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    What Is Your Favorite Car Cleaning Products??

    What is your go to cleaning products.. ?
    for washing .. the Chemical Guys Car Wash Soap is awesome. and smells awesome.

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    I have been using the chemical guys honey dew snow foam since I got my ST and I love it!

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    I would have to say that my favorite car cleaning tool would be my wheel woolies! Product wise, I love using Ceramic Pro Sport on Ceramic Coated vehicles!
    Thank you,

    Matthew
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuxuryAutoSpa View Post
    I would have to say that my favorite car cleaning tool would be my wheel woolies! Product wise, I love using Ceramic Pro Sport on Ceramic Coated vehicles!
    Is the ceramic pro sport something you use on your ST? I like the looks of it since it hydrophobic, I love using rain-x on my windows. It would be awesome if my whole vehicle was like that. Also, where do you buy it?
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    So far, my favorites have been Chemical Guys Hybrid V07 detailer and Eagle One A2Z wheel cleaner.

    Although, I'm swapping them out this year for CarPro Reload and Iron X respectively. Figure they'll be a better match for my ceramic coating.

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    In no particular order

    Quick detailer and car drier spray - Optimum No Rinse Wash and Wax
    Wheel Cleaner - Sonax Full Effect
    Car Wash - I also like Chemical Guys (mr pink or citrus wash and gloss)
    Interior Cleaner - 303 Aerospace and a swiffer
    Ceramic Coating - Pinnacle Black Label Diamond Coating
    Ceramic Repair - Carpro Essence Plus
    All in One - Optimum Poli Seal

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyT View Post
    Is the ceramic pro sport something you use on your ST? I like the looks of it since it hydrophobic, I love using rain-x on my windows. It would be awesome if my whole vehicle was like that. Also, where do you buy it?
    Hey @ScottyT - to answer your question, yes, it is something I use on my vehicle. Ceramic Pro Sport is designed to work in two fashions, as a stand alone application, or to be layered on top of Ceramic Pro 9H/Light in order to "rejuvenate" it. Much like CQuartz has "Reload", CP has sport. CP Sport is something that can be sold to a consumer, you do not need to be a CP Certified Tech in order to buy or apply it. However, you need to contact a Certified Tech in order to buy it off of them, or a distributor in your area.

    For actually applying it, there are certain steps required to install it correctly. If done incorrectly, it will leave streaks on the car known as high spots. As a tech myself, something I find my shop correcting for clients is there own application of CP Sport. People treat it like a Quick Detailer, and spray it directly on panels of there vehicle, and if not wiped down properly, the actual "spray" mark will remain. The principle behind it is to apply it while the vehicle is wet to slow down the flash or drying time of the product. You take a wet microfiber towel, wring it out, fold it in a square, spray a few squirts of CP Sport on the MF towel, and wipe down the panel, move to the next, and on to the next. Simple to install using this technique. One bottle can coat anywhere between 6-9 vehicles. If the car is coated in CP 9H or light, you should only use the product once every 12 months, or 6 depending how much you like to pamper the vehicle! So a bottle will last you a while. If the car is not already coated, Once every 2-3 Months will give you an adequate amount of coating. Again, these are just suggestions, depending on how much you wash your car or the terrain you live on, these suggestions will be different.

    If you are interested in purchasing it I can contact a technician in your area and give you their coordinates to purchase the product.
    Thank you,

    Matthew
    Luxury Auto Spa
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazui View Post
    So far, my favorites have been Chemical Guys Hybrid V07 detailer and Eagle One A2Z wheel cleaner.

    Although, I'm swapping them out this year for CarPro Reload and Iron X respectively. Figure they'll be a better match for my ceramic coating.
    Hey @mazui - Reload and Iron X are great products. What Ceramic Coating is currently on your vehicle? Usually whatever coating you have purchased will have a rejuvenation product (such as reload) that is designed to work with your brand of coating. Certain coatings can become too hydrophobic for a quick wax, quick detailer, or a rejuvenation product (not specifically designed for that coating) to actually adhere to the current coating. It could end up costing you more money in the end. A client tried to add (I believe if I am not mistaken) an OTS rejuvenation spray to his Gyeon Coated car and the product was literally beading off.
    Thank you,

    Matthew
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuxuryAutoSpa View Post
    If you are interested in purchasing it I can contact a technician in your area and give you their coordinates to purchase the product.
    Yeah that'd be great! Unless you have any other suggestions for a product that kind of "waterproofs" the body similar to how rain-x does windows?? Maybe something that is easier to obtain and cheaper, I suspect the CP Sport would be fairly expensive? Thanks for the info!
    ScottyT
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    -Lamin-x Yellow Fog Light Covers
    -Yakima Roof Rack (stickered fairing of course)
    -Steeda Clutch Assist Spring
    -Queue: Steeda Shifter Base Bushings, Steeda Shift Bracket Bushings, Breedt Short Shift Arm, and Redline Leather Goods

 

 
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