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    Gold Class High Gloss Detailer & Gold Class Carnauba + Quick Wax

    I performed a 5 hr. detail on my 2011 F150 SCab saturday afternoon. I cleaned and dressed the interior; washed, dried and clayed the exterior. I then grabbed my bottle of Color X and applied it with my Meg's DA. I rounded thing's off with an application of 303 on my soft tonneau cover. I then applied a coat of Color X to the wheels and dressed the tires and trim.

    Now to the rave. I dusted off the truck this afternoon and applied a coat of GCC+ Quick Wax. This really made my Race Red F150 pop. It added a little depth to the paint.

    I also used a bottle of the GC High Gloss Detailer on my 1994 Oxford White F150. It added to the gloss of the previous coat of UP and ULW.

    I really love the new Gold Class products. I actually enjoy using them more than the UQD which I really wasn't fond of. Although, the UQW is very easy to apply and remove, and it looks great on the wifes Bordeaux Red Metallic Fusion.

    Thanks for a few more outstanding products,

    James

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    Re: Gold Class High Gloss Detailer & Gold Class Carnauba + Quick Wax

    I used Gold Class Quik Wax today for the first time on my car that was waxed with ULW last week. The GCQW does add a bit of depth, but doesn't darken the paint in the same way that UQW did. I have used GCQW on my tires with success, it made the tires a little shinier than a matte black.

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    Re: Gold Class High Gloss Detailer & Gold Class Carnauba + Quick Wax

    Thanks for the reviews!

    Ghost, it's interesting that you saw more darkening with UQW than with GCQW as we would expect just the opposite. Both are great products, and we know everyone is going to have their favorite. Interesting twist on things by applying the GCQW on your tires - that's a new one on us!
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