Carpro Reset

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I really like this stuff. I am far from a detail fanatic, in fact I hate washing my cars and tend to rush. I did both these cars yesterday in a little more than an hour and I think they came out pretty good. [Linked Image] [Linked Image] [Linked Image] Edited to add: the superduty wheels took an addition 30 minutes, they were bad
 
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Reset is a great shampoo, especially if you car is ceramic coated (such as both of my hondas). Although, I don't use it more than every 4th-5th wash - too expensive. My go to maintenance shampoo is Adams - really good stuff at fair price.
 
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Love reset, but it is expensive and not really necessary unless you are doing maintenance for a ceramic coating.
 

BeerCan

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Originally Posted by The Critic
Love reset, but it is expensive and not really necessary unless you are doing maintenance for a ceramic coating.
It's all I had. Purchased it for my 981 which is ceramic coated, so I used what I had. When the urge strikes to clean I must do it immediately or it will pass laugh
 
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I love Reset, along with the Hydro2 and/or Reload combination. Now that one of my vehicles is black, Reload can be difficult to work, but most of the time, it's just easier to apply Hydro2, rinse, and dry.
 
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What I'm using as a drying aid and a topper for CQ UK is a mix of 1oz of Reload/1 oz of ECH2O and 28oz of distilled water. Works really well, CQ on my wife Pilot lasted two years and just starting to show signs of degradation. I have a bottle of CQ UK3.0 sitting on the shelf and will be polishing/coating these upcoming holidays.
 
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