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Old 06-09-14, 04:26 PM   #16
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I have been using Meguiars Gold Class Shampoo & Conditioner for years. It cleans everything (dirt, bird bombs etc) right off easily and leaves a good shine and smell.

I thought this is one of the most commonly used car wash shampoo that is not too overly expensive but offer good result. I'm surprised to see no one recommended this.
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Old 06-09-14, 05:42 PM   #17
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Turtle Wax car wash. inexpensive and does the job just fine. 1 gallon is about 6 bucks from autozone
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I just bought some P21s Body Conditioning Shampoo, heard good things about it. will try it out and update.
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Old 06-11-14, 04:52 AM   #19
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in the winter i like to use urine because its warm, slick, and makes any finish shine. For the rest of the year i use chemical guys citrus wash and gloss to strip waxes and meguiars hyperwash for weekly washes
Who makes urine and is it available in larger quantities?

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Optimum Car Wash, Sonax shampoo, Car Pro Reset Intensive.
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Optimum Car Wash, Sonax shampoo, Car Pro Reset Intensive.
carpro's reset is what i'm using now, although i find that it leaves behind a white powdery residue not on the paint itself, but on black moulding and trim. it blow away easily enough, but it's annoying to deal with.

i'm only using reset because the car is coated in cquartz finest and it was recommended to me by my local detailer.
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I just bought some P21s Body Conditioning Shampoo, heard good things about it. will try it out and update.
I cleaned my car today using the two bucket method and P21S Shampoo and it was amazing. Left my car shinier than ever. Definitely worth trying, don't believe it is that expensive either.
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carpro's reset is what i'm using now, although i find that it leaves behind a white powdery residue not on the paint itself, but on black moulding and trim. it blow away easily enough, but it's annoying to deal with.

i'm only using reset because the car is coated in cquartz finest and it was recommended to me by my local detailer.
Reset leaves a powdery residue? I have been using this shampoo since it was released and have never experienced such a thing. Are you sure it is not simply pollen or other airborne contaminate that may land on the trim when it is damp and stick to it before you dry it off?

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Ricks Best shampoo with wax.
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regardless of how 'good' or 'bad' a car shampoo is, if you have bad technique, bad tools, it won't make a bit of difference.

Use the two bucket method, with grit guards, and a good quality lambs wool or microfiber wash mitt. Only do a small section before cleaning the mitt in the rinse bucket, the reload in the wash bucket.

For me Meguiars Hyper Wash in the gallon/concentrate is great stuff..
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I have been using this stuff all of last summer. I got tired of using the other stuff since it didn't provide enough suds. This stuff suds up just perfect and they last. Leaves a good shine and just works great. I also use their ultimate wax too. I am anxious to see how nice the new color of Smoky Granite Mica looks all nice and waxed!

I have been using this stuff for years. Used it on my sti and now on the f. Stuff works remarkably well and is a great bang for the buck
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I use Optimum Car Wash and mix it with a little bit of Optimum No Rinse Wash & Shine
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Old 06-30-14, 05:49 PM   #28
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Maguires gold class car wash looks great and smells good! Cost effective also. I highly recommend it.
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