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    Great deal on Chemical Guys Sealant & Wax

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    Jetseal 109, 50/50 Concourse Paste Wax and some Microfibers all for $60 shipped. Deal expires in 3 hours.

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    Low on Griot supplies, so this was timely for me. Order placed!

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    I missed it but thank you for sharing detailing details! Need to get a damn sponsor for this section.

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    I use the chemical guys (don't recall name but one gallon is pink, the other gallon is yellow) soap for a foam gun, and it's the best decision I have ever made. It makes washing the car literally fun - and I love the idea of not rewetting the car all the time. To anyone that is on the fence about a foam gun - try it; to anyone that doesn't like to spend a ton of money on soap, Chemical Guys makes an awesome/safe product for low price.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inlineS54B32 Click here to enlarge
    I use the chemical guys (don't recall name but one gallon is pink, the other gallon is yellow) soap for a foam gun, and it's the best decision I have ever made. It makes washing the car literally fun - and I love the idea of not rewetting the car all the time. To anyone that is on the fence about a foam gun - try it; to anyone that doesn't like to spend a ton of money on soap, Chemical Guys makes an awesome/safe product for low price.
    You are probably talking about Chemical Guys Maxi Suds II, which is phenomenal. I use this in my foam cannon, its like painting a car with soap bubbles. http://www.amazon.com/Chemical-Guys-...s=maxi+suds+ii

    Yellow is probably the citrus wash, which is great for stripping the car before waxing/sealant, etc. http://www.amazon.com/Chemical-Guys-...ys+citrus+wash
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    You are probably talking about Chemical Guys Maxi Suds II, which is phenomenal. I use this in my foam cannon, its like painting a car with soap bubbles. http://www.amazon.com/Chemical-Guys-...s=maxi+suds+ii

    Yellow is probably the citrus wash, which is great for stripping the car before waxing/sealant, etc. http://www.amazon.com/Chemical-Guys-...ys+citrus+wash
    After giving it a look, you are right on the first one (you are right, that stuff is great - and smells like bubble gum) - and makes a TON of foam. For the other (was just giving different ones a try) - I used: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Which makes a ton of suds (not as much) - however, seems much better for the fall and/or if you go for a drive and hit bugs at triple digits. I am guessing the citrus helps break down the organic residue? I have read this also - that it's good for stripping wax, but to be honest - it's not that harsh - and haven't noticed it kill my wax (however, I wax often).

    For those of you who don't know what we are referring to, see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SS66...ailpage#t=146s

    This stuff is amazing - and makes washing your car a breeze (much safer also). You just need a foam lance, and a pressure washer - and some of their soap (which is AMAZING btw - as the dilution ratio is 1:128 believe it or not)... Tons of foam/soap for the dollar - when used with a foam lance or not. HIGHLY recommended!

    Cheers.

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    @lulz_m3, tried to rep, couldn't - need to spread the love I guess... Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inlineS54B32 Click here to enlarge
    @lulz_m3 , tried to rep, couldn't - need to spread the love I guess... Click here to enlarge
    Solved that with some extra rep for great info.
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    The citrus wash and gloss can be used as a maintenance wash or for a wax stripper, just depends on how you dilute it. When i use it for paint prep, i put 3-5 cap fulls to a 5 gallon bucket. If you are doing 1 cap full to 5 gallons that should be plenty for maintenance washes without stripping sealant/wax. Stuff goes a looong way. Thx for the rep guys.
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