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    Re: Chemical guys cleaner questions???

    Thanks guys. I think I'll be sticking with the meguiar's for the most part. Haven't been fully happy with ultimate black on the wife's grand Cherokee plastic sides and bumpers so I may give a couple other dressings a shot. And think I may try the nonsense in hers but in general. The megs works, is cheap, and I don't need to be a interpreter to choose an apc with them.

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    Re: Chemical guys cleaner questions???

    Quote Originally Posted by Handz View Post

    I know how to figure out the dilution ratios, but thanks i guess...

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    Re: Chemical guys cleaner questions???

    They have videos explaining the differences between the cleaners. I do think a lot of the cleaners are similar as well. As far as plastics and bumpers go, CG new look trim gel has done wonders on some of my faded plastics. Gives a good shine without leaving a greasy touch or streaks.

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    Re: Chemical guys cleaner questions???

    Quote Originally Posted by Busy mind View Post
    They have videos explaining the differences between the cleaners. I do think a lot of the cleaners are similar as well. As far as plastics and bumpers go, CG new look trim gel has done wonders on some of my faded plastics. Gives a good shine without leaving a greasy touch or streaks.
    Thanks. I did finally find the video a few days ago on their cleaners. Even with it is be pressed to decide based solely on too many choices to accomplish the same task. Again I'm mainly wondering if nonsense could replace meguiar's apc. Is it EQUALLY as effective?

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    Re: Chemical guys cleaner questions???

    Quote Originally Posted by Handz View Post
    Thanks buddy, just printed it out and will laminate it for the garage. I too can do the math (dilution ratios) in my head,
    straight A's in every math course I've ever taken, but why. Just a tool to make things easier and get on with the business at hand. Take care.

    Peace,

    Darrin

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    Re: Chemical guys cleaner questions???

    I just ordered a gallon of the grime reaper. My understanding is that this stuff is more aggressive that acid. It should take off years and years of baked on brake dust, road grime and tar.

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