YBP-0701

Shurhold Serious Shine Quick Detailer - 14oz

Shurhold Serious Shine Quick Detailer - 14oz
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Serious Shine Quick Detailer - 14oz

Cleans, polishes, and protects almost any surface in one step without greasy, artificial residue.

The perfect one step detailer! Serious Shine cleans, polishes, and protects virtually any solid surface in one easy step, leaving no greasy, artificial residue. Also, contains UV inhibitors and anti-static properties, further protecting all types of surfaces. Serious Shine is the perfect quick detailer.

CLEAN, POLISH & PROTECT
In Car & Rv
  • Vinyl Seating
  • Dash Board
  • Electronic Touch Screens
  • Glass
  • Clear Coat
  • Wheels & Tires


Around the Boat
  • Hull
  • Cockpit
  • Cabin
  • Eisenglass
  • Vinyl Seating
  • Fiberglass


In the Home
  • Mirrors
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Shower Glass Doors
  • Windows
  • Solid Surface Countertops
  • and much more...


This unique formula provides high gloss and a UV protective coating that also repels water.

Now featuring a integrated click close spray nozzle and a rust resistant can.

MADE IN USA.
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Shurhold Serious Shine Quick Detailer - 14oz YBP-0701 SHURHOLD SERIOUS SHINE QUICK DETAILER 14OZ
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