Homemade Detail kit question

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  1. schuepbach

    schuepbach Active Member

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    This is mainly for scottwax, however anyone else with knowledge about this is more than welcome to reply

    So my dad recently bought a new car, and it was also his birthday too. My brother and I decided to get him a detailing kit, preferebly one we kind of put together. Since the car is a Range Rover, I doubt he will be doing any waxing. So basically I was wondering what products you recommend for a basic wash, general interior up keep, etc.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I'd get Optimum No Rinse Wash, saves water (only takes a gallon) and is faster than hose washing. I'd also get Optimum Car Wax since it is a spray wax and goes on and off really easily. Probably get 10-15 microfiber towels and you can get all that at www.exceldetail.com

    The product list should have the rest of what you need.
     
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    what about wheel cleaners? I couldn't really find anything on the product list.
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    The car wash will be fine so long as he keeps up on it and doesn't let it go for months on end.
     
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    You can even use that car wash as a in between wash quick detailer.

    Scott....
    How well does it work on wheels, tires, and bugs?

    Justin
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Seriously? The fact it is my primary washing method should answer that for you.
     

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