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      05-24-2009, 10:26 PM   #1
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Tech Shine - all in one gloss enhancer

Hey guys, just came across this new product called Tech-Shine and decided to try it. Basically it's this liquid you put on the car when you're washing it, in between washing and rinsing it.

It shines the paint right up - just like when you wax the car. You're supposed to do it every time you wash the car in between waxes and it keeps the car shining brilliantly, and I'm very impressed. It literally takes 5 minutes to put it on the entire car and the result is, so far, fantastic!

Here are a some pictures I snapped right after to show the shine. It looks like a freshly detailed car

The website is www.tech-shine.com

PM me if you have any questions about it! Thanks for reading








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Anyone interested?
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      06-03-2009, 05:59 PM   #3
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car looks good..
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doesn't it seem like a QD or something similar?
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Car looks good for not having been waxed .....
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Ok, I'll bite for a second. I would love a sample to try it out. First, the sponge is a grout/sea sponge so I can use what I have. Second, the application looks easy except I do not like the last one. They say to dry with a batch towel or chamois, which will cause marring and induce swirls.

If you could send me a sample I would love to try it and post before and afters, as well as a durability test. I'm not skeptical but very curious.
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Car looks good for not having been waxed .....
Well, the soap I have does have a wax in it too. I use P&S car wash.
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Ok, I'll bite for a second. I would love a sample to try it out. First, the sponge is a grout/sea sponge so I can use what I have. Second, the application looks easy except I do not like the last one. They say to dry with a batch towel or chamois, which will cause marring and induce swirls.

If you could send me a sample I would love to try it and post before and afters, as well as a durability test. I'm not skeptical but very curious.
It's super easy to do, like they say. As far as drying, I don't use those, I use strictly microfiber because I feel most comfortable knowing the fact that I won't scratch the paint because I can control all variables on where the towels go.

I'll shoot you a PM regarding a sample and see if I can send you out one.
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i might have to try out this tech-shine! car looks great by the way brian!
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i might have to try out this tech-shine! car looks great by the way brian!
definitely recommend it marvin! if by some chance over summer we have a detailing party i will be sure to bring some for you to try out.
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Just giving an update. I've been using this now for years, and the cars pictured are now over 7 years old. Still look brand new. Can't recommend this enough...






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Sounds kind of like CarPro Hydr02 except you have to wipe it on. Liquid sealant is what it is.
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Wow this is something that id be interested in... Are you in cali? I'd really appreciate a sample.
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