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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-15-2006, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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Ok, so this is what I want right???

Been reading and searching and reading and searching and want to make sure I have this correct.....



I got this:
http://www.meguiars.com/?car-washes/...ystal-Car-Wash

Then I use this if I need it:
http://www.meguiars.com/?auto-detail...rface-Clay-Kit

Then this:
http://www.meguiars.com/?pro-pure-po...Show-Car-Glaze

I have this:
http://www.meguiars.com/?paste-car-w...aner-Wax-Paste

But I can return it and get something else, like this:
http://www.meguiars.com/?paste-car-w...-Car-Wax-Paste


Then it's good to go for a while correct?????
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Everything looks good. Yes, return the cleaner wax, shouldn't be necessary since you are claybarring and such.

I stay with teh NXT liquid wax, even the Meguiars rep says it as just as good as teh paste wax and a lot easier to work with.

Don't forget your micofiber clothes and applicators for wax
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How do yuo like the liguid NXT Joe? I've been using the paste and I think it does a great job but I always get white dust working its way out of crevices a few days later. I assume the liquid is easier to use, but are the results as good?
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I love it, it's the only wax I use now. Scrapped all the old carnuba waxes for the NXT liquid.

The reps stance is that the protection from paste and liquid is identical and paste was only made for the "old school" types who insist it's better
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Thanks for the replies guys, I can see already, this one is gonna be a pain to keep up compaired to the silver '96 she killed......
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From everything I hear about the #7 glaze it can be a bitch to work for a lot of people with but produces nice results. Personally, I'd pick a different glaze, lke maybe #5. I still have some NXT liquid wax and use it occasionally, but if I was picking a paste wax from Megs today I'd probably go with #26.
http://www.meguiars.com/estore/product_list.cfm?sectionname=Professional%20(Mirro r%20Glaze%20Brand)>Auto%20Paint%20Care>Car%20Waxes >Paste%20Car%20Waxes&sectionID=31502

I'm not knocking NXT paste, just another option and a slightly different look cuz it's a 'nuba wax.

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I couldnt find anything around here I would need.

So I went to Carquest and they said I should get
http://wizardsproducts.com/Merchant2...Category_Code=

And
http://wizardsproducts.com/Merchant2...Category_Code=

And then wax it like normal, I did get some Meguirel[sp] Gold wax.....
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Or should I return these, and just wash and wax it until I order right from Meg's site????
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Ok, I found Fleet Farm had some stuff.......
Not what I wanted, but I got steps 1 2 and substatuted step 3 for NXT.


Decided to wash and inspect before I got the clay, so if I need it for next time I can get it from Fleet...
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If you have a Carquest nearby, I'd go with Duragloss stuff. It's quality stuff. They've got 111, a quality liquid wax, and 105 just came on the market this summer, supposed to be their most durable paste wax ever. They have a prep product to help bond the wax that's really supposed to kick up the durability, I think it's 601 or something like that. And I really like the Aquawax spray wax for quick touch-ups. You can use it as a normal spray wax, a wax-as-you-dry, and some guys use it as a QD.
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