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Old 07-02-2014, 10:43 PM   #1
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For the ppl that have tried it, wanted to hear your thoughts/comments on it, Wanted to know how it compared to paste wax for example. Is it worth getting?.

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Haven't used it. But I use the Lucas Slick mist. It's one of the cheaper ones and not a lot of people know about it. But it's pretty damn good. Underrated IMO. You can see the bottle in the pic.
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From my experience spray way/ detail spray is great to use in between waxes but isn't a true substitute for waxing your car and doesn't offer the same protection.
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From my experience spray way/ detail spray is great to use in between waxes but isn't a true substitute for waxing your car and doesn't offer the same protection.

Yea I use it between washes. I use a good wax monthly.


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I use the Z-6 Ultra Clean Gloss Enhancer Spray from Zaino. They have really good stuff.
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I love the Meguiar's Quik Wax. I use it all the time to make the paint feel slick. However, I recently came across a new product that I really like also, Garage One. I bought a bottle of this and it doesn't streak or leave any haze residue. So far, I really like it.
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I use turtle wax wax & dry. Works great & looks even better if you buff it with a cotton rag or tshirt after you're done drying


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Tried the Lucas slick mist & gotta say this stuff is awesome!


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