P21s Wax v.SilverLid

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  1. Noah

    Noah The things we know best are the things we haven't OT Supporter

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    Having returned from Iraq to find both my vehicles in need of some good detailing, I ordered a P21s system, and some other products to assist. Both cars are a 2008; one Audi A5 with 15k on the clock and the other is a SRT-4 with 2400 (which sat on the Dealership lot for 18 months before purchase).

    Until it ceases snowing/raining and such in Austin, no pics.

    The SRT-4 was the worst! Started with a good wash and followed by a Clay Bar treatment from Zymol. I was stunned at the putrid shit that came out of the paint! Literally shit brown colored stuff coming from a black car!

    The Audi was in much better shape as I had waxed and detailed before storage, just needing a good cleanser for the wax and a re-waxing.

    The P21s Carnauba Wax is amazing! Goes on like butter and comes off with ease! Leaving behind a deep and brilliant finish! Never used a wax as easy as this is!

    I'm no professional, but I do enjoy a clean car. The P21S setup that is offered seems to be an idiot proof solution; epically for novices.

    Pics to follow once the Audi is complete and the rain/snow stops!
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    P21S is a decent wax, although the S100 they sell at Harley dealers is virtually the same wax at a lower cost. Both look great, the downside is durability. You will probably need to wax every couple months-but as you've noted, it is pretty damn easy to use.

    How was Iraq?
     
  3. Noah

    Noah The things we know best are the things we haven't OT Supporter

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    Uneventful.

    Just glad to be home!!
     
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    I'm glad it was uneventful. Welcome back - and thank you for your service! :bowdown:
     
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    FYI the silver lid is the 100% carnauba version, not the regular P21S/S100.
     
  6. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    :dunno: Haven't even used my S100 in years.
     
  7. Noah

    Noah The things we know best are the things we haven't OT Supporter

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    If it ever clears up around here (Austin), and I get teh second coat on...I'll post some pics.
     
  8. HorseDick

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    Me neither...my product collection is fucking overflowing, there's literally shit EVERYWHERE. I need to sell some of it.

    While we're on topic, we're releasing a new sealant soon and I'd like you to do a review if you're up for it. Lemme know.
     
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    Always looking to try something new.

    BTW, you try the new, improved ONR yet? Pretty impressive.
     
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    Not yet. Gotta wash the '66 Mustang and I never like taking a hose to that car, so I'll try it then. Got a bottle right here on my desk.

    I'll let you know when I can get some samples out to you. :)
     

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