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    V07 is great I buy it by the gallon, and it can be diluted as well. Blacklight is great also. It really cleaned up my dad's old Ford ranger.

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    Blacklight has got to be one of the easiest detailing products I've ever used. I've never had anything go on so easy and come off so easy.

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    I've been using Natty's Blue Paste wax for a long time and I love the sheen, but the durability just doesn't stand up to the Pacific Northwest rains. Was recommended Collinite 835 instead, will report with results when it's not 30 out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearbox88m View Post
    Blacklight has got to be one of the easiest detailing products I've ever used. I've never had anything go on so easy and come off so easy.

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    Totally agree. Same with the Butter Wet Wax---and it's such a forgiving product, i use it straight after a wash, right onto a wet car!

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    I've been using Griots's products for years. ... .. and Collinite for the past couple as well. This Fall I put Griot's Polywax on the Fiesta and Collinite 476 on the Miata for a winter comparison test. .. I started using Griot's WASH and WAX this summer and like the results, but during winter I use Griots' Waterless car wash. I've been looking at Chemical Guys' Waterless Wash and Wax and had it in my Amazon cart when I ran across .. William's Racing Waterless Wash and Wax. .. Some is only available shipped from Europe from (from Fuugo as far as I can tell ) but shipping is nearly the cost of the product itself. Amazon does have ONE of their products, still shipped from Europe but at least shipping isn't a killer. . We'll see if it's any good. ..
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    Did a quick polish/wax sesh this weekend:
    • Two bucket wash with Chemical Guys CWS_101
    • Meguairs Clay Bar using Optimum No Rinse as lubricant
    • Quick spray and wipe with Optimum No Rinse as a Quick Detailer....Towel Dry
    • Meguiars M205 + Orange Lake Country CCS Pad - Single Pass using Harbor Freight DA at full speed
    • ISP Spray and Wipe
    • Collinite 845 + Griots Red Wax Pad - Single coat with Harbor Freight DA set to speed 2


    Happy with the results! Still some swirls left but most are gone. I think next time I am going to do a single pass with M105 (heavier cutting compound) with Orange Pads, followed by M205 polish with White pads. Then several coats of 845 to seal.
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    I use meguirs gold and ditto for their carwash with wax in it helps keep the dust off it for a few days.

 

 
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