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  1. So does this only apply to the Graphene version of coating and spray coating? Would you need to wipe standard ceramic spray coating after application on plastic?
  2. Yeah that and the Invisible Undercarriage Spray get my vote. While we are on the topic, of ideas, any thought for a ceramic based glaze? I know that would be an entirely new product. Maybe Ceramic Boost sort of fills that purpose. But those of us who have been along for the ride with Adams for a while, the glaze has always been The Bomb. But it doesn’t play well with ceramic to my knowledge.
  3. Team Adams, I think you guys have definitely stepped up your game on the scents for odor control. I loved that you guys offered some variety packs. Really love getting those. One thing I was thinking though, there are really three scents that stand out to me across the Adams line I’d love to see in an ON or interior detailer or even air freshener. They are Grape, Margarita (like the OG version glass cleaner), and Detail spray. I know you guys do offer Detail Spray in the air freshener form and I can always shoot a few sprays of DS into the floor mat or under the seat. So may
  4. Thanks Dan! I stopped short of cleaning/removing the coating entirely. Although the thought did cross my mind. I was fearful when it began to wipe off like it did 🤷‍♂️
  5. I talked to someone in the restoration industry, they said the Sierra is notorious for this happening. Also said easy to fix. Pheeewwwwww I feel better now. 🤣
  6. Detailing a relatively new GMC Denali and while cleaning the interior plastic on the door, what seemed like grease came off on the towel. I was using a grey utility towel and Leather cleaner diluted 50/50 with water. As I wiped, I noticed the color of the panel began to lighten. It appears I removed some paint or rubberized coating. Anyone have an issue like this and if so, any way to fix it?
  7. Sure thing. I know the general rule of thumb is to go with a silica based spray for wipe downs on ceramic coated cars. But I’ve always used the standard detail spray on my previous cars which were coated and had no issue. This version is just a tad bit different in how it behaves. I don’t think it’s quite as effortless as we are used to with the Pink DS. Problem is my current vehicles aren’t coated yet. So I cannot give you info based on experience. I have enjoyed using the 20th Anniversary edition as a drying aid on a non coated car just due to the shine. Every car is different so YMMV. I don
  8. Do you use the normal Detail Spray? As others have noted, this one can be a little more finicky when using as a drying aid. I noticed it was a little grabby when using as a final wipe down. And I hadn’t previously encountered the pushing around effect, but I had that happen to me this past weekend. Where it seems to not want to absorb into the towel as easily. Not to scare you, but it might be worth doing a small test section to see how it works for you. You can tell it has some form of protection as thick as it is when you spray it. It may or may not interact well. Hard to say for sure.
  9. Man neither the Demon nor the plane are mine. I detailed that Demon a few weeks back and figured it would be a cool car to show you guys. Wish it was mine for sure! I’m pretty sure the Demon has more HP by far.
  10. A couple SRTs a CrownVic and a Lexus
  11. Just used it again as a drying aid and I gotta say it worked great and left an incredible shine. I am using an extremely plush large drying towel so that might be making a difference.
  12. I mentioned the same thing back when they were soliciting feedback. They did a variety pack which was cool, but you couldn’t choose the scents. I guess logistically it is more difficult to do that and more errors would happen.
  13. Many times I will put an Adams AF in a customers car when I’m done. The grape one is probably my favorite. I will also spray a couple shots of ON in some cars if they need it. And on some I will spray the detail spray into the floorboard in front and back. It always smells great.
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