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Works on everything. You can spray your whole car with it. then just rub it in and buff lightly. Easy and removes tar and rain spots. Best thing ever for the vinyl smoke on the inside of the windshield. My only car care product, except my new.Dustbuster.
Hard to say none of the detailing companies offer any type of proof that UV protection is provided, despite the claims. I would think it does help to some degree, but marginal at best.
Gyeon Interior Detailer is a 60% alcohol formulation. That is something I'd be slightly concerned about if used regularly. However, I'm not a chemist and there could be different alcohols being used and other ingredients that offset that. You have to trust their chemistry I guess.
You can literally use it on anything. You should see how it rehabs a turntable dustcover.I’d wonder how that wax would work on glass and anything in the interior.
X2 on hyper dressing, and I dilute 3:1 but I don’t like it as glossy. That’s what’s nice is you can adjust dilution ratio.
I use ONR on everything. Is also good as a window cleaner.I just use ONR diluted 256:1. Most interior materials have UV inhibitors built into them, so I no longer apply any type of protectant. Optimum Protectant Plus is like a 303 but more matte finish. The alcohol based interior detailers like Gyeon ID and Meguiars Quik Interior Detailer work well. Megs is by far a better value and works as well or better than the Gyeon.
Works great on glass/windows too.I use ONR on everything. Is also good as a window cleaner.
I use this 3:1 to dress the engine bay...good stuff that seems to last.If you like 'The Shiny' you should try CarPro Perl. Undiluted it was too glossy for me. Diluted 1:1 was a bit better. Various uses both interior and exterior. Water-based, UV Inhibitors and dilute depending on your use. One negative is it is not typically available at your local store.
You can literally use it on anything. You should see how it rehabs a turntable dustcover.
Sorry the turntable left several years ago. Do you remember Klean & Shine that Florence Henderson hawked for many years. That was the best turntable dustcover shine em up. I have two partial cans from the 80's and use it every now and then. Unobtainium you know.Any before afters ?