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    Meguiar's Hits Homerun with Hyper Dressing D170

    Hey all I have not been around alot it is summer and we are just booming with buisness. I wanted to tell the professional detailer's out there that this brand new product could revolutionize the way we think of engine dressing and tire dressing interior coating etc.

    First off let me say I am the absolute worst about new products and I would never endorse anything I have not used personally. However Rod Kraft (great guy) Came to me with one of those miracles in a bottle things that never happen ( he is a regional manager for Meguiar's in the north east . ) Well any way he told me that there is a new product coming out and wanted me to try it. I shrugged and said ok.The product was this hyper dressing mixed four to one in a spray bottle. I looked at it and smelled it then looked at him like he had a third head on his shoulders or something. He said to try it . so I gave it a shot on a dirty tire that had never been washed I sprayed it on just to see what it could (I am not endorsing this idea ) The tire came out looking brand new. I have to say It was shocking . So we had a car that the engine was just cleaned on I tried it and again it made the engine look brand new. Again shocked we tried it on interior components dashs etc. made it look brand new . Now this one chemical just saved me time and money because we used the same bottle. I do not like silicones for several reasons but the biggest one is it is very hard to get overspray off so when we used any tire dressing we were extremely careful to not get it all over the place.Silicones also make your work enviroment unsafe because when they are sprayed on concrete surfaces it is like walking on banana skins.

    This product that the genious's at meguiar's have came up with is water based. So it is very easy to use and extremely body shop safe . I told the company that sends me my products about it and now they are selling it to all the body shops.

    Alll I have to say id try it yourself .... You will not believe your eyes... Thanks for reading Bill...\
    PS ask Mike phillips were you can get it ... I am telling you with this stuff all your hardest problems can be resolved over night
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    Great write up!! I'm slowly purchasing Detailer line products and was debating this product but you sent me over the top.

    What about durability outside and dust collection inside?? GC trim detail seems wo run off after rain even a few days later.. Does this product hold up better?

    Thanks again for the info.
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    Hi Billorlando,

    I appreciate that you like this new product and I really appreciate you posting your thoughts on it after the results you obtained, but I must step in here and point out to you and everyone reading this thread, that Hyper Dressing does contain silicone.

    The exact type of silicone and the percentage in the formula, I do not know.

    From the Technical Bulletin,

    Features
    Highest gloss possible inside or out
    Customizable to suit customer preference
    Dilutes up to 4:1

    pH = 7.3

    Paintable = No

    Dilution - Water:Product
    High Gloss 1:1 (8 pumps per 32 oz bottle)
    Medium Gloss 2:1 (6 pumps per 32 oz bottle)
    Satin Finish 3:1 (4 pumps per 32 oz bottle)
    Natural Finish 4:1 (3 pumps per 32 oz bottle)

    Application
    Using the included hand pump, dilute to proper specification, spray or wipe on surface. Allow to dry.

    Pro Tips
    To restore shine and luster to all engine components, clean engine compartment with Super Degreaser or Safe D-Greaser, blow excess water with compressed air and apply liberal amounts of diluted Hyper-Dressing and allow to dry.

    I'll e-mail Rod about this thread, we want to make sure that this product isn't being used inside of fresh paint environments.

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    Hey Mike

    Could you send me some more info on D170 hyper dressing. Meguiars Canada doesn't always carry the great things you guys have down there and I would like to get some of the these products accross the border. Currently I have to use Carbrites Summit for a water based dressing and frankly the cost is a little extreme.

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    Where can I find this "Included Hand Pump"? I just got my gallon of hyper dressing today and the pump has either been eaten by my UPS guy or It was not shipped to begin with.

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    The pump, along with the bottles, are backordered due to a fire. From what I was told by customer service, they should be available in the next week.
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    I have alrdy recieved my Hyper Dressing...will they mail me the hand pump when they get it in stock?

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    hyperdressing

    i love this stuff!!! i used 40 for years on the interior but could never get it to look natural,but at 2 to 1 the hyper makes things look just clean and not slimy or overdressed. on tires i use it alittle more than 3 to 1 which looks good but again ,not overdressed. i also use it in the wheelwells as it dries by the time i am finished with the car. hope we can get dedicated bottles soon as my supplier told me about the fire ,but did not know when he would see them
    good luck all!!
    mike at the shine shop

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    i also use it in the wheelwells as it dries by the time i am finished with the car. hope we can get dedicated bottles soon as my supplier told me about the fire ,but did not know when he would see them
    What ratio do you use it for the wheel wells? Anybody know when they are going to get the secondary bottles in?

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