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Old Feb 4, 2008, 06:37 PM
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Okay so everyone has asked for Einszett so here we go, these will be the lowest prices you will ever see.

I will extend the Adam's Sale as well.

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Old Feb 5, 2008, 07:26 PM
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This may be a newb question but I'm gonna go ahead and ask it anyways

How do you use the Adam's Undercarriage Spray and how does it differ from his all purpose cleaner in cleaning wheel wells, etc. In his instructional DVD that you have on your website it shows that he uses the all purpose cleaner on the wheel wells, is the undercarriage spray something that is worth buying for a car like an Evo or is it designed for bigger vehicles?

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Old Feb 5, 2008, 07:49 PM
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Undercarriage spray is not a cleaner its a dressing.

You would wash the wheel wells first. after the plastic liners dry up you can dress them with Adam's Undercarriage Spray.

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Old Feb 5, 2008, 08:52 PM
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hi i was wondering what the best soap, clay and clay lubricant, polish and wax is im looking to get a superior shine i have been using some german brand my dad ordered online and it works great but i want something better
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which german brand can you let me know.

as for soap there are many good ones out there.

as for clay you can pick up an Adam's Gray Clay Bar and Adam's Detail Spray.

as for polish if you have a Porter Cable I would recommend Menzerna Polishes

as for a wax/sealant there are many good ones as well what will be your price range they can go for $10 all the way to $2500 a bottle/jar.
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the brand is Sonus it works pretty good but i was looking at the swissvax is it really worth it n my car is less then a year old should i really use a pc on it? so far ive done everything by hand
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the brand is Sonus it works pretty good but i was looking at the swissvax is it really worth it n my car is less then a year old should i really use a pc on it? so far ive done everything by hand
where in nj are you? maybe you should stop by and I can show you some products.
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im in the woodbridge area hbu
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a bit far about 45 min to 1 hour.
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you can pick up some einszett polishes or you can get Swissvax or even Adam's.

What is your main concern thought to get rid of the swirls/protection/looks?
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ouch n well i have minor swirls that i want to get rid of i want really good protection and an absolutely perfect deep shine is swissvax really as good as it sounds or should i use something a little less expensive
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^^^ good question but i went with adams
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yeaa how was the adams?
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comes in tom i will let you know
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ouch n well i have minor swirls that i want to get rid of i want really good protection and an absolutely perfect deep shine is swissvax really as good as it sounds or should i use something a little less expensive
for the ultimate protection I would go with a polymer sealant like Einszett Glanz or Menzerna FMJ.

Typically a sealant will give a great reflective type of shine and durability

A carnauba paste wax like Swissvax or Lusso will give you a warm, wet, deep gloss. However the downside will be durability expect a low side of 3 weeks and high side of 2 months or protection.

However prep work is still key to a perfect shine. You should wash/clay/ and most importantly polish out the imperfections before you wax or put a sealant on.
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