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Junior

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  1. Looks like a ton of air fresheners just hit the site!!!!! Woohoo!
  2. Lol yeah that seems likely even if they mean the way the material “swirls” motion wise.
  3. After reading this post, I figured I’d look up neoglide. This made me laugh 😆
  4. Mike, I think your opinion matters and I get what you are saying. I wouldn’t be surprised to see someone from Adams reach out to you or respond to this post. I’m not really partial to some of the stuff they are bringing in but I also am not starting out either. I’ve got 6 polishers and pretty much every tool I will ever need. If I was starting all over again, the Swirl Killer would probably be a major consideration. And with the Way Adams supports the customer, why would I buy a PC over the SK? To add to that train of thought, I first had a PC and then was spoiled with the Cyclo and Rupes polishers way before SK ever came out. And I also don’t really get into Adams limited releases or MB. Again because I have everything I need to detail about 30 cars. I think a lot of what they are doing from a marketing and product strategy is appealing to the younger crowd and those new to Adams. But that’s the cool thing, I vote with my dollars and I’m sure they have a ton of new Adams customers who buy stuff that I don’t. They have to evolve if they want to continue to be successful, it may just be weird for those of us who were around in the early days. Growth promotes change.
  5. I’ll chime in, Adams support has always been stellar and still is. Adam is a great guy, he has helped me out a lot. The products speaking from a chemicals perspective are still excellent. The Chinese made tools I wont fault, but they are not for me. I like to buy premium tools. Adams spoiled me with Flex Rupes and Cyclo I guess. That’s up to you the buyer and I’m sure there are more people willing to spend half what I will on a polisher than those who don’t see price as an issue. The only other thing I’ve seen is that there isn’t really an Adams Expert on the Forum who measures up to someone we knew who used to OWN IT. The guy moved on to another company and those are huge shoes to fill. It will take what’s happening now, which is several contributing members and folks at Adams to fill that gap. That dude was a lot like Adam to me. Them type folks ain’t growing on trees. As long as they continue to keep the customer number one and provide excellent service I will remain loyal to AP. I don’t see Adam letting that fall by the wayside. It starts at the top. Latly I’ll pose this question, have you been delighted with their products and/or service? I have on NUMEROUS OCCASIONS!!! If you haven’t, maybe you aren’t paying attention. Otherwise I don’t know what to tell you. I’ve not had experiences with any company I’ve traded with like I have with AP.
  6. And I will say my seats seem to be softer after applying the paste a few times. Of course that could all be in my head🤷‍♂️
  7. I would think it does moisturize based on the lanolin content.
  8. I’m not a fan of using Facebook for legit information, which I think the Forum provides. It gets way too unorganized and seems the majority of posts I see there are geared towards people complaining about shipping or trying to sell limited edition this or that. No thanks.
  9. I like that idea. Also how about a Gallons section for all the gallons vs the gallons in each section like the old site?
  10. Ordered some green glass towels and noticed the image of towels appears to be wrong based on the number selected. When I selected 4 towels the image appears to show 6. When I selected 6 it looks like 12. See images. I ordered 4. I hope 6 show up instead😜
  11. Also notice the text isn’t lining up in some of the boxes for example on the Apple Cinnamon odor neutralizer. See attached image. By the way I’m using an IPad so it may justify properly with other devices etc. I did notice when I turned the screen vertical the text aligned. Have not bumped into any navigation issues etc.
  12. Thanks Kyle I bounced around a little and I really like the format. Also the product pages have more detail it appears in some cases which is always a plus. I saw an error on the foam cannon kit, it was named premium foam gun and also an error in the Adams store portion where buy is spelled as but. See attached images.
  13. @Yo-Yo Ma's Cousin Detail Spray is very useful on interior trim, door jambs, even door panels and seats. It’s amazingly versatile. I spray it in the floor boards a lot of times just to get that RedBull scent😆
  14. I believe you are correct about nappy, in other words something with nap or fibers. On the faux wood and shiny parts of interiors believe it or not, I like to use Adams Detail Spray. It kicks it up a notch.
  15. Thanks Chris. I’m so used to using the leather conditioner on all plastic surfaces I sort of got carried away with this new product.
  16. Same here Rich. Just figured I’d ask since this paste is a different blend and the directions were inside the tub and got smeared by the paste. 😆
  17. Does anyone know if the Interior Protection Paste is okay to use on door panel and dashboard plastics? I just got a tub and without thinking applied it to dashboard and door panels. I’ve always used the L CON that way so it’s a force of habit. Hoping it’s intended for use on those surfaces.
  18. Kyle I know you guys are super busy and just launched a ton of new stuff, but I wanted to shoot a post your way. I originally tried to post this in your Help us Help you thread but it bombed on me every time I put your user name in it. I hope this is something you guys consider. Thanks for your time. @Kyle@Adams
  19. Yeah I would try glaze if it were me. Easy on easy off and has some cleaning/filling ability. Then I’d probably hit it with some H2O Guard or one of Adams many sealants or waxes to protect it. You could even go with Ceramic for the ultimate protection. Do you have a polisher if it comes to that?
  20. Actually looking at it once more, it appears these water spots are more of the semi permanent type and not from a recent wash. I am thinking clay then try some glaze and see if you can knock it out. If neither of those two does anything, you could be looking at polishing it out by hand using Revive. Obviously after doing any of these it would be a good idea to apply wax or sealant.
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