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      05-27-2006, 12:38 AM   #1
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DP Wheel Glaze, Pooboys Wheel Sealant or WheelWax?

Between the three which one would you guys recommend? Have any of you tried any of these? They're all $15 so I'm having a hard time deciding which one to buy.

http://www.superiorcarcare.net/pbws.html (Poorboys)
http://www.superiorcarcare.net/dp-wheel-glaze.html (DP)
http://www.wheelwax.com (WheelWax)
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      05-27-2006, 12:40 AM   #2
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If you really want to start spending some money go here....http://www.griotsgarage.com/index.jsp
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The only one I have used is Wheel wax and their tire shine, I am happy with both make getting the brake dust off easier.
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I've been using Klasse (one of its many uses) on my wheels and they are super easy to clean and don't build up as much dust as they used to. Most of the dust comes off when I get the car washed, the rest just wipes away with a wet towel. I've used just the All In One (AIO), as they do not seem to need an application of Sealant Glaze. Klasse really is an amazing product and if you are looking to save money, it is a valuable multi-tasker.
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WheelWax is best. Been using it for years....and I tried all the others. Brade dust mostly doesn't stick and the stuff that does, sprays right off. Good stuff.
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If you really want to start spending some money go here....http://www.griotsgarage.com/index.jsp
Sorry to say but Griots Sucks!!!!!! Everything ive ever bought from them ive returned. The only decent product is the under carriage spray. Otherwise no thanks.
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Between the three which one would you guys recommend? Have any of you tried any of these? They're all $15 so I'm having a hard time deciding which one to buy.

http://www.superiorcarcare.net/pbws.html (Poorboys)
http://www.superiorcarcare.net/dp-wheel-glaze.html (DP)
http://www.wheelwax.com (WheelWax)

Ive got Poorboys, does a nice job. Wheelwax however is one of the very few things ive never tried. Ill have to order it this week. HEHE
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Sorry to say but Griots Sucks!!!!!! Everything ive ever bought from them ive returned. The only decent product is the under carriage spray. Otherwise no thanks.
Uh oh! I just spent $90 there yesterday. Hopefully I have better luck than you have with their products.
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Uh oh! I just spent $90 there yesterday. Hopefully I have better luck than you have with their products.

There product are over priced and dont perform as well as other comparable products. There MF's are terrible, everything is over priced. Some people like there speedshine I thought it was decent. Stay away from there clay, i had so much trouble with there clay. Ive clayed cars dozens and dozens of times it kept leaving residue on the paint. It was a nightmare.
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