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    Default What detailing supplies would you like to see locally?

    I want to get a feel for what detailing tools/products/supplies people want to see available locally.

    Soon I'll begin stocking some of the stuff I use by getting a lot in bulk from my supplier, and I can usually sell the stuff at less than the prices online, plus no shipping fees.

    So post up on what quality stuff you'd like to see available locally to avoid purchasing online and waiting for the shipping, etc.

    Thanks,

    Ivan
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    microfiber towels. i always drop mine

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    good leather cleaner that doesn't grease up your seats. Also, good tire dressing is always nice!
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    blackfire wet diamond !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by be_good_chop_shop View Post
    microfiber towels. i always drop mine
    General use m/f towels or everything (general/paint, drying waffle weave, glass, etc.)? I'm definitely going to be selling the drying towels I use as they're very durable and do a great job collecting water.

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    good leather cleaner that doesn't grease up your seats. Also, good tire dressing is always nice!
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    blackfire wet diamond !!
    Leatherique and Blackfire Wet Diamond are two of my favorite products and are definitely on the list.
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    A decent APC would be nice. Seems all of the local places stopped carrying them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intel View Post
    A decent APC would be nice. Seems all of the local places stopped carrying them.
    I use Meguiar's APC+ and think it works great. I dilute it anywhere from 4:1 to 15:1 and use for degreasing wheel wells to lightly cleaning interiors.
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    Recognized as One of the Top Nine Auto Detailers in the US by AutoWeek Magazine!

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    Yeah I can't even find meguiars in stores anymore.. maybe I need to do a better search. Daily driver eats it up with long trips and transporting dirty people around all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intel View Post
    Yeah I can't even find meguiars in stores anymore.. maybe I need to do a better search. Daily driver eats it up with long trips and transporting dirty people around all the time.
    Transporting dirty people is a no no haha
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    if you had some DODO Juice products i would definitely be interested...
    may be the wrong section but since u bring detailing up heres a great resource.
    http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/forum/index.php

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