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Old 08-13-2007, 03:57 PM
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The Sauce line is very popular on the West coast and is starting to make its way around the US. If anyone is interested in trying something new (that works great), let me know via email or phone. We are now selling this line that includes:

Hot Sauce - This is the flagship of the Sauce line. Sure, you can say you have tried it all, but once you try Hot Sauce, you're old products will just begin to collect dust on your shelves.

What you need to know:
  • Removes hard water spots & mineral deposits
  • Safe, soft water based detailer with specialty Polymer waxes
  • Will NOT strip your current wax, adds additional wax with each use
  • Designed for Fiberglass, Plastic, Chrome, Glass and all painted surfaces
  • Spray on, wipe off application
  • Available in Quart (32oz) and Gallon (128oz) bottles

There are a few other products in the Sauce line-up that include:
Transom Sauce, Vinyl Sauce, Condition Sauce, Pro Sauce (cleaner wax), Quickie Sauce (pure wax - quick detail)

Cost Details:
Hot Sauce: Gallon $49.95 or $19.95 per quart
Transom Sauce: $19.95 per quart
Vinyl Sauce: $19.95 per quart
Condition Sauce: $24.95 per quart
Quickie Sauce: $24.95 per quart
Pro Sauce: $29.95 per quart

We have a special on all products right now (price not reflected above). Please call or email for details.

(Please note: these products come in quart sizes & many other cleaning / detail products only come in pint sizes. Also, all products come with a 100% money back guarantee.)

If you want more details about these products, please email or call (we also have shipping specials).

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The stuff works great!
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I tried the Hot Sauce, Transom Sauce, and Vinyl Sauce and did NOT like any of them... sorry.

In my experience, the products did little or nothing for me. In my case, the boat was on the trailer every day, so the amount of grim accumulated was minimal. However, the products did little to remove any build-up.

303 is a better interior protector and lasted longer.

Just my $.02
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I tried the Hot Sauce, Transom Sauce, and Vinyl Sauce and did NOT like any of them... sorry.

In my experience, the products did little or nothing for me. In my case, the boat was on the trailer every day, so the amount of grim accumulated was minimal. However, the products did little to remove any build-up.

303 is a better interior protector and lasted longer.

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I've used the same 3 products and liked them all. The Vinyl Sauce is a heavy duty cleaner not a protectant and needs to be dilluted for use.

Hot Sauce is great for removing water spots.
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I've used the same 3 products and liked them all. The Vinyl Sauce is a heavy duty cleaner not a protectant and needs to be dilluted for use.

Hot Sauce is great for removing water spots.
I agree. Also, use the Condition Sauce after the Vinyl Sauce (or just the Condition Sauce if the interior is not dirty). I have used everything except the Transom Sauce (I'll try it soon).

What I like about the Hot Sauce is that is does NOT strip your wax (even adds some).

There is a 100% money back guarantee & I will refund shipping if anyone is not happy.
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I need some puzzy sauce.
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You need to back away from the computer.

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Nice!
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Should the Puzzy sauce be used before or after the transom sauce?
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Should the Puzzy sauce be used before or after the transom sauce?
Before & after
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