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Old 02-04-2006, 01:53 PM   #1
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i dont know how much the liquid glass precleaner cost but if it was as much as the liquid glass itd be alot anyone know of any cheaper ways to effectively clean off any dirt and wax?
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i dont know how much the liquid glass precleaner cost but if it was as much as the liquid glass itd be alot anyone know of any cheaper ways to effectively clean off any dirt and wax?
Dish soap (dawn, palmolive) will remove any old wax. If you aren't going to claybar or deep crystal clean I'd just wash it with dish soap and wax it up.
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That'* what I use.
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what exactly is clay bar/crystal clean? it sounds abrasive... and sound slike it would leave residue
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i dont know how much the liquid glass precleaner cost but if it was as much as the liquid glass itd be alot anyone know of any cheaper ways to effectively clean off any dirt and wax?
I'm bumping this because I was at the parts store an LG precleaner was 4.99. So if you want, it'* really not expensive, go ahead and get some of that.
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what exactly is clay bar/crystal clean? it sounds abrasive... and sound slike it would leave residue
both are very common. And make a WORLD of difference. Much less harsh than dish soap, IMO.
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