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Single Vs Double Vs Gray Borderless


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Gotcha. I'll probably buy some of them all and see what works best where. Pretty addicted to Adam's products already and I've only started using them this weekend.

 

Yeah that happens. :) 

 

The borderless gray are my favorite for H2O (because they don't stain...) and liquid paint sealant.

Single soft is just right for polish removal, or after detail walk around. I use single soft for Revive removal, buttery removal, etc. 

my double softs are reserved for quick detailing. If I wash Friday night and don't drive the car all weekend, I'll pull'er out Sunday night when setting out the trash cans, grab a bottle of Detail Spray, and a Double Soft and have a little shine therapy as the sun sets. 

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Apparently you dont know the joys of baby powder after a nice shower. Just saying it in itself can be life changing. 

 

I love the borderless greys for most things, the singles as stated are great for polish removal. Doubles and tripples I basically just relegate to quick stuff or patriot removal. 

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