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http://www.simonizusa.com/

have you guys seen this product? its kind of like wax. but much stronger with thicker layer.
i saw it on tv and after they used simoniz spray, nothing would not get stuck on the paint of the car. they even throw some gas/alcohol on top of the hood, light it on fire and paint was still fine.

anyone know what this is and is it ok for my paint and etc????

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-jae
 

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yeah i totally agreed, but are these new type of product or were they always there?
 

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is that better then simoniz? or what's the best? rejex?
 

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VSGTS14 said:
the resist all is quite nice and comes with some other stuff like window cleaner, tire shine, etc.

but i wouldn't use it again on my car...i'm sticking to meguiars stuff.
+1 for meguiars products, its the best IMO
 

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so meguiars have similar product? what is it called?
 

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VSGTS14 said:
the only thing different with these products is they have teflon in them so resist certain weather elements...they are usually a polish and wax combined in one.
Teflon doesnt matter much, thats why Zaino/Klasse are so popular, they last a long time and look good. People have used Simoniz and didnt like it. Like I said, on the detailing forums I am on, it is considered a joke.

Also, to get best durability and look, you usually need a seperate polish then a good topper. A good rule is: 90% prep (clay/polish) 10% LSP (wax/sealant).
 
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