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Has anyone used Chadwick's Triple Play to clean their Vette? I have read about it and I am thinking about using it.


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Sorry to drag up an old thread but curious about this stuff... The link about is no good anymore, but I'm guessing the autopia guys are not fans? I must admit it seems like it would be "snake oil" but I googled it and after searching through a dozen pages I have found absolutely no negative reviews from anyone who uses it, just some skepticism from folks who have never actually bought or tried it. I wouldn't expect it to be a replacement for an occasional wash, but some folks literally swear by this stuff as a last step product. I'm wondering if it might be good to have to take care of light soiling/dust after a drive. Anyone here actually use it and NOT like it?
 

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Has anyone used Chadwick's Triple Play to clean their Vette? I have read about it and I am thinking about using it.


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I have been using it for a yr. now. If you keep the MF towels wet and slide it across a panel it lifts or removes dust and light dirt. Then just buff with a clean MF towel. I know some don't care for it but I have not had any problems with the product. I think has to do with keeping the towel wet when removing dirt.
 

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I've used it before and it's probably the best waterless wash I have ever used. Especially on darker colors. When my CTS-V was black I use Adam's waterless wash after using Chadwicks for a while. Needless to say Adam's is a great product but the paint didn't seem as deep and dark and it was when I used Chadwicks.
 

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I am happy to find his thread. I have yet to determine what to use to clean over SunTek ppf.
 
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