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Old 10-10-2014, 04:52 PM   #1
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Would you recommend this?

I was at Walmart earlier and went to the auto section. Was looking around and saw Ultimate Meguiar's Wash & Wax. Would you guys/gals recommend this? Have any of you used it before or are currently using it?
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Whenever I read a thread about detailing that stuff is recommended multiple times

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I used to use a lot of Meguiars stuff.... I recently just switched over to Adams and its pretty amazing. They have a really nice car shampoo. I use waterless/rinseless wash since i don't have access to a hose. But they have pretty amazing products. It is more expensive per ounce, so if you aren't a super detail freak then that Meguiars works pretty well.

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Thanks soccerluvr. I may at some point try out Adams

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I've always wanted to try them but looked at the cost and never did. Up until recently i made a big order. When it all came i was super impressed just by looking at everything. I'm actually going to test everything out within the next hour or so. I'll keep you posted.
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Ok the Rinseless wash from Adams is amazing. I spray a diluted solution on the paint first then ring out a microfiber that was sitting in the Rinseless wash bucket so it is damp. Then wipe in straight lines on the panel with little pressure. It glides right across and picks up more dirt than you even knew was on there!!!

It made washing the car super easy. After this I'm never going back to normal car soap and a hose, no way. I HIGHLY recommend it.

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I use it on my car, I think it works very well. Keeps a shine on my black beauty.


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Ok the Rinseless wash from Adams is amazing. I spray a diluted solution on the paint first then ring out a microfiber that was sitting in the Rinseless wash bucket so it is damp. Then wipe in straight lines on the panel with little pressure. It glides right across and picks up more dirt than you even knew was on there!!!

It made washing the car super easy. After this I'm never going back to normal car soap and a hose, no way. I HIGHLY recommend it.

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Awesome! Seems your really satisfied with Adams. I may just go ahead and buy me some Adams. Thanks. Looks squeaky clean!




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If you are going the store bought route then Meguairs NXT 2.0 is your best bet. That's what i use and its pretty good. It is a good all around wax.

If you want to splurge then i suggest Zaino. I used to detail with it years ago and it does an AMAZING job. People would always ask me how I make my car look so clean.
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