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      12-30-2010, 03:51 PM   #1
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Adams In & Out Spray

Can anyone comment on this product?? Does spraying it in your engine bay ever cause any issues when it gets on something hot (which i??

Any issues with it getting on your paint??

Does it last??

Does this just "cover up" or does it treat and protect??

I have a white car and the product seems pretty good from the video and what I read.

Any issues or concerns with this??
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No issues with things getting hot. I only use it in my engine compartment so it doesn't end up on my paint. It doesn't really seem to protect that much, more just makes engine compartment bits look nice and dark. Really easy to work with, not greasy and gets into areas you couldn't with an applicator.

I always detail my car when it's cold so I can't comment 100% on applying to a hot engine, but I'd avoid that with any product.
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      12-30-2010, 10:54 PM   #3
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I've used this several times before on the black mesh at the bottom of the front bumper. It gives it a nice natural shine, although not too obvious since the trim wasn't fading or anything. I wiped off all excess products on the paint with a microfibre towel immediately.

I also used it on the rubber trim of an old '99 Honda - I'd say the effects lasted about a week or so. The car is parked outside 100% of the time though.


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Can anyone comment on this product?? Does spraying it in your engine bay ever cause any issues when it gets on something hot (which i??

Any issues with it getting on your paint??

Does it last??

Does this just "cover up" or does it treat and protect??

I have a white car and the product seems pretty good from the video and what I read.

Any issues or concerns with this??
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