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Wizard's Shine Master for the Paint

At Johnny57's suggestion, and because Belle always looks terrific, I use Star Brite Aircraft Polish on the newly rechromed rear bumper and guards

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The regular Blue stuff for all of the rest of the well weathered 40 year old chrome


And for all the aluminum, I recently tried Adam's Brothers two part polish, man did that stuff work great.

 

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I'm with Dragsix on Wizard products - but for wax I use:


For regular upkeep:


Their bug release and vinyl shine (tires) work well also.
 

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I've seen some comparisons of that vs others and it came out on top. (to my surprise)
I read numerous reviews as well. That's why I use the product. It goes on pretty easy, and wipes off easy too. I recommend two coats - rain beads up in huge beads, and slides right off. Reflection / Shine is fantastic. I get lots of compliments and questions on it. Be sure to Clay Bar the finish first.

Note that you can't set anything on any angled surfaces, even if just a slight angle, or it will slide right off. Seems to last just over a year if you drive the car regularly. Probably a lot longer if she's a Garage Queen! 😊

Turtle Wax should be paying me for the kudo's !!!
 
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