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      01-03-2019, 06:22 PM   #1
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Meguiars Hybrid Ceramic Wax

I thought I'd give this stuff a shot today. You wash your car, rinse it, then spray on. You then rinse with a strong stream of water. You can see it clinging to your paint.

I was very skeptical as I'm a hand was only, occasionally clay bar, and hand wax. This stuff actually worked. This picture won't do it justice, but the car even became more hydrophobic, and had a better overall shine. I recommend!
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It's recommended that you use an applicator and rub it in the first application. Then spray apply layers after. The base layer is the key and it saves you from using a whole bottle on one car. Great results though.
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It's recommended that you use an applicator and rub it in the first application. Then spray apply layers after. The base layer is the key and it saves you from using a whole bottle on one car. Great results though.
Thanks. I only used about a 1/4 of a bottle during this application.
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this type of "spray and seal" product has been around for awhile. meguiars never fails on performance of their products and am glad to always see affordable versions of products from them.
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