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Old 02-18-2014, 08:30 PM   #1
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Sonax Detailing Products?

Anybody use any Sonax detailing products? I've heard that their Wheel Cleaner Full Effect is simply amazing, so I wanna try it soon. My wheels need a LOT of help!

But I'm also very curious about their Plastic Restorer Gel. The black exterior plastics on these Jeeps seem notorious for fading and always looking dull. I'm still trying to find a miracle product for that. Armor-All and Back to Black probably just made it worse...

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Haven't tried Sonax. I use Adam's products (Adam's Polishes) and love them. You can get the stuff to hand apply or machine (buffer) apply if you prefer that. 110% guarantee on all their products. Check out their website (their name + .com)

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Haven't tried Sonax. I use Adam's products (Adam's Polishes) and love them. You can get the stuff to hand apply or machine (buffer) apply if you prefer that. 110% guarantee on all their products. Check out their website (their name + .com)

Do you have any success with the black plastic exterior parts using their products?
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I'v been detailing cars for 18yrs and we use Commedor Detailing products an there great! They have everything from wash mitts to pin strip. For the black plastic I use a product called " Snot". It's amazing and leaves it with a deep rich black shine and uv protecting.
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Anybody use any Sonax detailing products? I've heard that their Wheel Cleaner Full Effect is simply amazing, so I wanna try it soon. My wheels need a LOT of help! But I'm also very curious about their Plastic Restorer Gel. The black exterior plastics on these Jeeps seem notorious for fading and always looking dull. I'm still trying to find a miracle product for that. Armor-All and Back to Black probably just made it worse...
Back to black is tire shine and nothing more then silicon as well as armor all. I would never use either of those products on exterior plastic cause the sun bakes the silicon.
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Old 02-19-2014, 07:55 AM   #6
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On my exterior black plastic I use a paint additive you can buy at Home Depot called "Penetrol". Lasts about a year for me. Must apply carefully to avoid glass/paint. No more wiping on stuff that only lasts a few days. I haven't tried Adam's stuff for this since I'm happy with the Penetrol.
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On my exterior black plastic I use a paint additive you can buy at Home Depot called "Penetrol". Lasts about a year for me. Must apply carefully to avoid glass/paint. No more wiping on stuff that only lasts a few days. I haven't tried Adam's stuff for this since I'm happy with the Penetrol.

Wow, I've never heard of using Penetrol. Sounds like a good option, but scary if it's damaging to paint. I may give it a whirl if nothing else works.

Somebody recommended 303 Aerospace Protectant. Supposedly it has an SPF40 UV protectant as well. "Protects & Instantly Beautifies: Vinyl, Rubber, Plastic, Leather, Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber, Matte Finishes."

I may give that stuff a try, too. Sounds like it works great on boats even.

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