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    looking for an alternative to..

    I used to use armor all detailers advantage all the time but looks like its discontinued (I guess it has been for awhile, I had no idea lol). wish I had stocked up on it

    anyway whats a good alternative to this?

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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    What type of product was it? Interior Dressing, glossy?
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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    yes interior protectant for dashes ect. was rather glossy and a bit slippery (discontinued because of slippery-ness I heard )

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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    Try Supreme Shine if you want a good gloss with no residue.

    Nxt Tech Protectant if you want a higher gloss but dont mind some residue.

    I apply them, and then let them sit for ~5 min, then buff off excess with a cloth.
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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    If your looking for a lower/meduim gloss dressing, try Natural Shine.
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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    k thanks guys. and yes I would let the product soak in for awhile too

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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    Natural Shine gives a nice finish.

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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    If you want to stick with a high gloss dressing then our Supreme Shine would be your choice - and it dries completely dry to the touch! For a more natural shine, choose (and this is just so obvious) Natural Shine. You can see both in action in the video below.

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    Re: looking for an alternative to..

    I can't believe no one has said this: M40!!! M40 is my favorite interior protectant, bar none.
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