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i clicked on a link that ended up bringing me to the 5 star shine website. stuff used to keep your car clean for a very long time. i guess its like the zaino stuff. anybody know if its any good? it says its guaranteed or your money back, any ideas?
 

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Never heard of it. That does not mean anything though. So much stuff out there right now, Something new comes out every week.
 

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That stuff has been around for awhile. I saw that website last May. I don't know anyone who has used it though.
 

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I looked into this one time. Basically, the product didn't seem to damage paint, but it didn't change a whole lot either for more than a typical wash/wax. Definitely not a "forever shine!" product, but everyone should know by now that there is never such a thing.
 

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I looked into this one time. Basically, the product didn't seem to damage paint, but it didn't change a whole lot either for more than a typical wash/wax. Definitely not a "forever shine!" product, but everyone should know by now that there is never such a thing.
Kind of what I fugured. Go with a Mcguires or something like that. You cannot go wrong with that stuff.
 

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Kind of what I fugured. Go with a Mcguires or something like that. You cannot go wrong with that stuff.
No kidding! I had to do some post-winter detailing, so I went out and got some Meguire's Gold Class wax, Quick Interior Detailer, and Leather Conditioning Spray. Oh man, when I was done.... I think it looked better than the first day I got it!

Also, Mother's has good products. Back to Black works really well to get dirt/waterspots out of the stock grille without much pressure or rubbing...but there are a LOT of little honeycombs!
 
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