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One wonders exactly *what* was going through the heads of these designers. They're sitting down to make a vacuum, something designed to pull things IN to it. But somehow they think, "We'll put a fan blowing things AWAY from the vacuum in front!". It staggers the imagination. Only a committee could have come up with this.
I cleaned the engine bay of my 1999 Chevrolet Suburban and followed up with this product. I have to admit that my first impression was "fantastic!" It provided a nice shine and made the whole engine compartment look showroom-new without leaving a silicone film like other detailing sprays. Fast forward a month and I noticed loads of dust all over everything. When I went to wipe it away with my hand I was greeted with a waxy, sticky residue all over it. The whole engine compartment was coated with dirt and dust and when I tried to remove it, it stayed stuck to this product, which in turn was stuck to everything I'd sprayed it on. I tried to wash it away using straight water, but that wasn't cutting it. I had to resort to cleaning the whole engine compartment again to remove it all and get rid of the waxy film. I will say that it was easily cleaned off with a single application of cleaner/degreaser products.