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Old 09-10-2003, 12:37 AM   #1
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does ne one know where i could get some good wax that would make my car shine like it was brand new some good leather polish and glass cleaner would be nice too
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Mothers 3 phase system wax. Phase 3 is the Pure Carnauba wax. Best stuff IMO. Get all 3 phases and your paint WILL look like new.

For Leather cleaner I use Meguiars spray since the cream gets in the holes. Both work amazing and provides a nice shine to the leather.

The BEST Glass cleaner I have found is 'Stoner Invisible Glass'. It has a yellow cap on it. Use crumpled newspapers instead of paper towels and you will have PERFECTLY clean and streak-free glass.

I detail cars for a semi-living...these products kick a$$.
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I just got some Meguiars Gold Class wax. It'* 10 bux a bottle, and comes with an applicator, claims to be their most reflective wax ever. It does the job and then some!!! Want proof? Check this out...

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=8114

EDIT: get a clay bar system as well, before you wax. You'll love how it feels, and looks. Any good wheel cleaner and black vinyl cleaner, and tire dressing will also help TONS.
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i use mother'* california gold and the occasional clay bar. i have been doing some detailing in my spare time and that seems to work the best.

armor all leather care is my choice for leather products.

you should be able to find both at a local fleet farm or checker auto. target should have the leather care.
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I use that Meguiars Gold too. Pretty good wax. I have no complaints.
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Try www.zainobros.com heard some great things about thier products.
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