Redwing Posted July 24, 2008 Share Posted July 24, 2008 I'm looking for a "better" AIO product to use on vehicles that I wish to provide some mild cleaning and protection via hand application. In the past I just used over the counter cleaner waxes/sealants. These are "low" priority vehicles that will probably never get a full, proper detailing, but I want to do something to keep them in reasonable condition. Many forums have compared Poli-seal with Klaase AIO as the benchmark. 1. Like Klaase AIO, is Poli-seal plastic safe and will it not stain plastic trim. 2. Does Poli-seal contain chemical cleaners like Klaase? 3. Does Poli-seal leave residue or dusting in crevices around decals, plastic trim, emblems, etc.? 4. Is Poli-seal safe over vinyl (?) emblems, decals, etc.? 5. With hand use, the abrasive polish effect of PS will not be met and some say that it will fill minor defects. Is this filling effect bad in the long run. Would it build up and become cloudy. 6. How do you think the carnuba based Poli-Seal will stack up to Zaino AIO, a polymer product I presume? Would Poli-seal replace and be better than an over the counter cleaner wax/sealnt (even NuFinish) as a stand alone product to be used with nothing else?....For the casual car care enthusiast? Again, I am looking for an easy to use product to provide cleaning and protection, not so much correction. Thanks for any opinions. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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