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Tired of washing my black car

This is a discussion on Tired of washing my black car within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by Kages99 Is this the one that doesn't leave chalky residue behind ? yes .. theres two diff ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kages99 View Post
    Is this the one that doesn't leave chalky residue behind ?
    yes .. theres two diff bottles .. one spray and one that is bigger and comes with an applicator pad .. at any autoparts store
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    I used to use Liquid Glass, I like the results of it. But remember it is a petroleum based product, so every "new" coat is going to remove the previous. LG does not layer. I've been using Zaino now for 9years. Try it you'll like it, Mikey does!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon_Speeding View Post
    Liquid Glass on 4 black cars for me. Absolutely love the stuff. Between my Dad and I, we've been using it since '86.
    this stuff is awsome especially on plastic and fiberglass cars, but no kidding i just saw a static free wax in pep boys last month i did not buy it though.

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    lol.. if you dont want your black car getting dirty every couple of days, i would say your only bet is painting it white. lol my car gets pollon on it right after im done washing it. cant help it. o well the good side to having a black car is that it looks the best when clean : )

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    I just learned of a solution for keeping black or any other color car cleaner looking longer. Have A coat of Rainx applied after Wash and dried. the cost about four bucks additional.

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    Zaino... the dust just blows off. And even after driving in the rain, looks good.

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