Detailed: 2005 Hummer H2 (DP Max Wax Review)

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  1. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    Once again, this ride is owned by a real estate agent. I've been cleaning it for about 4 months now. She finally broke down and let me do a full job on it after seeing the 750 Li that I did. Here's the lowdown....

    Pinnacle XMT #3 Swirl Remover/Polish
    (EDGE 2K Green Med. Cutting Pad at a #5 setting)


    Pinnacle XMT Glaze
    (EDGE 2K Blue Polishing Pad at a #3 setting)

    DP (Detailer's Pride) Max Wax
    (Applied and removed by hand)


    The Review...
    Ok. This stuff is great! Instantly smelled the carnauba when I opened the jar. I was a little skeptical since this is the PMBA's entry level line up but kept my hopes up. I was not let down. Simply goes on as one of the easiest waxes I've ever applied by hand. Takes very little product and little effort to cover a large area. Took me about 15 minutes to apply to the H2. I let it haze over for about 30 minutes. SOOO easy to remove! I noticed that there was no staining on any of the trim. Now for the best part...the shine! It made the metallics pop and the gloss glow. I only applied one layer. Can't imagine 2!

    Final Opionion:
    The nicest paste wax I've ever used. Ease of use and shine gets an easy 10 in my book. Add the value and you get one heck of a deal.......maybe the best out there.


    Addional Products used:
    Armor-All Tire Gel
    Pinnacle Leather Cleaner & Conditioner
    Meguiar's APC
    Meguiar's Wheel Brightener
    Stoner's Invisible Glass

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  2. TexasAtvs

    TexasAtvs New Member

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    That thing is clean!! Nice job, I have a 06 SUT same color. I love it!
     
  3. Jeff Merr

    Jeff Merr Elite Member

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    that thing looks like a bitch to clean, so many nooks and crannys, what are you guys using to clean the wheel wells and all the stearing linkage and stuff, just a preasure washer?
     
  4. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Nice! Saw it on autopia too. :)
     
  5. Raskal

    Raskal ºllllllº

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    amazing once again. Great job!
     
  6. CBlakeNS

    CBlakeNS New Member

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    Nice work as usual!
     
  7. Paulie Walnuts

    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    Yeah I saw it there as well, very nice work
     

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