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Jake

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Car cleaning - knock knock mr Knuck
« on: August 23, 2018, 11:29:49 AM »
A few years ago when we talked about it last I took knucks recommendations and purchased some car maintenance products. I used them on the old car, but never on the truck. Knuck, you would be proud of me, as over the last two days I got rid of the baked on bugs, washed and clay bared the entire truck and finished her off with optiseal. Now a final question for you, what is the best thing to use on chrome pieces?
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Re: Car cleaning - knock knock mr Knuck
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2018, 06:00:29 AM »
Good man.  What do you mean?  Good to clean with or protect with?

If you mean protect, I have moved on from waxes and sealants to coatings.  Tested and found them to be in every way superior.

I use McKees.

https://www.amazon.com/McKees-37-MK37-200-Paint-Coating/dp/B01ITEZBXY

I find that the paint coating works very well on chrome, wheels, glass, plastics, and of course paint.  Prep is king, but man this stuff is good for a solid year.  Easy to use and afterwords I use their car wash soap with a foam gun and cleaning is a snap.