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Just did the first wash today, I use a lot of chemical guys products, personal preference. But this liquid wax hybrid goes on easyish, and is slick as hell and looks really good. Hoping my smoke side markers will be in later today. My Renegade is also now a garage princess since I only drive it once a week if that. But pollen is so bad in NC right now.
 

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Lookin’ real good!

I also enjoy Chemical Guys’ products. Been using the Black Light soap for awhile now with great results.
I have always liked their products. Usually just order from their website. But Walmart started carrying their products and there is now a detail garage store in VA about 1.5 hr trip, but pre covid they had cars and coffee once a month.
 

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Let us know how it hold up in 6 months or so please.
 

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Bahhhh I prefer a really manky, mucky, filthy and bogging Jeep to look at. :whistle::whistle:

Though thankfully my red Renegade was also cleaned and waxed yesterday with "Waterless Wash and wax", (same I posted almost to the same day last year :p)

To be fair Chris, your's looks a really deep polish meanwhile I had a splat all over the Jeep badge today :cry::cry:

Someone on here named their Jeep "Pooh hawk" well as I also intimated at the time the Poo hawks (Sh1t hawks) or seagulls were responsible.

Why bother cleaning :unsure: Coz my Red Renegade is 6 years old and if we consider that we generally treat them like females than it's hardly a surprise that they polish up really well after a little makeover :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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Been using the for awhile now with great results.
Jason or Chris please elaborate for me or did I just happen to post a few days too late after April Fools day? Do you have to shine Ultra Violet light on the car to see the polish?

Black light polish

By Golly you guys are certainly giving me an education in how to polish black or dark coloured cars Jeeps (y)(y):eek:

Video
a very well presented video.

Will it work with my Karcher Pressure washer attachment that has a hose gun/lance reservoir? Currently I am using a cherry flavoured car wash.
 

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Jason or Chris please elaborate for me or did I just happen to post a few days too late after April Fools day? Do you have to shine Ultra Violet light on the car to see the polish?

Black light polish

By Golly you guys are certainly giving me an education in how to polish black or dark coloured cars Jeeps (y)(y):eek:

Video a very well presented video.

Will it work with my Karcher Pressure washer attachment that has a hose gun/lance reservoir? Currently I am using a cherry flavoured car wash.
Thanks for posting that video of the glaze and sealant.

I was going to apply a ceramic coating to my black Yukon, but I’m now going to try that Black Light Glaze and V07 sealant. Will probably save the ceramic coating for the Renee.

Just curious...what product are you wondering will work with your pressure washer? Kinda late here (12:30 am) and my brain is half asleep. ;) :sleep:
 

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Chemical Guys BlackLight Radiant Finish Car Wash Soap
Absolutely! I use it in Chemical Guys’ Pressure washer canon with great results ...


I have a Greenworks 1700 psi/ 1.2 gpm. What is the flow rate of your Karcher?
 

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Looks amazing! What about a few bush marks will it erase them?
This is more of just a wax type deal. I have chemical guys polishing compound for scrapes and stuff. I usually wash it, use synthetic spray detailer and wipe it down to get ride of spots, use chemical guys banana spray wax, then the hyper wax ceramic coating. Good results with everything so far, used all the same stuff on my Civic when I had it.
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Jason, I have no idea about my Karcher pressure other than it goes like this:

Press, scoooooooooooooooooooosh, stop :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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This is more of just a wax type deal. I have chemical guys polishing compound for scrapes and stuff. I usually wash it, use synthetic spray detailer and wipe it down to get ride of spots, use chemical guys banana spray wax, then the hyper wax ceramic coating. Good results with everything so far, used all the same stuff on my Civic when I had it. View attachment 2396350782
Sweet ride! Feel bad getting rid of it?
 

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Jason my wee red Jeep was looking immaculate today with all the rain droplets sitting upon it. Even the Poo hawk sh1t (no reference to Pooh Hawk :love:) was wiped away by the rain after I applied a formula to reduce the acidity of the sh1t.

My Son uses a detailer and its a simple spray on, gently wipe all over and leave to dry. is this the same concept of which you use?

Even better is the ceramic "stuff" that he uses on the alloy wheels. A quick spray of the jet wash and they remain immaculate.

Better still is when using interior/exterior dashboard restorer. I bought a gallon of it (4.5 litres) and used it once. Searched all over for it and even accused my Son of taking it with the intention to return. All knowledge of it was denied and it was a lovely Orange smell. I searched and searched and eventually bought a gallon of Cherry restorer.

What a frecking idiot I felt as I placed the new gallon of restorer in the shed and seen the original gallon of orange restorer alongside it.

Oh well, we can't all be be perfect o_Oo_O:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 
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