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Hello everyone. Just wanted to suggest a company in south Florida that carries tons of great products for our '150's
I'm sure a lot of you have heard of them. Autogeek.net is the website. They carry high end products as well as the "everyday" stuff you see in Wally world.
Let me give you my wax recommendation. It's Pinnacle Signature Series II paste wax. Don't let the word paste scare you, It's the easiest wax to put on and take off, it's not your fathers Turtle wax. I have a Porter Cable 7424XP that I use for paint correction but I do not use it to take off this wax I do it by hand that's how easy it is. Of course, clay bar your vehicle first. This stuff is like melted butter. Apply to a panel then remove. No waiting for it to dry to a haze. A can is $60 but you use very little product. I get roughly 10 to 12 applications per can on my screw.
I've been using this wax roughly 8 years. That's my 2 cents 馃榿
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I have the Pinnacle Signature Series wax and their Souveran Premium wax. It's a real beauty product and as easy to use as any wax. I've picked up a lot of products from PBMG, the parent company of AutoGeek, and Autopia forums and stores. I purchase from the Autopia store rather than Autogeek because they meet or beat anyone's price and reward you points that can be used for free products.
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I have the Pinnacle Signature Series wax and their Souveran Premium wax. It's a real beauty product and as easy to use as any wax. I've picked up a lot of products from PBMG, the parent company of AutoGeek, and Autopia forums and stores. I purchase from the Autopia store rather than Autogeek because they meet or beat anyone's price and reward you points that can be used for free products.
I picked up a jar of the Sovereran wax and it is much better as far as shine goes than Pinnacle. They are both great waxes.
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