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  1. Has anyone tried using H2O G&G on their motorcycle helmet visor? Rain is not too much of an issue at highway speeds, but when it gets wet in local roads, drops tend to stick a bit. Any known issues of using H2O G&G on plastic motorcycle helmet visors? I have the Shoei Transitions visor so I don't know if that changes anything. The care instructions specifically say not to use glass cleaners or products with organic solvents.
  2. I'm pretty new to detailing and I've done what I feel is more than enough to do basic washes. I've got everything down to almost a science and after meticulous inspection from the previous washes, I've found that my techniques seem to be preventing micro scratches and swirls. The only problem is, I cannot for the life of me dry the car fast enough to prevent some water spots from happening. I'll work as fast as I possibly can to the point of running out of breath to apply H2O Guard & Gloss, but I cannot reach other parts of the car fast enough to prevent water spots..
  3. Hello! I'm planning on doing my first full vehicle Waterless Wash this weekend. I did a full two bucket wash last weekend and there was extremely light rains that settled dust on my freshly washed vehicle... My question is... after I do a full Waterless Wash, is the vehicle "clean enough" to apply some Brilliant Glaze and Buttery Wax? Or should I be waiting to do those with a full pressure wash/two bucket wash? Also... my full regimen for a two bucket wash is -> dry with Detail Spray -> Brilliant Glaze -> Buttery Wax After I do a full
  4. Yeah I was hoping one of the Adam's moderators would eventually provide input on my post, but I guess I'll just e-mail them separately. I guess a little bit of Waterless Wash sprayed onto a cloth should be plenty for such a small amount of dust. Really appreciate the input!
  5. Sigh.. maybe I should just get Eco Wheel Cleaner and Tire & Rubber Cleaner. I just didn't want to pay the $8 shipping for two bottles when I just spent over $500 on a bunch of other product... I bought a gallon of APC because I thought I would use it on wheels, tires, and cleaning my applicators, but maybe it was a mistake. Thanks for the clarification on the Brilliant Glaze! I remember hearing that it barely lasts if it's the last thing you put on the car, but didn't think of it much since I would be putting Buttery Wax on. Makes sense for the windows since it's the last
  6. 1) I got that idea from this post: I was assuming my wheels would fall under the painted wheels (maybe not?) 2) Yes, definitely was planning on letting it stand for a bit. Not sure if I can do 3-5 minutes though since I'm Texas and that would dry up instantly in the summer 6) Yeah I know some people are going to think it's overkill but I don't mind the extra step to minimize the chance of dragging anything around on the paint that didn't fall off from the rinse 10) Could you explain why that is? I just never thought that it's something you apply to the inside 12) D
  7. Well they sent it off with their "wheel guy" but I have no idea... and I definitely don't know enough to tell if they are clear coated or not. Should it be obvious?
  8. Hello! I done a lot of research and dropped a hefty chunk of change on products for cleaning my new car. Just wanted to check with more experienced folks if they would change something in this arsenal/sequence. For reference, it's a metallic black paint car with a gloss black powder coat on the wheels that the dealership did for me as part of the deal (not sure if that would count as aftermarket or factory powder coat) All products are in bold. Between Washes Spot clean any bug guts/bird droppings/crud/anything that could damage the paint if l
  9. Is Wheel Cleaner too harsh to use on powder coated wheels? The article online says it's okay for powder coated wheels, but not aftermarket. I have no idea of the quality of mine because the dealership powder coated the wheels to gloss black for free when I got my car. Should I be okay to use Wheel Cleaner or do I need to use something much lighter? Or can I just dilute Wheel Cleaner? Or do I really need to buy the Eco Wheel Cleaner.... I already ordered a bottle so I'd obviously prefer to use it, but definitely not if it's going to damage the gloss black powder coat
  10. Oh, even better! I guess I'll go in once a year or something then to get a full detail
  11. Already ordered! Thanks for the help! I LOVE having my car shiny, but not the leather. Your picture prevented a regretful purchase (albeit less than $20) Thank you!!
  12. Could not be a more perfect response. Thank you so much! And just to clarify, the one on the left is the Leather & Interior Dressing, right? It looks like the Leather Conditioner is a little too much shine for my taste
  13. Okay so maybe I bought the interior cleaning gel too early... Do I need to use the detailer every clean and then the conditioner every month or so? Or is the interior detailer sufficient enough to keep the leather/dashboard "conditioned"?
  14. Okay so maybe I bought the interior cleaning gel too early... Do I need to use the detailer every clean and then the conditioner every month or so? Or is the interior detailer sufficient enough to keep the leather "conditioned"?
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