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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin845 View Post

    Well I tried out my 2oz sample of Blackfire One Step and was amazed.

    Having used HD Speed for years and loving that product, this one is better IMO. Super easy to apply, no dusting, better cut than Speed and the wipe off is incredibly easy.

    I suspect the longevity will be better as well but will report on that later as Speed tends to be on the short side in that department.

    My daughter's 2007 Elantra came out beautiful.

    Sorry no pictures. Cleaning the pads was a breeze too.

    Thanks for sharing!


    I'm so far behind but I have a black Mercedes-Benz I detailed last week and used the BLACKFIRE One Step and it came out AMAZING!


    Just need more time...



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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Will try some on next boat detail.


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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Are there any limitations to waxes/sealants applied after One-Step? More specifically sealants. I would assume just about any wax could be applied over One-Step, but how about sealants such as Rejex or Wolfgang Deep Gloss?

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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Quote Originally Posted by Route51 View Post

    Are there any limitations to waxes/sealants applied after One-Step?

    More specifically sealants.

    I would assume just about any wax could be applied over One-Step, but how about sealants such as Rejex or Wolfgang Deep Gloss?

    I would apply any conventional wax or sealant over it.

    I regularly use SONAX PNS over it.



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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Quote Originally Posted by fightnews View Post
    Who owns the new backfire line if you don't mind me asking?
    Seems that i remember that AG bought them
    2013 Infinity JX35 White Pearl, 2009 BMW 528XI White
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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Just tried the sample i got:
    - smooth application
    - very forgiving if over-applied
    - easy removal
    - no dusting
    - glass and trim friendly

    I applied it by hand
    - because i cannot find a good 220 volt polisher
    - it is a daily driver
    - my goal is to clean and protect the paint; the minor swirls i can live with

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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Purchased this product a while back but didn't get to try it until this week on a black Chevy Cruze with major swirls/scratches. The customer was blown away and so was I for all the reasons outlined in previous posts. Flex 3401 and LC Orange Hybrid pads.

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    Will be purchasing more in the future!

    David

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    Anyone have any longevity experience with One Step yet?

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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    After trying my 2oz sample and being impressed, I bought a bottle.

    I used it again today and its no fluke, its a great product.

    Had a chance to try McKees37 360 as well. Here are my thoughts vs 360

    BF One Step's wipe off is much easier than 360.

    BF One Step doesn't stain pads like 360 an the pads clean easier too.

    BF One Step cuts better and has longer working time.

    Dusting is not an issue with either product.

    I don't know how longevity will be, but have 2 cars with BF One Step and a 3rd with McKees37 360, so will report on that later.

    I am a huge fan of the McKees37 line and 360 is a solid product / performer no doubt.

    BF has taken over as my go to AIO hands down.

    Mike is right, "you won't be disappointed"

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    I had to make the call yesterday and went with 360 on a neglected car that I won’t see again for 3 or more months. It came out great, hopefully it lasts until I see it again and probably add a new LSP layer. I would have tried One Step if I knew I would see the car again in 2 months or less.

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