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XEVIOUS 12-03-2012 10:37 AM

New Product line looks interesting
 
ok check this out..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=ZcDR-Zjaj_M#!

New Auto Detailing products from cali. Looks interesting.
First.. dont pre judge becuase these guys really do take there cars super-seriously, and despite the 'style' of these cars, the owners do have them looking immaculate.

Hmm.. sooo, they very well may be the first to deliver an automotive detailing version of oxyclean. not a bad idea actually. in fact it maybe pretty great. normally to eliminate oxidation you would need to use a cleansing wax something that works as a sorta scrub. These often work great but also is a bit tough and time consuming. This stuff could possible take the tough muscle work out of the process.

I know i know... "well you be the first guinea pig"

1hot281 02-15-2013 07:58 PM

Most company's quick detailers, and especially waterless washes, do the same thing as described. Encapsulate and lubricate to lift and debris off the paint surface to be safely removed.

I would be cautious of new companies until they have a reputation... Most of todays popular companies are popular for one of a few reasons.

They're old, which people think means good. example: Turtle Wax -_-
They're cheap. example: 90% of what you'll find in your local auto parts store.
They're actually good. example: Winning at major car shows and concours events.
They're expensive, and people always believe "you get what you pay for."
They're good at marketing and hype.

So, use with caution. Depending on price, I may pick up a few of these products to do a review and/or comparison in my "Product Reviews and Heads Up Comparisons" thread.

XxBoostinxX 02-15-2013 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by 1hot281 (Post 98636)
Most company's quick detailers, and especially waterless washes, do the same thing as described. Encapsulate and lubricate to lift and debris off the paint surface to be safely removed.

I would be cautious of new companies until they have a reputation... Most of todays popular companies are popular for one of a few reasons.

They're old, which people think means good. example: Turtle Wax -_-
They're cheap. example: 90% of what you'll find in your local auto parts store.
They're actually good. example: Winning at major car shows and concours events.
They're expensive, and people always believe "you get what you pay for."
They're good at marketing and hype.

So, use with caution. Depending on price, I may pick up a few of these products to do a review and/or comparison in my "Product Reviews and Heads Up Comparisons" thread.

I'm personally, not a fan of waterless.... I always end up with streaks and can NEVER get the car the way I want it. But this past weekend the detailer I used for the local car show did an immaculate job with his waterless system.

On another note, I do like your train of thought on products. I am kind of in between the "good" and "expensive" criteria. I think there are great products out there that have won car shows but you do get what you pay for in this industry.


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