Ok, here we go!
My dad has a crapload of chemical guys stuff, but I personally have only used a few of them, partially I think he has a lot of it just to "have", partially because I am not home much so I can't really say what all he does and doesn't use.
First off, their green Ecosmart stuff is great in a pinch. It dilutes I think like 10:1 in water or something, and isn't bad. Gets dirt and crap off, but nothing really special. We originally got it to use with their electric pressure washer, well that was sort of a fail, their unit isn't very good, now it just collects dust next to our tool cabinet in the garage. You can see it a little in my second to last pic. It just doesn't have a lot of pressure...
Next, my favorite spray bottle stuff, their Hybrid V07. This stuff is like shooting holy water onto your car. It cleans amazingly well, and shines it right up! It really produces a great clean and shine on so far every car we have tried it on, red, grabber blue, and white. It also supposedly has a sealant, who knows. I take all of that with a grain of salt to be honest. I use their sealants which I will get to next, and even those I don't exactly trust to do what they claim...
Their Jetseal 109 (I would have linked the gallon, but I didn't want you to run away at $ticker $hock), stuff makes your car look like glass, really, really amazing finish. I did it once and my neighbor LEGIT asked me if I got a new car because it looked so clean. Like, I am not even joking, and neither was she... It makes it look like its wet almost, truly a great product. They say it seals the paint for up to a year or something, I mean, maybe...? I have only used it a few times, but my dad uses it like wax. Every other time he cleans his car he jet seals it. Stuff really is amazing. Not cheap tho, definitely pretty expensive normally. I think they make a short lasting sealant that is very similar and costs less as well, I am blanking on the name tho.
I have only used this on one panel of my car as I ran out of time last time I was at home, but he used it on his old (before he got the '15) '12 mustang what had some swirls going on (as do I ) he said it helped, but wasn't as much as he would have liked. We also didn't use a machine, just by hand. We have a machine, so next time I am home and have time I will be trying that on my car. It is their Gloassworkz Glaze.
He also has their Black Light which I have never had time to use, and not even sure he has either... lol I plan to use some at some point, I am sure it works well!
I have used their V.R.P. a few times, its all he uses, but I have some left over MOC products that he basically gave me once he switched to chemical guys which has proved to really shine up my plastidip (I assume this would as well, have not tried) so I have just been using my MOC stuff on my tires and plastidipped rims with GREAT success. He uses the VRP and I know he really likes it, I actually like the look VRP gives more, but I feel bas stealing SO much of his product, so I will use up my MOC stuff first.
Lastly, I think, I hope I am not missing any... their Honeydew foam or bucket wash. Once again, holy water in a spray gun, or bucket if you don't have a pressure washer. Stuff is GREAT. Before we had the pressure washer we just used the Costco DI water thing and a bucket with this stuff, worked great. It cleans the car up very well, and gives it a nice shine afterwords. Smells pretty good too But once we got the pressure washer, man life changed. Use less water (being in Cali... we have no water, so less is good!), but we run the DI water in series with the pressure washer and its really nice. My dad wasn't thrilled with the chemcical guys foamer that came with the honeydew kit, so he got some expensive Italian one, but I didn't have any issue with the chemical guys one. My dad is just eccentric. Actually, I am looking for the original foamer we had, I don't see it anymore, only this new one we have, guess other's where not fans either...
The Costco DI water system, its not bad, just not HUGE amount of flow. But enough. My dad has two of them now and is going to make a custom cart to mount them together with the pressure washer pump right there as well, will be pretty trick! We have already gone through the first round of media and have refilled it once, and almost have to a second time. Not sure where you get new media from though, I think directly from the manufacturer of the system.
The pressure washer we use, its perfect, it has less GPM than the DI water cleaner, so even on full blast it shouldn't result in pulling none filtered water through, although we have seen this not to be 100% true, thus why my dad is doing the double DI system just to be sure. But if you don't go full crazy with the pressure washer the DI system will keep up, and it works great with the foamer.
The microfiber cloths we use most are also Kirkland Costco brand ones. They are not bad, and cheap enough. We have a LOT of the super special chemcial guys ones as well with like no borders or tags, but they are stupid expensive, like 15-20 bucks per maybe? He only uses those on the Audi, and pretty sure only uses them once on the Audi, then they get retired to the mustang. Like I said.... anal and eccentric. I am pretty confident at this point now matter how careful you are, if you use a rag of any sort on a car, it will swirl. But he is trying his best to make sure the Audi has the best possible chance not to swirl, plus German paint is probably a lot more robust than our paint, so here's to hoping.
If you end up using a bucket, get one of these! Great little idea someone had. Makes it so your rags don't sink to the bottom and get dirt on them.
O, and the Hair Dryer.
For interior cleaning, I have not used any Chem Guys stuff, I have my old Grantized stuff still and it works fine, but the one thing that is very nice, their Vacuum. Man, this thing is industrial, and surprisingly quiet! It is great tho, definitely a worth while buy. It is like once pass done, no need to go back over an area twice, and has handy attachments.
We have some other products as well that I know he uses on rims, like the Diablo gel among others, I just have never used them and don't know the results, although all the Chemical Guys stuff is great, so I am sure none of it will leave you feeling unahppy.
Hope this was helpful, maybe I should make a car cleaning thread huh... lol