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This review is from: Meguiar's G55012 Classic Wash & Wax Kit (Automotive)
If amazon had a feature to subscribe to an item that gets auto shipped once every couple of months, I would definitely put this product in that loop.
You just need to get the steps down right. I purchased 2 extra sets of microfiber towels from Meguiar and a cheap odd lots brush for my tires. This is obvious, but just thought I would elaborate on what I do those gloomy Sunday afternoons:
Wet the Car; Use the TIRE cleaner with the brush; Use the provided SCRUBBER with GEL to shampoo the car; dry the car with 3 MICROFIBER towels; while car dries, use your own WINDEX to clean all windows with 1 MICROFIBER towel; once the car is dry use LIQUID WAX and apply with 1 MICROFIBER towel while drying with 2 MICROFIBER towels; Use the QUICK DETAILER with 1 MICROFIBER towel to finish your dash, speakers, doors; Use 1 MICROFIBER towel with your favorite LEATHER FEED to do all seats, apply with a small part of the towel (soft circular motion) and dry with the rest.
This off course means 9 MICROFIBER towels. Don't forget to wash and dry those towels now!
Thats all folks! Save rain, your hard work will be the talk of the town. :)
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Initial post: Feb 7, 2008 10:28:07 AM PST
Miss M says:
Thanks! I just bought my first new car and Im gonna make my baby pretty! -Melissa
Posted on May 18, 2008 12:21:53 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 18, 2008 12:25:03 PM PDT
Alex Dodd says:
DO NOT use Windex or any other product with ammonia on most auto glass. It usually has a protective film on it, or if the windows are tinted especially, that is stripped by ammonia. Usually you won't notice, until later when light spots start appearing on your windows. I recommend one of the "Invisible Glass" products it works really well, and its not that expensive.
Like this: Stoner 91164 Invisible Glass Cleaner - 19 oz.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010 8:55:36 AM PST
R. Poulton says:
That's pretty much how I do it, but I use an auto glass cleaner on the windows for a film free clean.
Posted on Oct 13, 2011 7:46:27 AM PDT
Rob Nelson says:
Micro fiber towels should be air dried! If you throw them in a dryer you are shortening their effective life.
Posted on Jul 22, 2013 11:15:27 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 22, 2013 11:18:39 PM PDT
Andy S. says:
I'll add that the Quick Detailer is designed to be used for a fast "touch-up" of the exterior when the car is simply a bit dusty or *very* lightly dirty. (It also works great as a lubricant when using a clay bar.) I used it on my garaged and driven-only-on-sunny-days 1995 Mustang, and only water-washed the car twice in 4 years.
And I'll second the Stoner Invisible Glass in place of Windex. I've found nothing that works as well.
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