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  1. Homazur

    Homazur New Member
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    So I tried this new wax and it was fairly easy and it looks great what’s your opinion?
    It’s Meguiar’s synthetic polymer
     

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  2. 00Mini

    00Mini Well-Known Member

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    I’ve used the product before and it’s a fairly quick and easy way to get a nice shine.
     
  3. Crashton

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    Looks good to me. I use a product called Prima Hydro. After every wash I spray it on as I dry. Leaves a nice polymer coating & really makes drying easier.

    My old man shoulders no longer let me apply wax by hand. I have to find easer old fart ways of doing things these days.
     
  4. agranger

    agranger MINI of the Month June 2009
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    In the end, if you like it and feel the shine was worth the effort, it's a good product.

    I was a Zaino guy for the last 15 years (another synthetic sealant, probably similar to this) and have gone to a ceramic coating lately. When people ask me what to use on their cars, I usually point to a name-brand synthetic like this. Best bang for the time and buck.
     
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    There are so many good products out there now. Not like the old days when it was pretty much Turtle Wax or Simonize.
     

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