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  1. Thanks everyone. The paint is in really good shape, no swirls. The HGG and BG always made her look great and I have no complaints about how she shined. After watching some of the videos on the new products, I was just wondering if there was something better. I know there are methods that work better for light colored cars than dark ones. I tried CS3 last year, although I used it as a waterless wash, and wasn’t super impressed. I thought my usual combo worked better. I will likely try the spray on graphine and see how I like it. Thanks again, I appreciate the advice.
  2. I watched the video on that earlier today and found it really interesting. Does graphing have more shine than the HGG? Thanks a lot!
  3. Hi All, Thanks for reading. I have a silver car that is a sunny day only driver, what would you recommend to make the paint really pop? I currently wash using Rinseless and dry using HGG. When I really want her to shine, I use BG. Since it’s not a daily driver, I’m not too concerned about maximum protection. With all the new stuff out there, I thought I would ask the experts to see if there is another product I should be considering. Thanks a lot, Howard
  4. That’s my go-to for my silver cars too! I’ll use Brilliant Glaze for some added pop just before a car show.
  5. I have a gallon of WW that I got in a mystery bucket. I’ve never known what to do with it, but will try it on the Mustang. My garage is not near my home and there is no running water, so these products have a particular appeal.
  6. Thanks Jen, I will do some experimentation this year and see what works best for me. Your Camaro is gorgeous! I also like your Tommy Tutone reference!
  7. Thanks Kurt, nice stable you have there.
  8. Thanks Ray! I’ve seen a few posts with your Vette, and that is for sure a beauty!
  9. Hi Ray. The whole interior is red too! The red definitely gets a lot of attention. I’ve never thought much about the ceramic stuff, as I thought that was more for daily drivers that needed better protection. Someone else posted a video and now I’m re-thinking it. Adam’s technology moves too fast for me. As soon as I think I have it figured out, boom! They change it. Thanks for the recommendation!
  10. Interesting, I’ve never heard of using the Tire and Rubber Cleaner for the engine. Is that instead of the APC? Is it friendlier to polished aluminum than APC? Thanks! Thanks, that was my screw up, it should have been reversed, but now seems unnecessary. OK, so skip the wash and wipe the panels down with 50/50 mix of isopropyl alcohol and water. Should I use distilled water? If I skip the BW, would Americana add to the shine on a silver car or is it unnecessary too? Just looking to blind the general public.....Thanks a lot! If I dilute APC
  11. Hi All, As I anxiously await Spring and the nice weather, I am thinking about my first detail on my new to me classic Mustang. The car is in great shape and doesn’t really need much. It’s kept in a garage and only driven in nice weather. I plan to drive it a lot, but only on nice days. This is what I am thinking, but I would greatly appreciate the wisdom of the pros: Clean engine with APC diluted @ 1:1 and either diluted RW or WW Clean tires and wheels Wash car with RW with 2oz. APC to strip (bucket of towels method) Clay bar using RW as
  12. Thanks a lot falcaineer. I’ve certainly read many of your posts and have learned a lot from them. Cheers!
  13. Hi All- I’m not really new, I’ve been using nothing but Adam’s for almost six years now, but I don’t think I ever officially “checked-in”. My DD is a Jeep Wrangler, and I recently bought myself a little present. I have a good process for the Jeep, now I have to find a new process that works for the Mustang. I’m thinking Rinseless, but am interested in how others care for their classics. Thanks!
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