Toyo Guard

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by RayZ143cs, Oct 2, 2002.

  1. RayZ143cs

    RayZ143cs Guest

    I recently purchased a 99 Toyota Solara and it came with 2 cans of factory Toyo Guard (I'm guessing a polish-like substance) that you're supposed to apply after an intense wash. I also saw a mention about the S100 wax that's available at the Harley Davidson shops. Which one do you think is better or should I just use both?? Thanks in advance...


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  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I don't really know anything about Toyo Guard, but I do know that S100 shines like nothing else and runs only $14.95 and will wax your car around 30-40 times. Pick up their S100 paint cleanser to use every 6 months or so prior to waxing and your paint should look great for years.
     
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    :ugh: to the Toyo Guard. Don't really have any experience with it. So stick with some S100 or Meguiar's #26.
     
  4. bmf

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    Hell, if you got it, I say try it. Wash and dry you car as normal, apply with a soft cloth or foam app and see how it works. Follow the directions, of course.

    It's probably some polymer sealant formula with a light polish in it. Pretty common from OE suppliers. No point in buying new stuff if you've got this and it works well.
     
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    Not really the best advice. Don't use something that you're not sure how it works, especially if you're just a driveway detailer. Stick with what's proven to give you the results you want.
     
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    not to be mean, but you could try it on one of your friends car. . . offer to detail their car for free, but using this "experimental" product.
     
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    Good way to keep friends... trying out new products on THEIR cars. :rolleyes:
     

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