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Adams Polish order

I just placed a sweet order with adams polish!!!

I got 2 of the Absolute Essentials Gallon pack
http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-257-a...llon-pack.aspx

and 1 of the Adams Perfect Interior kit
http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-348-a...erior-kit.aspx


I cant wait! The trucks looking a little rough and need a cleaning!!
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I know what you mean... I got to get after mine one more time before winter gets here...
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Im a retard though and i forgot to Type in TDG to get my 10% discount!!
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I got my absolute essentials kit back in early summer...and haven't even had the chance to open stuff up yet. :

I need a weekend of good quality bonding time with my truck

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I got my absolute essentials kit back in early summer...and haven't even had the chance to open stuff up yet. :

I need a weekend of good quality bonding time with my truck
Probably because it has not stopped snowing there since then.

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I'm gonna need to start locking mine up...I turned my son on to it. Now he has turned a few of his friends on to it. The problem being I seem to be the supplier of it all....
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I have nearly converted completely to Adams stuff. I have the PC, the Machine Super Wax, the Fine Machine Polish, the Swirl and Haze Remover, the Buttery Wax, the Revive Polish, the Glass Cleaner, the leather cleaner, the leather conditioner, the All Purpose Cleaner, the new Waterless Wash, a bunch of the blue plush microfibers, a bunch of the foam applicators, the white waffle weave drying towel, the glass cleaning microfibers and the blue waffle weave that came with the waterless wash deal. The only things I am not using is the tire cleaner (probably will change to it too in the near future), the Undercarriage spray (again, just a matter of time) and the VRT (which I likely will not switch to)...

Just a hint for you guys though, don't bother with the microfibers for glass. I got two of them and frankly, they aren't any better than the cheapos I already had that came from Wally World for less than half the money.. Everything else I've used is IMHO, head and shoulders above the competition...

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i love their polishes and waxes, I agree that there Micro fiber towels are not any better than most and you can buy ones that are just as good for less. I can not stand their VRT dressing or the leather cleaner. But doing what i do for a living i have so many vendors coming in and giving us samples i get to compare every brand to all the others which allows me to find what works best from all companies . my stash has a little bit of many different brands. Oh yeah i really like the undercarriage spray too

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i love their polishes and waxes, I agree that there Micro fiber towels are not any better than most and you can buy ones that are just as good for less. I can not stand their VRT dressing or the leather cleaner. But doing what i do for a living i have so many vendors coming in and giving us samples i get to compare every brand to all the others which allows me to find what works best from all companies . my stash has a little bit of many different brands. Oh yeah i really like the undercarriage spray too
Their glass towels are not any better than others but I would have to say that their microfibers are higher quality than normal OTC towels. I am curious as to why you do not like the VRT or the Leather Cleaner? The leather cleaner has worked great for me, most of the time I use it at 2:1 or 1:1 dilution.

The GWC is a great cleaner and works great at 1:1 or full strength depending on how dirty your rims are.

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I love the Leather Cleaner. Use it all the time. I have almost stopped using VRT for most applications, and went with the Under Carriage Spray. I only used VRT for tires and the plastic trim and mirrors, never inside. IMO the Under Carriage is much better.

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