-10-2005, 05:01   #5 (permalink)
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don't laff.....

it's taken me a long time to come to grips with clearcoat.......I was so
used to: wash it....use cleaner......wax it......polish it.......hell,
I grew up with Blue Coral!

been using Mequirs yellow (sp?) for some years on the older
cars.....nice shine....some swirls on darker ones.....still some work to
it.....and I wondered about all the rubbing on the clearcoat.

for some years, I've used "New Finish" on the daily beaters......yeah,
that liquid stuff they sell in drug stores. not only is it easy and
fast, it's the only thing I've every found that lasts thru a winter of
sitting out and slogging thru salt. became a believer with my old white
Volvo.....any wax I tried would give up by January and the paint would
be stained by Spring. but the New Finish is still there no matter what.

started using it on the new car, too. Wow......doubt if there is any
wax in it......it leaves an almost greasy feel behind. but you know
what? it shines so much, the cars still look good when they're
dirty.........people ask me if I've had the beater painted........put it
on a Chrysler LHS 4 years ago and it still beads!

another Truth it took me 30 years to figure out.....chrome (remember
chrome?) I always used to wax and wax, trying to protect it. it would
still get nasty and pit.....I've had parts rechromed that pitted in the
garage having never even gotton wet. then I went the opposite
direction.....put nothing on it.....clean it with Windex or
similar.......theory is the wax tends to trap moisture and dirt.

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