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    Black is the new lime green

    Dammit....

    Keeping my 4runner clean this summer has been impossible. I wash it 4 days later its got a lime green haze of pollen on it. Any suggestions?


    Also looking for recommendations for long lasting hard wax, really long lasting perhaps that repels pollen? LOL
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    Chemical guys - best stuff out there


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    Quote Originally Posted by candidryanv View Post
    Chemical guys - best stuff out there

    Holy fook... to many choices...

    http://www.chemicalguys.com/Car_Wax_Sealants_s/3.htm
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    I've stuck mostly to TR3 since the early 90's.
    I recently tried a Mother's 3 step and will be going back TR3.
    TR3 may not smell as nice but in one step you remove light scratches and water spots and then in an hour you polish to a shine and are done (Mother's took a whole weekend).

    I'd describe it as a rubbing compound that polishes to a resin shell, won't wash off like wax so you are good for 6 months.
    I found the manufacture's page so you can take in the official opinion ~ http://bluemagicusa.com/index.php/bl...ic/products/91

    Awesome for glass, too.

    Your mileage may vary so be careful.

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