Thanks Darrick.DiecastX said:I use the Meguiars Detailers Kit and its awesome. I have not found anything better.
Befroe I got the kit, I was using meguiars from off the shelf as it is essentially the same thing :cheers
Off the shelf meant at any auto pars store. :cheersDennis said:
Thanks Tom D. :cheersTMD96 said:I've been using Meguiar Quik Detailer in a spray bottle for quite a while now. It's supposed to be something you use between waxing to keep the shine. It works well for me. I use it on every new models I get. Spray it on a soft polishing cloth and apply then buff lightly. I don't use it on windshields or windows though as they tend to scratch easily. It helps repel dust and leaves a good shine.
:lol :lol . I take care of my Die cast better then my room. :giggle :giggle :giggleMax Power said:I first go over my cars with Meguiar's Medallion Series "Premium Paint Cleaner" which is perfect for getting the sticky crap from AUTOart off and also very good at bringing back a deep shine if the paint is dull. It also removes al th oily film that is on a lot of cars.
Then I go over it with Medallion "Premium Paint Protection" for a fantastic finish.
I can't tell you how happy I am with the results.
This really work well with the lower end stuff like Welly, Maisto and so on.
I did the Maisto black Mustang SVT and I couldn't get over the difference!
I first tried it on a very faded Bburago Ferrari that I thought was done for :crying
After about 20-30 Minutes of work, It has a very deep gloss to it!
Well worth the time it takes and now, I make a point to do every car I get.
I find it very enjoyable to bring out a couple of cars and work on them in the evening while watching a movie or something.
Maybe I need some serious help :confused :lol