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Old 03-02-2010, 11:52 AM   #1
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anybody heard anything about this place?
apparently its the same as yaletown auto spa?
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Old 03-02-2010, 02:56 PM   #2
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I'd stay away from any place that uses a chamois to dry and windex for windows...
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I'd stay away from any place that uses a chamois to dry and windex for windows...
hey brendan, not that i use either, but why is that?
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hey brendan, not that i use either, but why is that?
Well for one, chamois' are a big no-no for paint care. They cause a lot of un-necessary marring. A lot better of an alternative would be a microfiber drying towel. And as for windex, depending on which type they use, some windex contain ammonia. Ammonia is definitely something you don't want on tinted glass. Lots of better products, imo if a shop like that is using a product like windex and a chamois, they don't know they're stuff and I wouldn't trust them with a car. Just me though.
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