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    Re: CD2 or ...?

    I remember it being "discontinued" years ago, yet, CD2 is ALWAYS in stock at my local stores, month after month, sale after sale.


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    Re: CD2 or ...?


    It's not available in Nor Cal for some reason?






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    Re: CD2 or ...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fly Bye View Post
    It's not available in Nor Cal for some reason?
    It's a conspiracy, we weren't supposed to tell you.

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    Re: CD2 or ...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fly Bye View Post
    It's not available in Nor Cal for some reason?




    I live in Nor-Cal (Sac/Lodi/Placerville area) and manage to find it with ease?


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    CD2 is the product that will not die, I would swear Turtle Wax deliberately spreads rumors of its demise to help move product. Last year the rumor of discontinuing came around and I read instances of people on discussion boards running to their local auto parts stores to clean out available stock...5, 10, and even 20 can purchases were claimed by individuals.

    I have had great results with mixtures of APC (varies depending on how dirty the engine bay is), agitating with various brushes, rinsing, then dressing with something like 303 Aerospace or Mirror Glaze #40 (Hyper Dressing seems a popular option as well). A product like CD2 that claims to clean without scrubbing worries me, both for the sake of the sensitive components underhood as well as my own health.

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    Well CD2 is easy to find here too...but if for some reason you cannot get it I have seem amazing results from Chemical Guys Fade 2 Black. It's just annoying because you pretty much have to buy online. I have never seen it in stores...
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    Every time I read about it being discontinued (multiple times over the past 5 or so years, lol) I run out to AutoZone to make sure it's still there. Hasn't failed me yet, although that is the only place near me that seems to stock it

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    Re: CD2 or ...?

    I use Eagle One All Wheel/Tire cleaner or All Purpose Cleaner or Super Degreaser depending on how bad it is, least aggressive first!

    The E1 product cleans the plastic and rubber hose great, and a lot of cars has aluminum valve covers/intake/AC hoses etc and it works great on that.

    When done and dry, I use M40 as a dressing. Doesn't seem to attract dust too bad (I live in a rural area too!) and have read that Hyper Dressing works well, diluted to your liking.

    In the below link, I used Super Degreaser and APC if memory serves and used M40 as a dressing, spray and walk away.....

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    Re: CD2 or ...?

    cd2 works great in wheel openings also

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    Re: CD2 or ...?

    Quote Originally Posted by warren13 View Post
    cd2 works great in wheel openings also
    I really like CD2 in the engine bay and All Season Dressing in wheel wells. We just bought a 2012 Camaro a couple weeks ago and so this weekend, besides getting the windows tinted, I'm going to quickly wipe away any dust and apply CD2 to the engine bay. I'll see if I post pix since there doesn't seem to be any on here for folks who have not used CD2.
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