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#1 (permalink) Old 07-10-2004, 01:27 AM
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What do find about these new spray wax finishes?
Good, Bad or indifferent?
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This should be in the detailing forum.

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I 've been loyal to Zymol for years. I have always used Zymol wax enhancer after every wash supplemented binanually with a coat of Zymol wax. I recently thought I would try a new product from Meguire's. Spray Wax With NXT Technology. Sounds interesting. It is pain to apply, due to the fact that you have to wipe it in, let it haze, and buff off. And as long as you have an applicator and a microfiber cloth, it not too difficult, but more than the Zymol (about an 1hr labor).

But for the time spent, it really does a good job. The weird thing is, my car doesn't really get real dirty anymore. Anyone with a black car knows how impossible this is.

BTW, will a mod move me to detailing please

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I like to put a coat of Meguir's (sp) Quick wax (spray wax) ontop of my couple coats of wax to increase shine and depth of paint. It works very well in cojunction with Meguir's 3 step waxing system.

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