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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    Nice!

    I like those black covers that chevy use to cover the resevoirs.

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    Red face Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    hi guys , i just have a quick question. i am convinced to purchase M40 but is it water resistant? is it a dye?

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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    No, M40 is not water resistant nor is it a dye. The low-gloss look it leaves is temporary.
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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    Quote Originally Posted by akimel View Post
    No, M40 is not water resistant nor is it a dye. The low-gloss look it leaves is temporary.

    thanks alot akimel. do you have any ideas which product i can use that is more permanent aside from paint?

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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    I use CD2 Engine Detailer. I think you will find that it lasts longer than other engine dressings.
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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    CD2 Engine detailer is spectacular, and spectacularly inexpensive. It leaves a permanent resin, and my engine bay still gets complements 8 months later. You won't regret using it.

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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    Quote Originally Posted by akimel View Post
    I use CD2 Engine Detailer. I think you will find that it lasts longer than other engine dressings.
    thank you very much!

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    Re: Waterless Engine Detailing...

    sweeeeeeet loooks great i use this aswell on my car lol and all the vinyl and rubber on it lol i like the hyper dressing but it doesnt last as long being its water based

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