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    Hello everyone what kind of wax do you use when preping your car for a show. I use Simply Z

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    Pretty easy. 303 Quick Detailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjworth View Post
    Hello everyone what kind of wax do you use when preping your car for a show. I use Simply Z

    You can see the difference

    Simply Z...

    Not Simply Z...
    Looks good.
    You should try
    303 Speed Detailer vs. Simply Z

    Ask Marcel for a sample of the 303 Detailer.
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    Meguiers #7......It's not wax. I do like the 303 for underside and wheelwells.
    Always keep em smokin,,,,then let er drift!

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    I have used Surf City Carnauba, Maguire's, and Mother's Carnauba waxes all of which has been very good quality. But I have just recently started using Gold Eagles 303 and getting great results......................

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    so 303 Speed Detailer pretty good. im going to have to check it out

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    I'm currently using Maguire's carnauba wax, and Maguire's quick detailer when I get to a show. But, I'm going to try and get some of the 303 product everyone's been talking about. Can't find the product around here, gonna have to order it online.

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    For years I used Car Glo creme wax (carnuba wax with polymers) on my Corvette, Z-28 and my bikes but last year I won a contest and got to try some new products and really like Wizards Shine Master.

    I am ALWAYS up for finding a better product if there is one.

    I just ordered a GALLON of the 303 Aerospace Protectant as I have NEVER found anything as great as that!

    As for cleaning I have been using Simple Green.
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    I was a Mequires guy for decades even from my early days when I owned my own detail business and then about 2 years ago used Zymol with great results. Never liked Mothers, Eagle One, Turtle Wax, or Armor-All products. I have written more reviews and tested more car care products for companies than I care to remember.

    A year ago I won a gift basket at a car show of Surf City Garage Products and have been sold on the lineup ever since. Stoner Invisible glass? GONE! Surf City Garage glass cleaner rocks the house! The Surf City Garage paste wax and an orbital buffer? AMAZING shine and durability! The Surf City Garage black tire gloss spray does NOT fling off onto the paint and keeps a good tire shine for at least 30 days. The SCG car wash suds up nicely and the car squeaks with cleanliness when you dry it off! The nice thing about the SCG detailer spray is that its one of the only detail sprays that I have come across that doesn't leave streaks, or product on the cars surface, especially if the weather is cool out, or at night when you get a bit of dew on the topside surfaces.

    And this is coming from a guy that can get free product all day from my friend that owns his own line of car care products. Now I can't say as if I have tried any of the 303 Detailer yet as mentioned above by others......

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    I am with you all on the waxes. I have tried the Wizard line of products along with the Surf City Garage line and have been very pleased with all of them, Can't say anything about Zymol products never had any to try. But having said that I still like the new 303 products on the car and have been getting great results so far with their finish.


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