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Old 17 Sep 2008, 09:11 pm
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Turtle wax, T.W. Ice, Mothers, Maguires (sorry that i posted this elsewhere)
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Old 17 Sep 2008, 09:55 pm
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Maguires tech wax is awesome !!
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Old 18 Sep 2008, 06:37 am
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I have had great results with MooseWax.


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Old 18 Sep 2008, 01:56 pm
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I use this stuff and just love it bizworldclass they are at the NY auto show every year. Really great awesome stuff
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Old 18 Sep 2008, 02:26 pm
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that is a great pic digital !!
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Old 18 Sep 2008, 03:11 pm
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Old 18 Sep 2008, 05:16 pm
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There are a lot of waxes that you cant get just at your local store that are Excellent but Mainstream wise, Meguair's Tech Wax 2.0 Is AMAZING....
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Old 18 Sep 2008, 06:02 pm
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Hey PT17,

Biggest question I got for you before you wax, is your paint smooth like glass, or rough like fine sand paper to the touch? If its smooth, your good to go. If its rough, I would highly recommend picking up a Clay Bar to remove contaminants from your paint before you wax. Here is a Link to the one Meguiar's has:

Meguiar's Direct Smooth Surface® Clay Kit

One last thing, if you would like your paint to really stand out, and look its best, I again really recommend using a good hand Glaze before waxing! Glaze is designed to give back vital nuitriants to your paint which disipate while in direct contact with sunlight, and also helps round off the edges from Swirl Marks giving you the best light refractivity (MORE GLOSS) possible! Here is a Link to a great Meguiar's Glaze:

Meguiar's Direct Show Car Glaze -

If you do the steps above, you will see a huge improvement in your paint, and will have a good base surface to wax!


The more expensive the ingredients in the chemicals, the better the end results!

Good cheap wax that you can find everywhere:

Meguiar's Direct Hi-Tech Yellow Wax Liquid - $12.50

Meguiar's Direct Gold Class Liquid Wax $12.99

Next Step Up, and a really great wax I used to use in my Detail Shop

:M-Ron Glass - California Custom Products Inc. $15.00

A few of the best waxes you can find on the market, which will produce the best possible results:

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Autoglym Ultra Deep Shine $25.00

Best hard shell resin with Nano Technology to resist scratching:

BLACKFIRE Scratch Resistant Clear Finishing Polish $26.95

Klasse is pretty also known throughout the Professional Detailing Industry, and has some great products!

Klasse All-In-One, 16.9 oz. $28.00

Take it easy and be sure to post some pic's of that sweet shine!


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Old 18 Sep 2008, 09:22 pm
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Last time I saw anything with moosewax on it, I called Gov. Palin to shoot it!

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Old 18 Sep 2008, 10:39 pm
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Meguiars Tech Wax is awesome.....I use Meguiars quick detailer in the spray bottle to bring out the shine...really easy to use
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