Car cleaner

Asked by Jeepers2019 Jun 26, 2019 at 09:42 AM about the Jeep Cherokee

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Opinions on best car wash, leather cleaner
and conditioners.. I am looking for quality

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Any quality (brand name, like Maguires) car wash is good; just don't use dish soap due to its abrasives. You can also find newer products that are actually a car wash & protectant in one. They use Acrylionids, like show car plastic finishes, that act somewhat like Rain-X does on glass. With each wash, they build up to provide a coating that many people have found better than conventional waxes. About waxes, Nu Finish has rated at the top of coatings in recent years. They say it's a once per year application, but you have to do it twice each time you wax, so you might be better off just using this twice per year, like other waxes. As for leather, I learned about this from owing a few Rolls-Royces, They use only Connolly Hide Food as a preservative and cleaner, and I agree with them. But as you have a Jeep, which might see added grunge from off-roading, you should just use water to clean grime from leather, followed by an additional application of Hide Food.

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