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  1. RHC2GSR

    RHC2GSR Guest

    a car with vanilla moouse and a car with meguires show car glaze??? just tryin to figure out if its really worth ordering the moose. :o
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Vanilla Moose will have a slightly brighter and more reflective look. #7 will look a bit deeper.. Subtle differences, but you can see them.

    One thing for sure, VM is much easier to use and leaves the paint super slick where #7 can be tough to remove completely and leaves the paint more 'squeaky' clean than slick. Both have a wet look.

    I've got about half a gallon of Meguiars Hand Polish (the body shop pro version of #7) that has hardly been touched since I started using Vanilla Moose.

    BTW, this LX 450 was polished with Vanilla Moose only. Since VM has wax in it as well as being a glaze, and this customer is selling this LX and wanted me to do just what was needed to get it ready to sell, I just did a one step with VM.

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    I prefer the Vanilla Moose over the #7 on sheer ease of use.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    This Vanilla Moose tip is from Anthony Orosco (a high end detailer in San Antonio who posts on Autopia...damn good detailer too!):

     
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    I just read that thread today ;) Actually I first read it yesterday then read that last post from today. I think I'll order some VM tonight, I've been wanting to try some for a while... I've been using either 3m IHG or S100 SEPC as my glaze before waxing.
     

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