3-D detailing products???

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by dbman96, Jun 12, 2004.

  1. dbman96

    dbman96 Active Member

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    Anyone used any of these? I found a local "detailing store" which is a 3-D brand outlet of some sort, that's ALL they sell. They also rent/sell pressure washers, buffers, etc.

    I've never heard of the product, but the guy seemed pretty knowledgable and helpful. I bought a small bottle of product that's supposed to be slightly more aggressive than Mag's #9. Figured it was worth a shot.
     
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    Never heard of it. It's not 3M?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Never heard of their products. Let us know how it works for you when you get it.
     
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    I used their "all-in-one" type product to deswirl and de-spot my car; it's a touch more aggressive than #9 swirl remover, but I suspect a bit less so than DACP since it still didn't get through ALL my waterspots. Overall not bad though. Seemed to need a LOT of it to keep working. My one complaint is that they try to make a "cleaner-polish-wax" product in one step, which means that after I used it as a cleaner, when I applied the #7 show car glaze, it seemed to be trying to break down whatever wax was left from the first product (#7 doesn't normally "glob" up when you're applying it in small quantity, does it??). I'd probably not buy it again, but I don't feel like it was a total waste. I needed something immediate to get my car cleaned up, so it worked out OK.
     

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