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Re: What are you using for car wax?

Posted by draftingmonkey on April 28, 2005 at 21:02:08:

Check out Griot's Garage products. They do mail catalog/web orders and are out of Tacoma, WA. I have been using their waxes, washes, tire treatments, etc. for a number of years and have always been impressed by their quality. I live in So Cal near the coast so my cars sit out in the sun and coastal (salty) air a lot and always look good.

Give them a look at www.griotsgarage.com. One thing I recommend whether you use their products or not is the car care (detailers) handbook. It is a very informative book on caring for your cars finish, inside and out. I learned a lot from it.

And no, I am not affiliated to them, just like their products.

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