Used for interior cleaning with a brush attachment and polishing paint.
Used for polishing paint. This is considered a “long throw” machine as it has a 15mm throw.
Used primarily for interior cleaning of all surfaces and a few applications on the exterior. Not strong enough (imo) for engine or wheel cleaning.
It’s both a vacuum and blower. Strong suction, but you cannot vacuum water. Good for blowing water out of pockets but not strong enough to dry car. I just use it for vacuuming.
Used on cloth material like carpets, floor mats, and seats.
Used to blow standing water out of tight areas or blowing debris from interior.
Use to reach roofs or as a work bench. I bought mine locally at Home Depot.
This is there most aggressive compound in their Best of Show System line. Used for removing heavy to medium imperfections in paint.
This is their polishing cream in their Best of Show System. Used to polish light imperfections in paint. Also great as the second step in a two-step paint correction.
This is their final last product in their Best of Show System line. Used to remove really light imperfections in paint while laying down a layer of protection.
One of the most popular microfiber cutting discs on the market. Used for aggressive compounding on paint to remove medium to heavy imperfections.
This is their most aggressive cutting pad within their Best of Show System line. Used during the compounding phase to remove medium to heavy imperfections.
This one step down in aggressiveness from the Fast Correcting pads. Used to remove medium to heavy imperfections.
Their polishing pad in their Best of Show System line. Used to refine the compounding phase or to remove light imperfections with a one-step.
Used to remove any polishes or oils before applying a wax/sealant or to make sure you’re looking at the “true” condition of the paint.
Used to tape off sensitive items before polishing.
Used while correcting paint to give you consistent light for inspection.
Used to hold the light bulbs.
Used to wipe off polish or wax during paint correction.
Used for compounding to remove the heavier defects on paint.
Used for polishing and removing light defects or refining the haze left by M105.
Brush I attach to the Griot’s Garage 6″ polisher for interior cleaning.
Soft bristle brush used to clean leather seats, door panels, and plastic surfaces.
Used to clean door panels, dashboards, and center consoles.
Used to agitate leather seats, cloth seats, headliners, door panels, and rubber floor mats.
One brush is used to remove pet hair from hard to reach areas and the other is used for flat surfaces.
Used to remove pet hair from interior. Great for smaller and intricate areas of interior.
Used for just about every part of the interior, big or small. You only need the nylon brush. You can buy one locally.
By far one of the best tire brushes I’ve ever used. Stiffness of the brushes and ergonomics of the handle are great.
Used to clean the inner barrel of wheels and hard to reach areas in the engine bay (can also be used to clean inside exhaust tip).
Used to clean the face of the wheels and engine bay cleaning.
Used to clean parts of the engine bay and the fenders.
Used after you clean carpet or fabric to lower the PH and reduce browning. You can buy locally.
Used for applying dressing or leather conditioner. You can also just use a towel.
Used to condition leather material (primarily seats).
Used to remove red stains from interior.
Used to carry and organize all my interior brushes. Very helpful!
Primary choice of wash mitt for exterior.
Wash mitt for exterior.
Large drying towel. One of my favorites.
My favorite tire dressing applicator so far.
Clay mitt I use to clay vehicles. I also have a clay bar I bought locally from Mother’s.
Used during the drying process (or as a final touch up) to make the paint feel slick while adding shine and protection.