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    I am a fan of 2 products. The first is a lot easier to use and removes about everything and that is Klasse AIO for the first step and then they have another glaze that really brings out the shine and gives longer protection.

    The other product I like is menzerna's. The best shine I have ever seen. I don't recall what site I purchased mine from but they had a package deal. It took some more time than Klasse, but it was worth it.

  2. #12


    definitely meguiars! the tech 2 works the best I think.. even turtle wax works good though!
    99 GMC Sierra 2500
    Chipped 5.3L with Airaid Intake/Throttle Body Spacer
    Dual Cat-Back Flowmasters
    18'' MKW M28's on 32" Fuzion XTI tires
    8000K HID Kit, Cleared corners all around
    2 10" alpine subs with alpine amp

  3. #13


    I used the NXT tech wax too and loved it!!
    95 GMC Sierra 2500
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  4. #14


    Try Mothers! Seems to have a deeper shine.

  5. #15

    They have a great line of products for the advance user, they are a bit pricier but worth it to me.

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    I used the Meguairs gold class today on my GS. Its easier than the Meguairs #26 cleaner/wax I normally use on that car.

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