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Old 08-25-2004, 04:28 PM   #1
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http://www.nvo.com/prodcarcare/pages...catuid%3D10073

1-10 it'* a 10... I may be interested in this sometime soon. Anyone tried it?
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Never heard of it. Sounds good though. I wonder if there'* actually people who buy that stuff in 30 gallon containers. :o

I use Greased Lightning Orange Blast and that stuff is amazing.
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I agree. The Orange Blast works great on the gold lace rims.
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So its saying you dont have to scrub, just spray on and rinse off?
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orange blast is a blast or simple green either or would work
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So its saying you dont have to scrub, just spray on and rinse off?
Mainly, yes but for the more stubborn areas I use a soft round brush to get in between the diamond spokes.
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Yea, but at least for me they never work (similiar products), I always have to get down and scrub away. It does leave a nice sparkle on the wheel though.
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Yep, Great stuff. Had my car in for service last month. Replaced the rear brake shoes. You should have seen the brake dust that fell out of the brake drums. I could have filled up a baggie with the stuff.
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