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post #1 of 4 Old 07-30-2013, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Paint protection

Looking for some help and opinions. I got the paint protection plan when I bought my truck. I received a kit that came with it of soap, carpet cleaner, interior cleaner, and wax. Does anyone have the paint protection plan? And if so, do you use the supplied items that came with it? The soap sucks, and the wax does too. It leaves white spots all over my truck no matter how hard I buff it. Anyone else have this problem? And is this honored at any dealership? Or just the dealer that I purchased it at? Thanks for the help.

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Guess I'm the only sucker that got this.

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I'm afraid that the soap, carpet cleaner, interior cleaner, and wax kit may be your paint protection plan. Let us know

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Make sure the water is pure too. Tap water has to much crap in it for washing cars . I have a top of the line purifier for all the water in my house and no spots left over at all
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