XL1 and S100
First, I'll apologize if this's been covered in this area before, but I couldn't find any references with a search (mostly b/c the search requires terms longer than 2 chars).
Last night I picked up a bottle of S100 cleaner, and the guy who does detailing was there and suggested I try out XL1 too. He said the XL1 was essentially the same product but had better spot-proofing capability.
Any experience with XL1? I got a free sample from him, so I'll run a lengthy test on the two and report my finding, but thought I'd get others' takes.
'Course, as a personal preference, the XL1 is made here in the US, which, as an American, appeals to me if the two products both work well.
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