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Old 02-22-2012, 12:36 PM   #1
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Decided to change up my wash process for winter by trying some new products. I normally use P21s autowash but I decided to go with Chemical Guys maxi suds 2... First off smells amazing(cherry) really suds up and cleans the car and gives it a great shine. Its not aggressive so its done a great job in keeping my detail on the car.

Products used were as follows...

Chemical Guys Maxi suds 2
Eagle one wheel and tire cleaner( ran out of Sonax)
Meguiars tire gel
Aerospace 303 on interior
Chemical Guys Black to black on exterior( great for getting the plastic windshield trim below the blades back to a healthy color AND staying like that!!! )

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So far I am very satisfied with the product performance and price of Chemical guys compared to whats out there.
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Old 02-22-2012, 01:46 PM   #2
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Chemical guys stuff used to be fairly expensive. How is this priced compared to P21S (which is also fairly expensive compared to others). When I detailed in college I just used Megs Gold class (cheap and foams pretty well) and ONR. I mostly did full corrections for my customers, so car wash wasn't as important to me as other products were.
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Old 02-22-2012, 02:06 PM   #3
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That size was about 10 bucks straight from them, I would get the 16 oz i believe of P21s shampoo and it was like 12 bucks, but the CG's is way more concentrated so you get way more washes out of it.

I wouldnt use either of them before a detail, p21s and maxi suds is a gentle wash (for weekly cleaning). I would use something stronger more potent to wash with before i would start claying
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