- Aug 31, 2007
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- Orange, MA
nice looking shop!!!
The link is all I use now on boat and trucks. I detailed for a long time and didn’t find out about this until 6 or 7 years ago after I stopped. There are a number of different products they offer. Wish I would’ve found them when I was detailingOK Guys, I know this is a pro forum, but I am asking this as a guy with a new toy that wants to keep it looking that way.
I've got a 2014 Mercedes that I bought through their certified pre-owned program. I was impressed when I picked it up. That baby looked new. It's got leather, and some suede like material (alcantara, a synthetic ) in some spots like the A-posts.
The car inside was clean and looked like it came off the showroom- the leather was supple, but not greasy or slick, and no detectable artificial scent that you would expect in a used car. I meant to ask the clean up guy what he used, but I forgot.
Anyway, do any of you guys have product recommendations for interior car care products from the pro lines? In addition to the normal mail order suppliers we use in the industry I do have access to supplies from a local meguirs/malco distributor, and will be placing an order with autogeek soon.
I use #40 all around the car wash for trigger guns, FC guns, anything that needs a littler wipedown. Good stuff!Yes Meguiars is a great choice.
I just bought Meguiars #40.