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Anyone have something that they really like for the Chrome wheels?Suggestions?
I just did my chrome wheels last month with turtle wax polishing compound....very pleased and it took off the tougher stuff near the brakes. leaves a polished surface that repels water too!

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We don't use anything special for Glass.
Just good microfiber towels.

We do the Nanoskin by hand with car wash.
It lubricates it plenty and does double duty of cleaning while removing impurities in the paint.
We had our first sunny car show of the year last weekend- French and British. I can't sit and stare at the swirl marks on wifey's British racing green Sprite all day again.

So if the Nanoskin replaces clay bar, it would be Nanoskin with zero pressure on the DA using their glycerin lubricant ("Nanoskin Glide") to remove impurities, then get the swirl marks with the DA using Chemical Guys Hexcentric pads and polishing compound?

I bought this kit last spring but haven't fired it up yet.

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I started using Gyeon Wet coat. You spray it on a wet car and then hose it off. I love the shine with basically little effort on my part.

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OK, so almost two (2) years later on this thread, my search for the cleaner for FLOOR MATS to get that always present right foot heal-rest mark on the drivers side floor mat off has come up with no words toward what I thought I saw some while back.

Anyone remember seeing that or have a suggestion? My recollection is some kind of spray-on. ??
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I've been using Zaino for over 20 years on our cars and it works for me

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