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Old 10-19-2010, 01:48 PM
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Stone Cold-if you dont wantb to pay alot for detailing products...the Meguiers professional series is one of the best lines out there and is very affordable. You dont need to pay outrageous amounts for wax and such. I would put my daily driven family mobile up against anyones at anytime.
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Stone Cold-if you dont wantb to pay alot for detailing products...the Meguiers professional series is one of the best lines out there and is very affordable.
Yep, Meg's #16 is one of the best waxes out there for the money, lasts ages too. They do pretty much any product you'd ever really need too and they're all awesome.

Check out CYC for detailing goodies Arron.
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Old 10-19-2010, 02:40 PM
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Stone Cold-if you dont wantb to pay alot for detailing products...the Meguiers professional series is one of the best lines out there and is very affordable. You dont need to pay outrageous amounts for wax and such. I would put my daily driven family mobile up against anyones at anytime.
Great tip Scott I'll check out the range when I'm in town tomorrow. I will start to spend more once I get in to it. I just want to find out if I'm any good at it first I shouldn't be too bad, after all, I was always good at getting my Army boots gleaming
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Yep, Meg's #16 is one of the best waxes out there for the money, lasts ages too. They do pretty much any product you'd ever really need too and they're all awesome.

Check out CYC for detailing goodies Arron.
I have heard of that site. I'll need to check it out. Cheers Marty
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