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Here's the detail supply shelf (I'm sure everybody here has there stash of goodies) :)

That gallon of pink stuff is the Smart Inspection #24 that I use for clay lube.

Note the Plexus (a must have for convertible plastic rear windows) :thumbup:
 

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Awesome pix Scott! I could post a pic of my stash, but all you'd really see would be a couple of white buckets with all kinds of different containers stuffed in 'em. :D I share a garage with 42 other people, so no shelves or cabinets for me. :(
 

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Damn haus . . .

arrange that stuff on a black background, and we'll take some photos for the Griot's brochure! :D

Is that a Yokohama bag next to the Griot's towel (what's in the bag)? :)

Come on, Chris, let's see your stash.

PS- nice avatars, gentlemen :)
 

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Wow Indy :yikes:

That's quite a stash. Griot's ought to give you some bonus products. My Calif duster is black, your's looks good. It also looks as thick as mine which is thicker than the ones at Target.
 

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johnlew said:
Indy,
do you find the clay holder to be a plus or is it unnecessary?
To be honest I find it just as eeasy and quick to do it by hand. Maybe on a large car it would help but not on a 3er. If ya get/use one use a very LOW speed or it will fling the stuff across the room...trust me, I know :tsk:
 

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scottn2retro said:
hey johnlew -

What's that Simoniz stuff in the can (that's a brand you don't see in the threads very often)?

Where's your Plexus? :D
Simoniz stuff is a bug and tar remover that I used when a got my 330 to get the crap off the rocker panel. I'd tried three other brands and nothing worked. I'm not sure what was on my rockers but it just didn't want to let loose, and the simoniz finally softened it up. It's not great on tar though.
 
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