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Old 06-18-2010, 11:44 AM   #16
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it is the best cleaning product brought to r/c imo to date.

The prep and shine even prevents the dirt and dust from clinging to anything its sprayed on. and it smells good, LOL
Maybe ill try that when the sc1 runs out. It does the same thing your saying and is lexan safe so i shine the bods with it.

can i put prep and shine on my bodies to shine them ?
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:34 PM   #17
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Maybe ill try that when the sc1 runs out. It does the same thing your saying and is lexan safe so i shine the bods with it.

can i put prep and shine on my bodies to shine them ?
DO NOT put prep and shine on a lexan body.

The description says: Formulated for use on plastic, painted, fiberglass and metal surfaces. Provides a long lasting luster and great corrosion barrier. Developed for the motorsports and automotive racing industry to aid in the prep and maintenence of today’s high-end street and off-road machines. CAUTION: Not for use on plexiglass windscreens or lexan RC car bodies

I have ordered their degreaser and prep and shine to try on my car. I have no idea how well the product works. The have a product called Pro shine for lexan bodies.

Link to their cleaners which include the prep and shine:

http://www.kalgard.com/products/products.asp?cat=14
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Old 06-18-2010, 01:19 PM   #18
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I heard that stuff wasn't very good. I'll stick with speedwash and sc1. My car smells like bubblegum and cherrys !!!!
You heard Kal Gard wasnt very good??? YOU HEARD WRONG!!!! The best stuff ever!

Degreaser and Prep & Shine. Tough to beat. And smells like cherry!
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DO NOT put prep and shine on a lexan body.

The description says: Formulated for use on plastic, painted, fiberglass and metal surfaces. Provides a long lasting luster and great corrosion barrier. Developed for the motorsports and automotive racing industry to aid in the prep and maintenence of today’s high-end street and off-road machines. CAUTION: Not for use on plexiglass windscreens or lexan RC car bodies

I have ordered their degreaser and prep and shine to try on my car. I have no idea how well the product works. The have a product called Pro shine for lexan bodies.

Link to their cleaners which include the prep and shine:

http://www.kalgard.com/products/products.asp?cat=14

Use the NEW Pro Shine on your lexan
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This stuff is dialed !
The O'Donnell cleaner is great stuff... smells good, doesn't attack plastics or rubber. I even put it on my corn flakes in the morning.
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The O'Donnell cleaner is great stuff... smells good, doesn't attack plastics or rubber. I even put it on my corn flakes in the morning.
Am I the only one that showers with it?
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Am I the only one that showers with it?
You weren't suppose to bring that up!
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Am I the only one that showers with it?
You're the only one on the team that showers... That's why we call you "Mr. Clean that thinks he's so special." among other things.
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You're the only one on the team that showers... That's why we call you "Mr. Clean that thinks he's so special." among other things.
Thinks? I know I'm special!
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How do you think I get my teeth so white?
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and to think i was planning on coming to meet all of you guys at the Futaba OS race.... maybe not... Lol.
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