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Old 10-30-2008, 12:20 PM   #1
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Halloween Orange and Black sale at Detailed Image!

So we decided to run a special on some of our products that have black or orange in them in honor of Halloween. This is a 2 Day sale and ends midnight on Halloween EST. Enjoy!



NEW Chemical Guys E-zyme Natura Wax


Dodo Juice Orange Crush


Dodo Juice Rubbish Boy's Juiced Edition



Chemical Guys Pete's '53 Black Pearl Paste Wax



Chemical Guys 50/50 Paste Wax


Lake Country Black Finishing Pad



Lake Country Orange Light Cutting Pad


Lake Country 4" Black Finishing Pad


Lake Country 4" Orange Light Cutting Pad


Gilmour Foamaster II Foam Gun


Pinnacle Liquid Souveran Spray Wax


Dodo Juice Need for Speed Cleaner Wax


Chemical Guys Sticky Gel Citrus Wheel Cleaner


Chemical Guys Microfiber Cleaning Detergent


Chemical Guys Extreme Offensive Odor Remover


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Old 10-30-2008, 02:07 PM   #2
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Greg, compared to Poorboys Red Paste Wax, how is the Chemical Guys Pete's '53 Black Pearl Paste Wax?

In terms of Durability, Beading, and Looks
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Hmm, I sort of want to get Dodo RB to complete the duo.....
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Old 10-31-2008, 11:56 AM   #4
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Greg, compared to Poorboys Red Paste Wax, how is the Chemical Guys Pete's '53 Black Pearl Paste Wax?

In terms of Durability, Beading, and Looks
The PBW Natty's Red Paste Wax is a great wax and a very good value. I love the Natty's Red on all colors and it spreads very easy. The CG Pete's 53 is a great wax and looks quite glossy, especially on darker colored paints. I would definitely get the Pete's 53 for any darker paint and it's very close on lighter colors. The 50/50 Limited Edition Concourse Wax is an exceptional wax and probably one of the best products for the money, especially considering the sale price. For Durability and Beading I would give the slightest edge to the 50/50, but really almost all natural carnauba waxes are quite limited. Generally speaking waxes all offer quite limited durability and beading so the differences are very slight. Waxes last about 2 - 6 weeks depending on conditions. If you want more protection layer a sealant underneath the wax. Let me know if you need a sealant recommendation or if you have any other questions.

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The PBW Natty's Red Paste Wax is a great wax and a very good value. I love the Natty's Red on all colors and it spreads very easy. The CG Pete's 53 is a great wax and looks quite glossy, especially on darker colored paints. I would definitely get the Pete's 53 for any darker paint and it's very close on lighter colors. The 50/50 Limited Edition Concourse Wax is an exceptional wax and probably one of the best products for the money, especially considering the sale price. For Durability and Beading I would give the slightest edge to the 50/50, but really almost all natural carnauba waxes are quite limited. Generally speaking waxes all offer quite limited durability and beading so the differences are very slight. Waxes last about 2 - 6 weeks depending on conditions. If you want more protection layer a sealant underneath the wax. Let me know if you need a sealant recommendation or if you have any other questions.

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Alright, I'll end up buying 50/50 or Pete's 53........

I already got some sealant. Klasse HGS........I hate it though, it's a PITA to remove
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You'll love both waxes I assure you. I do agree the HGSG can be a little tough to remove. Sometimes I spray a little quick detailer on my removal towel. When the HGSG runs out you should try the Chemical Guys Jetseal 109. It offers excellent protection and shine similar to the HGSG but it is soooo much easier to use.

Let us know what you think of whatever wax you wind up selecting. Thank you for your continued support!

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