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What is the average shelf life of
Adams products?
 

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Jason,

I have stuff that is well over a year old, the key is keeping the temp within range. They don't like being below 40 or above 85 for extended periods of time. I believe that was the information Dylan gave me.

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Ive had mine for over a year and a half ....I keep mine inside the closet (I am not a shoe person...but an adams fanatic) so it's always in the 68-70 range.

I have never had to replace anything because it separated or anything. Only when I run out.
 

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If you have it still on the shelf after a year.. Than you didn't was your truck enough
 

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If you have it still on the shelf after a year.. Than you didn't was your truck enough
washing your truck is one thing but you should not have to correct your paint that often.

once or twice a year at most would be the ideal number of times to do a paint correction.

therefore the bottles used for paint correction (which is a LOT) would take a bit of time to be used up.

Now I have refilled my shampoo quite often. LOL
 

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Brandi,

Way to put the pup in his place...I have plenty of polishes left, just not used as often as the shampoo and vrt.

Scott
 

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Thanks guys. Maybe Dylan can confirm this information.

Dylan, you out there?
 

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Cool! Thanks for the heads up!
 

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2 years on the high end. Some of the product will last longer than others...heat is a big factor here.

I keep all my stuff inside my house so it's always between say 70-78 degrees. Things to look for if you think the product may be old:

Discoloring
Chunkiness (not separation, but almost curded product)
Original Scent is gone

Is there something specific you were referencing from your question?

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I found a guy local that is selling the Adam's Starter Porter Cable 7424 Polisher Kit. Problem is, its the older version PC, not the XP and the seller said it was a NIB older kit from a couple of years ago that he never used. I'll prob just end up buying a new kit from Adams, its a much safer bet. No need to waste my money on old junk.
 

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What Adams products are you guys using? Please be specific in describing the use and purpose of each product. Getting ready to buy and need some info. THANKS:biggrin2:
 

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I have used more products than I can summarize "quickly"
The web page and forum describes it all and then some.
The video's are amazing.

Mook/Dylan will get you taken care of if you need anything. :)
 
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