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Joecub 10-05-2015 08:12 PM

Wipenew! Everbody needs to try this!
 

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Has anyone tried this stuff? Saw it at the 2015 automotive trade show in Melbourne and tried it last week! It's awesome and brings plastics up like new and dries! Guaranteed for 2 years! Attachment 71235

Nanook 11-05-2015 08:57 AM

You'll probably find that this product is full of silicon which is what gives the plastic the shine.

Unfortunately if it is full of silicon, after using it for a length of time it will start to dry out your plastics and do more damage than good. So go easy.

Joecub 11-05-2015 09:17 AM

It's not silicon nanook, it dried and has no greasy feel to it, it's thin as water and dries to bring the surface up like new, it seems to have some sort of resin in it like clearcoat and is guaranteed to last 2 years, it's awesome! I'm a spray painter by trade in a prestige paint shop and don't go for silicon products for obvious reasons and this stuff is not silicon based, try it it's amazing

snowing 11-05-2015 10:09 AM

I agree with Nanook, this product has been out for some time and yes it is full of silicon unfortunately. I have personally seen how bad it can be from my mates Honda where he used a little bit to test on bumper and it turns grey the third day. The worst part is that it can't be removed and it cost him quite a bit to get it done properly and respray it. :)

Joecub 11-05-2015 10:53 AM

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This stuff has no silicon in it, the stuff you used on your mates honda may have been a different product, Attachment 71242

Jeff 11-05-2015 11:26 AM

Funny - we rejected being the distributor for this product. I put a couple of coats on the TJ flares and was impressed, however it didnt last as long as I expected. We ended up going with Detail Doctor instead.

Joecub 11-05-2015 11:31 AM

hey Jeff, does the Detail Doctor dry the same as the wipenew stuff? or does it stay geasy? how long did you get out of the wipenew stuff? it looks pretty good so far and its been a month

Clarky 11-05-2015 12:38 PM

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/m...ners/index.htm

Das_Colonel 11-05-2015 01:53 PM

I've tried Back to Black and Meguiars Ultimate Black. I reckon both last about 3 weeks. I've got a bottle of Auto-Glym I'm going to try this week. The Meguiars stuff I bought came in little precut, impregnated sponges - it did make it a hell of a lot easier to apply.

Bottom line is that no product is going to last forever - you just want to get the best value for money and something that isn't going to damage another part of your Jeep.


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