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post #51 of 58 (permalink) Old 07-26-2013, 10:48 PM
 
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post #52 of 58 (permalink) Old 01-15-2016, 11:40 AM
 
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Hi all! i would reccomend to everyone who details there own truck to check out Adams Polishes products. I was always a mother or meguires user untill i got pointed in the direction of Adams from a couple other users on a alternate forum. Adams products completly blow the others away.

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Stupid question, but is Adams like Zaino, where its only available at certain retailers or by mail order?

Checked out their website and I don't recall seeing thier products in CTC or other retailers.

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They appear to have some GM licensed products. So it's possible that a gm dealer may have access to them. However I usually order from adamspolishes.ca site. Or when when dollars not in the tank the .com site as fordraptorforum Adams is a supporting vendor and provides discount codes. So that was the long winded answer. Short would have worked I haven't found a local retail dealer

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I know that this is a old thread but I would like to revise it. I used to sell a Product some years back It was called waterless car wash. Not a wax but the product cleaned your car without water. It was a fantastic product. The company was a multi level marketing and well I was not really in to that. When the product was demonstated it would just blow you away. It was quite expensive to buy so most passed on it. The company really wanted to get you into it to build the other guys base up.. If this product was used with a buffer it would shed water off the paint for a month without reapplication . I even used it on the glass when it was raining. I did not use my wipers and the water just peeled off like it was not even there.You could see as if it was not raining.

Cool product . Just using up the last of what I have . Will sure miss it once it is all gone.

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Maybe I just don't know enough about how they work, but the term "waterless car wash" makes my guts churn, seems like a recipe for micro scratches.
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Maybe I just don't know enough about how they work, but the term "waterless car wash" makes my guts churn, seems like a recipe for micro scratches.
Me too. Had a guy selling it walk up to my truck at a gas station and start spraying and wiping it as a sales tactic to show how it worked. Just about lost my mind.

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I was the same way as you guys when my sister in law sprayed the stuff on my then brand new 2004 ford f 150. I almost freeked out on her. The stuff works but not on a truck the has been driving off road in the mud. It was more for a lite dust. What the stuff does is it surrounds the dirty with a polimer bubble. Thus no scraches. I used it on all types of items.The neatest demo was someones wedding band. Man once you were done with it it looked brand new. It was cool stuff.

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