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By the way Greg how did they like the detail you did?

 

 

Loved it - feels like a new (to her) car.  And since the car is itself is so much more beefy than the corolla she had thats all the better.  That 108k miles Camry sat in my driveway for a week and not a drop of fluids left it.  I've never owned a Toyota (legacy Ford then Honda guy) but damn!

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That my friend is awesome. I think all cars last as long if you take good care of them. I always run full synthetic oil in all of mine. I have a uncle that had a Toyota Prius and it had well over 300,000 on the same motor and transmission.

 

 

Loved it - feels like a new (to her) car.  And since the car is itself is so much more beefy than the corolla she had thats all the better.  That 108k miles Camry sat in my driveway for a week and not a drop of fluids left it.  I've never owned a Toyota (legacy Ford then Honda guy) but damn!

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My favorite product would probably be H20 guard and gloss too. 

 

 

I've meaning to ask this question for a while and this reminded me.  I got H20 G&G in a mystery bucket.  I used it and I don't get where it 'plugs in'  If my car is liquid paint sealed and waxed and detail sprayed after a wash does G&G sit on top of that or is it designed to replace the wax step and detail spray step.  I am just confused where it fits in and if it is intended to be a replacement or enhancement of some other layers.

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I've meaning to ask this question for a while and this reminded me. I got H20 G&G in a mystery bucket. I used it and I don't get where it 'plugs in' If my car is liquid paint sealed and waxed and detail sprayed after a wash does G&G sit on top of that or is it designed to replace the wax step and detail spray step. I am just confused where it fits in and if it is intended to be a replacement or enhancement of some other layers.

I use it in place of wax on my DD. It's a water activated sealant, that most people like to apply over Paint Sealant. I wash my car every week and 3 of those weeks, I dry with detail spray, and the 4th week, I dry with HGG.

 

To my understanding, HGG has a similar life span to a paste wax, so it boils down to preference. I find it easier to apply G&G after a weekly wash using the wet method, than drying and applying a paste wax. It's a DD after all. Wax is too time consuming for me.

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