Mcguiars something or the other

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Grbluen

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Mcguiars something or the other
« on: 27 Mar 2017, 02:34 am »
Does anyone remember the recommended polish for the Salk speakers?
Thanks,
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Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #1 on: 27 Mar 2017, 04:37 am »
Here's the website:  http://www.meguiars.com/en

laulau

Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #2 on: 27 Mar 2017, 09:23 am »
Meguiar's Quick Detailer for a cleaning wipe down.  Waxes and polishes not recommended.

Per Jim: http://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=116836.msg1224795#msg1224795.

Grbluen

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Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #3 on: 27 Mar 2017, 04:35 pm »
Thanks guys!

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Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #4 on: 27 Mar 2017, 09:23 pm »
Here is Meguiar's Quik Detailer at Target for $4.99.

http://www.target.com/p/meguiar-s-quik-detailer-cleaner-16-oz/-/A-13794552

benguin

Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #5 on: 28 Mar 2017, 01:08 pm »
There is also the 'pro' version of Quick Detailer called "Final Inspection".  If you order directly from Meguiar's (if you are stocking up for your car as well), you can frequently get a deal on the gallon size.

Final Inspection is frequently used at car shows and puts a great finish on top of the was (or other compound).  Plus, the smell is great. :-)
  - Ben

fishinbob

Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #6 on: 29 Mar 2017, 07:57 pm »
You might try using Windex. Since I have a couple of Labs, I use it quite often to remove the spatter marks they get on the fronts of my satin black STs. I have been using it since 2008 without a problem.
Just be careful when cleaning, the finish is relatively soft, excessive rubbing will not only clean your finish it will leave a shiny spot your not going to like.  :duh:

sebrof

Re: Mcguiars something or the other
« Reply #7 on: 29 Mar 2017, 09:17 pm »
You might try using Windex. Since I have a couple of Labs, I use it quite often to remove the spatter marks they get on the fronts of my satin black STs. I have been using it since 2008 without a problem.
Just be careful when cleaning, the finish is relatively soft, excessive rubbing will not only clean your finish it will leave a shiny spot your not going to like.  :duh:
I don't own these speakers so take this for what it's worth, but if I were to use glass cleaner I would be inclined to use one without ammonia. If it's regular Windex I am pretty certain it contains ammonia.