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Old 08-05-2011, 04:33 PM
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Yeah, the junkman uses Adams stuff.

I watch all his videos to learn but just have always used Meguiars.

Dunno why, I just like Coke better than Pepsi.
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I am new here so I'm not sure if I'm suppose to recommend products or not. If I'm not just let me know.

If you're looking for a simple polishing solution with a 110% money back guarantee I'd go with Adam's Polishes. I've been using their products for almost a year and have never looked back.
There's nothing wrong with being new and recommending products.

Several times I have looked into getting Adam's stuff, but I cannot justify spending 4-5 times more for products that I can get [comparable ones] through professional detailing retailers. I am sure it works well as the company that manufactures their products is the same that manufactures many other successful detailing brands.

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There's nothing wrong with being new and recommending products.

Several times I have looked into getting Adam's stuff, but I cannot justify spending 4-5 times more for products that I can get [comparable ones] through professional detailing retailers. I am sure it works well as the company that manufactures their products is the same that manufactures many other successful detailing brands.
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What's the link for?

Also to clarify, I don't mean to insinuate that Adams is the same as anyone else. They are their own company 100% with their own individual products. A lot of stuff has been insinuated about their chemicals looking, smelling, being labeled the same as others. But in the end, it is up to the customer to make an educated decision on what they want to spend and what they want to spend it on.

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