I had the distinct pleasure of testing Adam's Polishes. I hadn't had any knowledge of the company nor its products, so needless to say, I'm glad they sent me samples to test. Adam's Polishes is the only detailing experience I've had so much fun with! First of all, they sent me their complete detailing kit. It came in its own bucket! There were so many products to try but I settled for the basics. Not just any bucket--the top twisted off! Not that's what I call presentation. This kit comes with instructions on DVD so you can learn to use these products properly. The cost is very reasonable and this one kit should take care of an entire detailing season (for most of us, the summertime).
To start, we have the Car Wash which comes with its own mitt. The formula is not your basic Car Wash and it holds some mean suds in warm water. After the wash, comes the clay bar. I haven't had much luck with clay bars--I'm a cleaner wax kinda' gal! I used it as instructed, with the Detail Spray. I was pretty amazed to see just how much "stuff" is on our finishes! I will be using the clay bar again--so many people keep mentioning that I try it. I wish I had sooner! I was glad to finally get to the Butter Wax--yes, Butter Wax! Now the name alone says to me that it's got to be well, the bomb, baby! I like a nice, friendly fragrance from a wax. First of all, the Butter Wax looks like butter. The scent was pleasant as well. The kit came with 2 microfiber applicator pads, so I was eager to try them. The Microfiber pads distributed the Butter Wax evenly and smoothly. As with all waxes, a light haze is all one should need! I am really impressed how easy the Butter Wax goes on and comes right off with the Microfiber Towel. I mean, one stroke and it came off without ANY streaks! There are very few actual waxes out there that can say that. The Butter Wax goes on and comes off like butta'! The depth of color and the shine is truly beyond my expectations--awesome! Quite like new, I'd say!
Which leaves us the tires and rims! For my tires, I used the Adam's VRT (Vinyl Rubber & Tire Dressing). For my rims, I used a little of the Butter Wax--I find wax to be gentler on soft finish metals--provided you remove it with Microfiber towels. I then applied the VRT on my tires. It gave my tires a clean look. Sometimes I wonder if I use too much shine because the VRT made my tires look moisturized, not greasy! I really have to applaud Adam's Polishes for a job well done! And a special shout out to Adam for sending the kit! I drove my car around the block immediately afterward! Go get your kit and see for yourself--it's going to amaze you! A big shout out to Adam--great line!
Adam's Polishes rank right up there with Meguiar's Gold Class Line--actually beyond it! You should visit Adam at Adamspolishes.com. Products are sold individually as well as in kits. Look for more on Adam's Polishes as I will be testing more of the products they sent me.
Please drive safely and keep it clean and shiny! -Marie