PreWow Usage Feedback

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Mr. Jim, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. Mr. Jim

    Mr. Jim Mudshark
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    So, I'm getting RDNZL ready for the winter storage season and what better time to try out the PreWow cleaner.

    Cleaned, clayed, the test began.

    Going for the big test that pesky stain from when I had the rear wiper and washer hooked up.

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    I can get rid of this for some time, but it always shows back up. I sprayed it with the PreWow and let it soak for a few minutes and then used a microfiber to remove and see the results.

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    Not totally gone, but way better and the Amigo and Epic would finish it off. We'll have to see if it stays away.

    Next up was the engine bay.

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    I sprayed the PreWow on a microfiber and worked it in.

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    This was the result. What I am liking about the PreWow is that on certain plastics it cleans AND leaves a sheen as can be seen on the intercooler cover. No BlackWow there just the PW.

    Driving light before.

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    After PW only.

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    I cleaned all the plastic trim. The oem trim cleaned up nice ready for BW, but the front spoiler stayed shiny and clean. Since I'm in the garage some of the pictures had to be lighten to see the areas.

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    After, but before BW.
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    So I really digging the PW and I'm sure the more I use it the more things I'll find to use it on. I like the way it shines certain plastics and cleans well the others, it smells great, easily removed from paint if over-sprayed onto and it taste good on cereal :D

    If I have time today, I'll get RDNZL out in the sun for some better pictures.

    So just want to say "Thanks Richard" for another great product!

    Cheers
    Mr. Jim
     
  2. Octaneguy

    Octaneguy New Member

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    Very nice!!! Thanks for taking the time to write this up! Looks great! It's great to see PW being tested on things I haven't really been able to test, like the stain by the rear emblem! :D:Thumbsup:

    Richard
     
  3. TGS91

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    Jim,

    Thanks for the tip on that stain under the rear washer

    Have the same thing, tried hand and machine buffing with Swirl, etc

    Will take some PW to it!
     
  4. Mr. Jim

    Mr. Jim Mudshark
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    Short of trying to wet sand the cearcoat, so far it has been the best fix.
     
  5. Metalman

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    Any idea what caused that? Chemicals in the washer fluid?
     
  6. Justa Jim

    Justa Jim Well-Known Member
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    Oddly I do not seem to get that on the MY color. I use the rear wiper a lot too. :confused5:

    Jim
     
  7. Mr. Jim

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    That's the only thing I an think of, maybe a misture of the oem fluid and dirt drying on the paint.
     

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