I use Black Magic Creme on my bike. Even though the paint is 22 years old, this stuff made the finish look about 6 feet deep.. It sheets the water off nicely too. I've been caught in the rain a few times, and I've never had to wipe off water spots.
Just my $.02
I'm an Eagle 1 man myself. I've tried all the rest, and I like Eagle 1 the most.
Edit: Actually, the only stuff I like more than Eagle 1 is Ardex. You can't buy it off the shelf, but if you know someone who works at a dealership, get them to hook you up with the local distributer's number. Also, along with their wax, get their "white wall cleaner." It cleans everything. Just spray on and rinse off....awesome stuff.
One more for Meguires...I found the Mirror Glaze group really does the job. If you are real serious get the cleaner (watch how heavy of a cut you get), then polish it, finish with the high tech wax. Polish and Wax are not the same thing.
im going to defiently recommend you do a review of different types. you have a rather unbiased opinion at this point.
buy a few different kinds and test them each.
different paints like different waxes and or polishes.
i had always had great luck with meguiers until rather ecently. my dad had purchased a 300SEL (less than 1000 built 387ci blah blah blah) like i said the stuff always works. well this time it didnt. now the paint is kinda messed. well actually its F***ed. made a semi ok paint go to almost as flat as primer. its bad. of course on a ramcharger it might not be such a loss to get some messed up paint.
but id defeintly recommed trying different kinds.
who knows, maybe cheap ass turtle wax will work.
i think we need a how to on detailing wax and polishing LOL.
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