I was one of the lucky ones to receive the DP products for review. Thank you AG.
I'm going to start w/ DP Trim Detailer. Detailer’s Pro Series Trim Detailer, exterior trim spray, black plastic trim spray, molding spray
DP Trim Detailer is very easy to use. Spray on, buff off. I first used APC+ to clean the interior & then topped w/ Trim Detailer. It left a nice clean look. It also made short work of dressing the tires. Being an aerosol one of my first thoughts was that this stuff is going to spray all over the place. But it actually sprays like a chisel point so you can pretty much keep overspray under control. Which would work great for hood cowlings, BSM's, etc.
This is a 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 dash. The last time I did anything to this car was last fall. And it's driven by a college student, as you can see by the dust build up. It wasn't that dirty as it was dusty & lifeless looking from lack of care.
After a quick clean & DP Trim Detailer applied. Giving that clean look.
Console all cleaned up.
Left door panel had some grease on it. APC+ was used to remove it & Trim Detailer applied.
Left door panel after.
Right door panel.
Tire cleaned w/ APC+.
50/50 of Trim Detailer w/o being wiped. Gives the gloss look. I did wipe this after about an hour.
Same tire the next morning.
Another tire cleaned about a week ago. Left side has Trim Detailer, no wipe. Top center nothing. Right has Trim Detailer & wiped immediately after applying.
And about 20 minutes later wiped down the left side.
Overall I like the way it worked on the interior. I'm not a fan of gloss tires but if you wipe it right away that cuts down on the gloss. The product does work as described. Time will only tell as far as durability is concerned. Thanks for looking.
I'm working on reviews of DP Quick Wax, Quick Detailer & the Leather Cleaner / Conditioner as well. Thanks again AG.