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Old 06-19-2010, 10:31 PM
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Thanks for the posts everybody!

No HTwo O, thanks for the Bumperplugs recommendation, I'll go with them.
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Old 06-19-2010, 11:44 PM
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Originally Posted by weneversleep View Post
I really like the Klasse All-In-One sealant. Of course, it won't protect against chips, but melted tire goo just wipes right off.
+1 on Klasse AIO.
If you are really nuts, a top coat of P21S wax gives it an extra deep (and warmer) gloss.
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Old 06-20-2010, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by bagger View Post
Thanks for the posts everybody!

No HTwo O, thanks for the Bumperplugs recommendation, I'll go with them.
Glad this worked out for you. Eric and Bumperplugs have great products & customer service, fair pricing, and contribute a lot to the Porsche community and here at Rennlist.
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Old 06-20-2010, 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Larry Herman View Post
You got me. I have used lighter fluid (Naptha) on some of the stubborn stuff though.
The best stuff for all around removal of crud is a chemical used in body shops - wax and grease remover. PPG's is DX330, Sherwin-Williams' is called Sher-Will-Clean. It is used as a final wipedown before paint is applied. It isn't as harsh on paints as I would assume stuff like acetone or butane is. In my experience, it does work better at removing tire rubber than WD40. It will absolutely remove the wax, so if you have to use it, you'll have to rewax the car.

I'm surprised to see the mention of Zainos here. I bought some of that for my first new car (14 years ago), and I found that it certainly made things look better than other waxes, but it was very lacking in durability. I still have unfinished bottles of teh polish and wax.
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Old 06-20-2010, 01:48 PM
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Originally Posted by M758 View Post
Every 2-3 years I need at least a front end repaint to deal with rock chips.
What does that entail? Bumper, hood, and front fenders? What do they charge?
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