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Old 02-28-2010, 03:09 PM   #1
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When I was at Motorama last weekend the Odonnell guy had a silicone spray to keep the chassis and the body clean. Its keeps the dirt from sticking and makes easyer to clean. Do anyone know of a spray that does that?
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Old 02-28-2010, 03:11 PM   #2
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We use GT85, however any silicone/PTFE based spray should work
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When I was at Motorama last weekend the Odonnell guy had a silicone spray to keep the chassis and the body clean. Its keeps the dirt from sticking and makes easyer to clean. Do anyone know of a spray that does that?
There many different brands a friend just turned me on to it a few weeks ago chek out this not sure if thats what you are looking for. http://www.hobbytron.com/ICS-Silicon-Spray.html http://wboil.com/desertsynthetics/storefront/als.html
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Kal-Gard Prep and Shine.
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Kal-Gard Prep and Shine.
Their website states "CAUTION: Not for use on plexiglass windscreens or lexan RC car bodies."
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I know some people who have been using them for their bodies with no problems. I personally use pledge for my bodies and prep and shine for my chassis. Just make sure not to spry on the brakes.
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I use TAG body spray.

Softens tires to.
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Old 02-28-2010, 04:47 PM   #8
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We are using Kalgard Prep & Shine on the Chassis and the new Pro-Shine on the bodies.

Pro-Shine will be hitting dealers next week. My first order is on its way and I will have plenty at PNB in Atlanta this weekend.

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"heavy duty silicone" in the red can at wal-mart, its like $2 over by the wd-40 isle and it will spray the car down 10 times before its empty. i don't race without it. after the race, tap tap and air compressor, done. tires still have to wash.
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I know some people who have been using them for their bodies with no problems. I personally use pledge for my bodies and prep and shine for my chassis. Just make sure not to spry on the brakes.
two of the best things to use right there pledge and kel-gard prep and shine
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We are using Kalgard Prep & Shine on the Chassis and the new Pro-Shine on the bodies.

Pro-Shine will be hitting dealers next week. My first order is on its way and I will have plenty at PNB in Atlanta this weekend.
Ready rollers.com sell your stuff. I will just order some stuff from there. I race with him and he is really cool. Thanks for the replys.
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Kalgard Racing Any Canadian Dist ?
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maxima SC1 keeps my car crazy clean....its like a new car in a can...
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Dupont teflon spray at lowes. Don't get the liquid wrench version...
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