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Looking for combination product.

Hey guys, my buddy asked me if I knew of any wash/wax products and I thought I remembered seeing something on here about some but can't find it. So what he is looking for is a soap with wax in it. Any recommendations on certain brands that make this?

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Well i have some of the Armor-All version and I haven't used it yet, it's usually too hot to wash and dry a black truck here in FL...
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Hey guys, my buddy asked me if I knew of any wash/wax products and I thought I remembered seeing something on here about some but can't find it. So what he is looking for is a soap with wax in it. Any recommendations on certain brands that make this?

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Jutty
Jutty -
I know you said Soap with Wax, but have you looked into Waterless Products? Most of these offer a Wax along with the wash. I know I carry DWG and Poorboys of which both offer products that may be what you are looking for.
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I know you said Soap with Wax, but have you looked into Waterless Products? Most of these offer a Wax along with the wash. I know I carry DWG and Poorboys of which both offer products that may be what you are looking for.
That may work, I'll pass a link to your page on to my friend thanks!
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umm just did a quick search....and could you link me to the products...sorry...all those things look the same to me...
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The DWG product is Click Here


Poorboys is Click Here

I personaly like both Products, But someone that is new to Waterless wash products I would recommand the DWG, as it is more consistant, and takes less "knowledge". Poorboys is WONDERFUL don't get me wrong, but it takes some getting use to, and knowledge of how waterless products work. So for newbee's I say DWG, for the detailer that washes their car often, I would recommand Poorboys. Most professional detailers that I work with buy Poorboys, most everyday people buy DWG... Hope that helps.
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in response to charles link for the dwg here is the link to his site for the Ultra-Ion
http://www.wholesalemn.com/dri-wash-...16oz-w-pu.html

I highly reccomend that product, it is a much greater product then the classic. and several members on here love that product as well.

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Poorboy's For the Win! I bought some Poorboys stuff and it rocks, man! I would definitely reccomend anything from Poorboys!
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awesome...i sent all the links to my buddy...thanks for the help guys!
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