S100 question

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by you know me, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    My friend picked up some S100 that he let me borrow to detail my car. I tried it on my two cars and he used it on his car, and neither of us really liked it. He picked up the spray wax not the paste. Which do you guys (Scottwax, etc) use? Also what is a good polish to use. Right now I have the Meguiars deep crystal polish which I use from time to time. Every two years I tend to use it. Neither car is stored outside, both inside all year round, both very rarely in the rain, never in the snow. What is a good polish to use for a 99 GT and a 90 ZR-1 that spend their lives as I just described.
     
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    When I used S100, I always used the paste. For polish recommendations, check the product list sticky.
     
  3. you know me

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    Im going to have to pick up the paste. The S100 streaked the shit out of my ZR-1.

    edit: I used the ClearKote Vanillia Moose Wax Hand Glaze on the car. Very good stuff. I had a scuff on the bumper on the GT from when someone backed into me in a 3000GT, and between that, the S100 spray and the NXT the scuff is almost gone.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Vanilla Moose topped with S100 paste = teh win!
     
  5. you know me

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    Scott,
    Could I top that with NXT?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    You could but the proper order would be VM > NXT > S100
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    The spray wax is more of a QD, and it does suck :hs:

    SEPC or VM > S100 is teh win as Scott said :cool:
     
  9. you know me

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    As a quick detail wax I'll stick with IBIZ
     
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    What's IBIZ?
     
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    I found IBIZ at Corvettes at carlisle. It is a Waterless wash and wax protectant. It can be applyed in direct sun, goes on and off easy. http://ibiz-inc/index.html is the website. I can't comment on the liquid wax they have. I have purchased it, but I don't think I've used it yet. I have been using the waterless wash and wax for years now on my ZR-1 and I sware it has won me atleast 2 awards.
     
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    i love using vm glaze, poorboys exp sealant and top it off with s100. I have had many compliments on the shine with this setup..

    carlo
     

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