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Old 07-25-2012, 12:53 AM   #1
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Best wash spray

well i've tried a lot of wash sprays and i was impressed by Meguiars Wash & Wax anywhere stuff. It's a strange looking milky spray, but in no time i had my car looking like it just had a fulls day detail..even washed my wheels and tires with it

just saying for those that like to keep a cleaner in the trunk for touch up this stuff left a better finish then even the quick detail and ultimate detailer they carry.

here's a quick pic while i was at work (i cleaned it on my lunch break lol right in the parking lot)
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although i will say the car hasn't been this clean in months due to the weather, and i have a lot of paint correction to do now. Time to break out a buffer and a free evening
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Old 07-25-2012, 12:03 PM   #2
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Nice.
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:12 PM   #3
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Nice.
yep...since then i haven't wiped it off at all and it still looks just as clean...so i gotta say the liquid wax part in it is doing well
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Looks amazing! I use mothers instant detailed but when it runs out I might switch to meguiars after seeing that pic
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Looks amazing! I use mothers instant detailed but when it runs out I might switch to meguiars after seeing that pic
thanks...it's the "wash & wax anywhere" bottle...not just the normal detail spray (even smells different lol...more of a wax smell like when you pop the top on a can of carnuba)
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Looks real good.
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thanks...i'll snap more pics tomorrow..it's raining right now and i wanna see how well it held up to the water
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That looks great I think I'll have to invest in some.
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It looks great!
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Thanks
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Old 07-29-2012, 06:51 PM   #11
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I first tried it a couple weeks ago on my black 97 because i was sock of battling with water spots, and must say I am very impressed and it stays clean longer, I also use it on my chrome rims. I then use turtle wax black detailer, and winded on the rims and some back to black on the exterior plastics and it looks show worthy within an hour or less.
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I first tried it a couple weeks ago on my black 97 because i was sock of battling with water spots, and must say I am very impressed and it stays clean longer, I also use it on my chrome rims. I then use turtle wax black detailer, and winded on the rims and some back to black on the exterior plastics and it looks show worthy within an hour or less.
I used back to black as well for trim and my mach lip. I haven't cleaned the car since the first post and its still shiny
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I used back to black as well for trim and my mach lip. I haven't cleaned the car since the first post and its still shiny
I used to use tire shine which made it look great, but wouldn't last.
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I used to use tire shine which made it look great, but wouldn't last.
i use tire gel by megiuars....it holds up very nicely at least here
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here's after a week with no other wipe downs and it was rained on yesterday....not bad at all i think

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Nice. I'll have to look into this. Mine gets all dusty a day after I wash it, and we have something dropping stuff on the cars the last few years (little powdery yellow spots, drives me nuts).
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Nice. I'll have to look into this. Mine gets all dusty a day after I wash it, and we have something dropping stuff on the cars the last few years (little powdery yellow spots, drives me nuts).
That's pollen
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That's pollen
Some told me the orange dots on my car was jet fuel when they fly over it drops. I don't know if it is true but seem like it could be.
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That's pollen
^this if it were jet fuel everyone's houses would be covered in it.
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Pollen seems more likely as I'm not under any flight paths. Though I wonder why it has only shown up in the last couple of years; I guess some neighbors have new plants.
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I use Surf City Garage products, they are the best I've found, used to use Meguires until I found this stuff! It's just hard to find.
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I use Surf City Garage products, they are the best I've found, used to use Meguires until I found this stuff! It's just hard to find.
^ I LOVE THEIR beyond black TIRE DRESSING!! Yes I'm in caps cause I love it that much. www.topoftheline.com carries a lot of their stuff.
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:32 AM   #23
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PepBoys carries them. For me, worst case, I order & will-call since they are local. OT, it looks like I'll be at their car show later in the month.
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Yeah I get mine at pep boys.
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