well here is my comparison view of detailers pro interior protectant(DPIP) and meguiars ultimate protectant(MUP).
first off in this comparison review is information of both products.
Detailers Pro Interior Protectant
Bottle: Black Round Spray bottle(I'm using the sample bottle however)
Color Of Product: Light Blue
Product Separation: Observed separates into 2 clean layers. must be shaken well
Smell: Imitation banana smell
Constancy: A little thicker than water
- If your interior is badly soiled, use Detailer’s Pro Series Total Interior Cleaner to remove tough spots from the vinyl, plastic, and rubber.
- Spray a microfiber applicator pad with Detailer’s Pro Series Interior Surface Protectant and wipe the dashboard, trim, and door panels.
I love this interior protectant, has low shine, non greasy, lasts a good while, great scent, does have some cleaning abilities. It is also dry to the touch which I love because it lessens how much dust collects but still does collect dust. very easy to apply using a microfiber applicator pad, the product will darken the trim/dash, as the product goes on it does look like it has a high shine untill the product levels out and turns into a nice sheen. You also do not use a lot of this product i do 4 sprays on pad and that does my whole dash then i do 1 or 2 sprays on pad for each panel, of course thats using the sample size bottle so full size may be different. All in all its a great product and I love it!
Meguiars Ultimate protectant
Bottle: Black rectangular squeeze bottle
Color Of Product: Yellow tinted
Product Separation: Have not tested, but says to shake well
Smell: like a kitchen/bathroom cleaner.
Constancy: almost like cooking oil maybe?
Manufacturers Directions: Apply a thin layer of Meguiars Ultimate Protectant onto desired surface with a soft microfiber or foam applicator. Rub it in, Wipe off excess then let dry.
This product is good for interiors but to me not the greatest, I like it way better for exteriors. Guessing why they renamed it ultimate black. The product does darken slightly more then the DPIP. It also leave the surface slightly oily feeling, it probably wouldn't be as oily if i wiped off the excess but i figured i did a thin enough coat. On the positive side it is not overly shiny, has a touch more shine than the DPIP. The product does collect more dust than the DPIP.One thing i do not like is the bottles top, unless you turn it completely upside down it will leak product all around the hole in the cap which will make a mess over time, and with it not being a thick product it comes out of the bottle fast. So i need to transfer into a spray bottle or squeeze bottle to defeat that small issue. like i said this product works better on the exterior.
That's it for the text portion of the review, now onto my comparison pictures. hope this helps someone with a decision!.