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Slickdeals makes you want to buy first and learn later but resist that urge. There is a good subreddit dedicated to car washing that recommends what to buy based off your level of commitment.

My technique is to protect the paint with a thick barrier of road grime, insect debris, dust, and some asphalt tar. Then I read about cleaning techniques and never do anything. My cars look like shit but I've saved a bundle!
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Of course not....you need the foaming soap to go with it, then you're big league!
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Over priced and over commercialized products. I tried but didn't feel their products was any better than the regular car wash products, other than the smell. I don't think it's worth it unless it's 50% off or more
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Some good deals and good gifts if you have a car guy in your life. Nothing really stands out to me though.
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Please note that simply buying a foam cannon will not make you a good detailer.
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Please note that simply buying a foam cannon will not make you a good detailer.
Of course not....you need the foaming soap to go with it, then you're big league!
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Still have flashbacks from last yrs deals on chemical guys
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Still have flashbacks from last yrs deals on chemical guys
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Still have flashbacks from last yrs deals on chemical guys
please explain I missed it I guess
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Still have flashbacks from last yrs deals on chemical guys
I don't know the reference but I'm intrigued.

But I just bought a new car and hadn't really been washing my old one outside of automated car washes, what does everyone suggest to get me started for home washing/detailing?
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I don't know the reference but I'm intrigued.

But I just bought a new car and hadn't really been washing my old one outside of automated car washes, what does everyone suggest to get me started for home washing/detailing?
Pressure washer, car soap, buffer, variety of buffing/polishing/compounding pads, wash mitt, two buckets, rubbing compound, polish, clay bar, ceramic coating.
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I don't know the reference but I'm intrigued.

But I just bought a new car and hadn't really been washing my old one outside of automated car washes, what does everyone suggest to get me started for home washing/detailing?
Last year around this time, Amazon had a price mistake on a bunch of chemical guys car cleaning and waxing products. Some people got kits with DA Polishers and several waxes for under $10.
As for right now, if you don't have anything and want to get into really keeping your new car clean and shiny, the Arsenal Builder kit is a good deal.
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Over priced and over commercialized products. I tried but didn't feel their products was any better than the regular car wash products, other than the smell. I don't think it's worth it unless it's 50% off or more
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I don't know the reference but I'm intrigued.

But I just bought a new car and hadn't really been washing my old one outside of automated car washes, what does everyone suggest to get me started for home washing/detailing?
Slickdeals makes you want to buy first and learn later but resist that urge. There is a good subreddit dedicated to car washing that recommends what to buy based off your level of commitment.

My technique is to protect the paint with a thick barrier of road grime, insect debris, dust, and some asphalt tar. Then I read about cleaning techniques and never do anything. My cars look like shit but I've saved a bundle!
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I've been using their products for a while and can honestly say they are just ok. As long as you get a soap that has a neutral acidity you'll be fine. Foam from a hose isn't about cleaning better. It's about ease of use. You'll still need to brush/wipe clean. I've been using a hose foam sprayer from Wolfgang for about 10 years. I spray a side and use a nice pole brush to scrub. Then I rinse. Works great.

I've also used their lemon cleaner, hybrid wax, new car/leather scent, and VRP (vinyl / rubber / protectant).
Hybrid wax is ok but it's no where near as good as a real wax job. It's really just for a quick shine with some light protectant.
The new car smell (spray) is ok but very strong. Only use it for old cars.
The lemon cleaner is ok but don't use it if you have that new car smell or it will overpower and remove it.
The VRP is good, but don't expect it to last through rainstorms.

I have a ton of VRP left, but I'm switching over to 303 UV protectant. I use that on my lights now.

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