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    Re: Anti Static Detailers

    While not a detail spray, Megs UFF is very nice.

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    Re: Anti Static Detailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Street Rat View Post
    What is your recommendation
    on an anti static spray detailer?
    Quaternary ammonium salts are known
    to function as anti-static agents.

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    •That’s yet another reason why I like using
    Meguiar’s D114 Rinse Free Express Wash.

    -I do find it to perform, moreso, as an anti-
    static “spray detailer” than any of those
    that are specifically marketed as being such.


    •Do you, perchance, have any Meguiar’s D114?

    -If not...(and although I don’t have a list of its
    ingredients)...McKee’s 37 N-914 Rinseless Wash,
    (said to be formulated to be very near to Meguiar’s
    D114’s characteristics), may fit the bill.



    Bob
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    ~Joaquin de Setanti

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    Re: Anti Static Detailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    There used to be a product on the market called

    Meguiar's Medallion Paint Protection


    It used a cationic chemical/electrical action to "help" turn the surface anti-static. All the molecules in the product were positive while all the molecules in your car's paint are negative, somehow opposites attract and somehow the surface would be protected and have less static charge.

    I have a couple bottles in my antique car wax collection and also all the old catalogs that share info about the product.
    After reading this I had to go look to see if I still had my bottle, which I did. So I shook it, and it sounded all watery like many of my Meg's products of this vintage.

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    Re: Anti Static Detailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    After reading this I had to go look to see if I still had my bottle, which I did. So I shook it, and it sounded all watery like many of my Meg's products of this vintage.
    Mine too.

    It's 20 years old!

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