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    difference between "professional" and "detailer" lines

    Just a quick question

    Are there any significant differences between pro and detailer lines?

    meguiars rocks, so I assume there is probably logic with the 2 branches

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    thanks for the reply

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    Re: difference between "professional" and "detailer" lines

    Well, everyproduct has something different/unique about it.

    It is really just a matter of getting the products that fit your needs, any of them are possible.
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    Re: difference between "professional" and "detailer" lines

    If you look at the products in both lines you'll notice our Detailer line is primarily degreasers and dressings and these products are lacking in the Professional Line. It has to do with the high use products used by these two different industries, i.e. body shops and detail shops.

    Body Shops are focused on paint care, detail shops are focused on all of the car with an emphasis on clean and shiny, this means cleaners, as in degreasers and soaps and then after the surfaces are clean, dressing them to make them look new and waxing the paint to make it shiny again. For most production detail shops the paint care segment is a one-step process using a cleaner/wax of some type, contrast to body shops where they are usually doing a multiple step process requiring compounds and polishes.

    Both lines are focused on the primary needs of the two different industries and compliment each other as both lines are available to both industries, that way anyone can get anything they want and/or need.

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    Re: difference between "professional" and "detailer" lines

    Body Shops are focused on paint care, detail shops are focused on all of the car with an emphasis on clean and shiny,
    thanks!

    that makes sense

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    Re: difference between "professional" and "detailer" lines

    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonBlack View Post
    Just a quick question

    Are there any significant differences between pro and detailer lines?
    The detailer line is a pro line. I think you mean Mirror Glaze and Detailer.

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    Re: difference between "professional" and "detailer" lines

    Quote Originally Posted by AeroCleanse View Post
    The detailer line is a pro line. I think you mean Mirror Glaze and Detailer.
    Important distinction, good point. Both lines our in our "Professional Line" of products formulated for and intended for use by Professionals.
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