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Old 07-06-2010, 09:35 PM   #1
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New products at Autowerkes

We have added a few new products to our lineup

Optimum's excellent tire dressing in the more economical gallon size


Chaos. The new wax from Victoria Wax. Contains a bunch of polymers to aid in durability and shine. Three coats layered back to back (no cure time) will last 6 months on a car parked outside all winter. Very easy on and off.


Mayhem. Same as above but with less polymers.


Exterior glass cleaner with water repellant built in.


Non acid wheel cleaner. Even at 4:1, this stuff sticks like crazy!
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I'm gonna have to get your opinion on a decent rim/wheel cleaner (one safe for all wheel types) and a good tire dressing (I like the higher gloss finish).

I'm almost out, and instead of going to crappy tire or walmart, I'd much rather give you the business. I know you'll hook me up with good products!

Perhaps one of the listed products would fit the bill?
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i'd be interested in the tire shine too...
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any good polish compound for rims/polish rims?

i dont see any in ur website


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I'm gonna have to get your opinion on a decent rim/wheel cleaner (one safe for all wheel types) and a good tire dressing (I like the higher gloss finish).

I'm almost out, and instead of going to crappy tire or walmart, I'd much rather give you the business. I know you'll hook me up with good products!

Perhaps one of the listed products would fit the bill?
Autoglym Custom Wheel Cleaner - or P21S if you feel balling - for the wheels. Absolutely safe for any finish, and is an extremely good product. It helped me clean brake calipers that have never been cleaned for 50,000 km better than actual brake cleaner. And in the 5-liter quantity (can be cut to make 10 L of final product) it's very economical.

I think either the Blackfire Tire Gel or the Optimum Tire Shine will work for you as a tire dressing.
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I'm gonna have to get your opinion on a decent rim/wheel cleaner (one safe for all wheel types) and a good tire dressing (I like the higher gloss finish).

I'm almost out, and instead of going to crappy tire or walmart, I'd much rather give you the business. I know you'll hook me up with good products!

Perhaps one of the listed products would fit the bill?
AG CWC, CG Diablo and Sticky Gel, P21S and Gloss it are all safe for all wheels. Optimum Tire Shine and Blackfire Tire Gel are both water based and quite shiny.

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any good polish compound for rims/polish rims?

DG Metal Polish and Optimum Metal Polish. Both are under the Engine section.

i dont see any in ur website


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