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Old 04-28-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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Nu finish car polish

Tied this stuff out today and it works amazing I recommend it I have tried a lot of wax and polish and this is one of my favorite.
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I used that on our car we were going to sell, it wasn't clearcoated so it looked like the paint was starting to fade and damn did that stuff work. It make it look vibrant and new... I also just washed my truck today and used Nu Finish on the hood only since it would take a whole bottle and many hours to do the whole car. It really does work!!!!
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Yes it does I did my car today I try out many different brands and waxes and polishes and this is one of my favorites makes it look brand new
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I second that. Nu finish works great. When I bought my car, the paint was horrible. Meguires Ultimate Compound got most of the scratches out and followed it up with Nu. Here is a pic of the hood before and after.
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I second that. Nu finish works great. When I bought my car, the paint was horrible. Meguires Ultimate Compound got most of the scratches out and followed it up with Nu. Here is a pic of the hood before and after.
That is amazing!!!
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I second that. Nu finish works great. When I bought my car, the paint was horrible. Meguires Ultimate Compound got most of the scratches out and followed it up with Nu. Here is a pic of the hood before and after.
That looks really good, stuff works really well makes it glow like brand new and is very simple to use takes a little time but finished its all worth it.
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Have you tried Meguiars glaze? That's really good as well
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What swril remover do you all use? Mines not cutting it. It could be the pads. (No pun intented.)
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What swril remover do you all use? Mines not cutting it. It could be the pads. (No pun intented.)
What have you used so far? Also your Car is pretty light to see swirls they must be bad.

Always hand wash your car with a microfiber sponge and dry with a water blade and drying towel(microfiber), I would clay bar the car to remove old wax and contaminants, use Meguiars ultimate compound, in a back and forth motion, then Meguiars ultimate polish, applied the same way, then the Meguiars glaze 7 (my take a few applications) then wax with Meguiars gold class or ultimate
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What have you used so far? Also your Car is pretty light to see swirls they must be bad.

Always hand wash your car with a microfiber sponge and dry with a water blade and drying towel(microfiber), I would clay bar the car to remove old wax and contaminants, use Meguiars ultimate compound, in a back and forth motion, then Meguiars ultimate polish, applied the same way, then the Meguiars glaze 7 (my take a few applications) then wax with Meguiars gold class or ultimate
I've been using Hi-temp's medium and light cut swril remover. Their wax works well, and lasts a long time, I can't say the same for Swril removers, I've never come close to getting results like those above. They aren't bad but under florescent lights you can see them. I'm just really picky, but at the same time why go to all the effort if it isn't going to look good. I'm going to try the water blade and order more sponges.. Also I'm going to ge a seecond bucket with a grit gaurd-that is a life saver.
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Have you tried Meguiars glaze? That's really good as well
I have tried a lot from them just not this I will have to pick up some next time I go.
I use a micro fiber towel to rub it on and another one after it dries. I wash my car with a micro fiber sponge using meguiars gold class and dry it off to reduce water spots with a shammy

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How much is it per bottle?
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I think 8-10 dollars in IL @ pepboys
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I think 8-10 dollars in IL @ pepboys
That's not bad some stuff can get high in price.
I paid $6 for this which is cheap compared to a lot of other stuff and works really well I'll try that one out next time
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I have tried a lot from them just not this I will have to pick up some next time I go.
I use a micro fiber towel to rub it on and another one after it dries. I wash my car with a micro fiber sponge using meguiars gold class and dry it off to reduce water spots with a shammy

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How much is it per bottle?
If I had more money, I'd buy a blower, dryer like a metro blower. Gold clas is good wash. I dry the same as you.
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If you like gold class wax, they there ultimate wax! It last longer and easier to put on and take off
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If you like gold class wax, they there ultimate wax! It last longer and easier to put on and take off
I use the gold class car soap not the wax
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