Automotive Care & Detailing Discussions on washing, waxing, polishing, detailing, cleaning and maintaining the beauty of your Lexus. me out please!

Old 04-16-19, 04:45 PM
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Originally Posted by 46750 View Post

I mix and match product combinations, I don't stick with just one brand as you can tell...but I do tend to try and use compounds/polishes with the coinciding pads from the same manufacturer. There are entirely too many detailing products on the market these days, so try not to be overwhelmed. Check out Autopia or AutoGeek for an absolute wealth of additional info on the art of detailing if you really want to take things to the next level...
Amen to that, way to much stuff out there and, IMO, much of it unnecessary. It seems most of the product lines have sub-lines and a product for this, that and so on.

I feel for newbs these days as there are soooo many uTube shills out there pushing a separate product for each detailing task when many overlap or will do the same thing.
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