Spray Detailers ?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by fridexter, Mar 25, 2003.

  1. fridexter

    fridexter Active Member

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    What does everyone think about making their own mix? Or is it better to just buy it at a store? If it's better/cheaper to just mix a batch by yourself, what's a good combination? Thanks. :)
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Unless you are a chemist, I wouldn't advise mixing your own.

    I've been using Clearkote's Quikshine for about a year now. Leaves the paint super slick and wet. You can order it through www.clearkote.net A gallon is $38, but it should last a long time. It is worth it too-I can get Meguiars Final Inspection #34 for $18 a gallon and I still prefer to pay a lot more for Quikshine, and believe me, I go through it a lot faster in my detailing business than the average person would!
     
  3. luvthong

    luvthong Guest

    Just ordered the Clearkote's $60 special, waiting for it to come and will give it a try to my 97 Type R.:bigthumb:
     

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