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    You're gonna love the Butter Wet Wax.....one of the most user-friendly waxes I've ever put on a car. Starting to love the Silk Shine on interiors....just used it on a car belonging to the toughest customer I have...my wife....she really liked the look on the interior

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    Quote Originally Posted by briarpatch View Post
    You're gonna love the Butter Wet Wax.....one of the most user-friendly waxes I've ever put on a car. Starting to love the Silk Shine on interiors....just used it on a car belonging to the toughest customer I have...my wife....she really liked the look on the interior
    I've heard great things of silk shine I'll have to try it on my next order

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    One word of caution....do not use it on exterior trim...same issue with it that I had with VRP.....it runs like crazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by briarpatch View Post
    One word of caution....do not use it on exterior trim...same issue with it that I had with VRP.....it runs like crazy
    I usually don't have that problem here in So Cal. It's a hot dry heat with little rain or morning dew. So if it's running it's because I'm rewashing. Try the Tire and trim get. A little dab on the end of your finger will go a long way. Wipe off the excess.

    Sorry if I'm hijacking your thread.

    "The Devil is in the detail"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogcatcher View Post
    I usually don't have that problem here in So Cal. It's a hot dry heat with little rain or morning dew. So if it's running it's because I'm rewashing. Try the Tire and trim get. A little dab on the end of your finger will go a long way. Wipe off the excess.

    Sorry if I'm hijacking your thread.
    no worries...all good info...maybe the humidity is just too high here in NJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Detailing_FF/Medic View Post
    I recently stumbled upon some CG products and gave them a try. Instantly I was hooked and now want to buy 6 of everything. Since this pictured order I've purchased a woolly mammoth microfiber, bug and tar wash, heavy claybar, orange degreaser, meticulous matte, vss and clean slate. I should be good for awhile now.



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    OH MY GOD I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL! I have been a customer for 3 years, but lately have just went nut! don't know where to start!

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