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thanks guys

I spent most of this weekend cleaning my truck . from reading so many posts in this forum from you guys who use "Adams" ,i decided to give it a shot. I used the "Revive Polish" followed with the "buttery Wax " i also used the all purpose cleaner, VRT dressing and the under carriage spray. i did all the waxing and polishing by hand and there are no swirls to be found. i was glad to find it easy to remove also. So, i just wanted to send out a thanks to you guys for turning me on to this product and a thanks to Dale for recommending witch products to use. Thanks :Thumbup:
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Glad you liked it! I won't use anything else, and poked some fun at other guys at Smokin' cleaning with the "others" :
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only thing i could complain about is since it rained a bit the other night the VRT dressing ran down the side of my truck. sucks cause i put it on lightly and ran over it with a dry cloth to get any extra off so that i could avoid this problem. no big deal though

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only thing i could complain about is since it rained a bit the other night the VRT dressing ran down the side of my truck. sucks cause i put it on lightly and ran over it with a dry cloth to get any extra off so that i could avoid this problem. no big deal though
Ran down the side of your truck? Where else did you have it applied, bed liner I guess?

VRT is water based unlike oil based products which is why it still shines and is dry to the touch. Because it's water based, the rain would remove it.
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on my black plastic parts, bed rail caps, door handles , mirrors . dont get me wrong im happy with it i just wish it didnt run , sorta defeats the purpose . it looks great till it rains then its all over everything.

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Well now the VRT dressing that I applied to my exterior plastic ( bed rail caps, mirrors , and door handles ) has begun to have a whiteish haze . so i guess the first time of using that will be my last time. Not sure why this would happen when it says it is for exterior rubber, and plastics.

I am still happy with the polish and wax

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That sounds really weird........... Any possibility the bottle was mislabeled and actually contained some other product??

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not sure , its the first time i used it so i have no other bottle to compare it to

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I have used the VRT several times on my tires and plastic trim. I have not noticed it running or turning white.


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