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Pledge on black cars

This is a discussion on Pledge on black cars within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; He was prolly using the Pledge on a non-clearcoated car too....

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    He was prolly using the Pledge on a non-clearcoated car too.

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    I dunno but when I pledge furniture it attracts dust IMO

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    i have used this before when i had community service for speeding and i had to wash police cars for eight hours. this guy i had it with showed me and it worked really well on the cruisers so it should be good for our babies as well

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    For a detailer spray I guess that's fine, but I'll stick to the Zaino spray I've been using. It does a decent job at keeping the dust off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KahanaReef View Post
    I used to use it on the vinyl top on my Chevelle too.
    IDK While i was in my ROTC Unit we were told not to put pledge on ours Boots tho it did give the boots a nice shine it also dried the material out and caused them to crack. Idk if it is such a great idea to put it on the vinyl.

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    I use it on my fourwheeler, I just spray all the plastic down, it leaves a nice shine and makes it easier to wash mud off. But, I wouldn't use it on my car. There is too many awesome detailers out that work great.

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    I agree and would use it something like that too.

    Quote Originally Posted by 6SPDBIRD View Post
    I use it on my fourwheeler, I just spray all the plastic down, it leaves a nice shine and makes it easier to wash mud off. But, I wouldn't use it on my car. There is too many awesome detailers out that work great.

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    how would it work on black furniture?

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    I personally love the Top Shelve "Final Detail " spray wax, Sold by QVC

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