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  • #76
    Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

    Originally posted by justin30513 View Post
    Has there been updates on the longevity of this new product???
    i think it lasts for about two weeks.
    Nick
    Tucker's Detailing Services
    815-954-0773
    2012 Ford Transit Connect

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    • #77
      Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

      I'm going to try this this weekend.

      I'm going to follow Mike's traditional spray wax instructions.

      It must be a bit confusing for the average consumer though, who reads the bottle directions, to spread it around, and then wipe off with another side of the same towel. Sounds like no drying time.

      Glad I have this forum, to use the proper technique!

      This stuff smells like kool aid by the way!

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      • #78
        Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

        Originally posted by justin30513 View Post
        Has there been updates on the longevity of this new product???
        As much is as possible with current technology.

        Mike Phillips
        Office: 800-869-3011 x206
        Mike.Phillips@Autogeek.net
        "Find something you like and use it often"

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        • #79
          Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

          Used this today on my truck after washing. Oh Lord! So easy to use! I did it in full sun too. Very, very slick as well. Even used it on the glass just to see if it streaked. Nope.

          If it lasts, which I bet it will, we will have a huge winner here!
          www.clean4udetailing.com

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          • #80
            Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

            Originally posted by justin30513 View Post
            Used this today on my truck after washing. Oh Lord! So easy to use! I did it in full sun too. Very, very slick as well. Even used it on the glass just to see if it streaked. Nope.

            If it lasts, which I bet it will, we will have a huge winner here!
            *cough* Gallon size would be great *cough*
            NOTE: Post count does not reflect actual detailing knowledge.

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            • #81
              Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

              Originally posted by Tuck91 View Post
              i think it lasts for about two weeks.
              It better last longer then 2 weeks. AW will last 1 month, at least 3 washes.

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              • #82
                Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                Originally posted by Larry A View Post
                It better last longer then 2 weeks. AW will last 1 month, at least 3 washes.
                i guess it depends on a lot of things when it comes down to longevity of the product, especially in the winter
                Nick
                Tucker's Detailing Services
                815-954-0773
                2012 Ford Transit Connect

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                • #83
                  Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                  I think any sort of quick spray wax would be doing well to last 2 weeks or 2 washes.

                  I don't really expect them to last any longer than that, since it's something I do every week after washing due to the "quick" nature of it...
                  Originally posted by Blueline
                  I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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                  • #84
                    Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                    I tried the UQW last night and found that a micro fiber works much better than a foam applicator. I prefer using the foam applicator with the old version of quick wax but found with the UQW it did not spread out evenly. It tended to bead up and the foam applicator just pushed it around. I tried both applying to the applicator and spraying directly on the panel. Using the micro fiber, the application and removal required very little effort and the results look fantastic. I just didn't feel I could get as uniform of a thin coat as I could with the old quick wax and foam applicator. Great product and cannot wait to get home and Ultimate Quick Wax again!!!

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                    • #85
                      Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                      Never really been much for "spray waxes". I use the UQW now quite often on my vehicles & the tank of my Harley.
                      What I really want to ask is............
                      How much of the wax is actually being left on the surface when applied correctly. It seems like it's just being sprayed on & wiped off. Logicly speaking, there is no bonding time. with conventional wax, it is applied, left to dry, ( & bond ) and then wiped off which leaves a minute film that bonds even more. How can spraying a thin liquid on a surface & imediately wiping off have a chance to bond to the surface? Just my thoughts....
                      one black SVT COBRA one black RANGER 4x4 one black HARLEY

                      keep the shiny side up, & the rubber side down !! !



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                      • #86
                        Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                        ^....well I have 3 vehicles, a 05 G35, 2011 Impreza, and a 03 MPV. The G35 & Impreza both have been clayed, and GC paste wax x2, and I use UQW after every 2nd wash. With the MPV, I clayed, and just applied UQW and nothing else.....just yesterday water beaded on my MPV like on my G & Impreza. I haven't used UQW on my MPV for almost 2 months....so this stuff works.
                        How I apply UQW on the MPV.....i use a MF applicator, spray it down a bit with UQW ....mist a section on the MPV....spread it around for 30 seconds...wipe off with a dry MF cloth.....shiney smoooth...I have thought of using some GC paste wax on the MPV.....but why....UQW seems to work great
                        "STRIFE" aka Phil
                        2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe (IP/ aka White) the Toy
                        2011 Subaru Impreza (SWP/ aka White) the DD
                        2017 Subaru Forester (CWP/ aka White) Wifey's

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                        • #87
                          Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                          Does Ultimate Quick Wax contain Petroleum Distillates? If not can I use it to remove some Ultimate Liquid Wax and Cleaner Wax I put on my car?

                          Thanks

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                          • #88
                            Re: Ultimate Quik Wax

                            Originally posted by 510GUY View Post
                            Does Ultimate Quick Wax contain Petroleum Distillates? If not can I use it to remove some Ultimate Liquid Wax and Cleaner Wax I put on my car?

                            Thanks
                            I don't see anything about Petroleum Distillates for G17516. Ultimate Quik Wax will not remove an existing coat of wax.

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                            Nick Winn
                            Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Online Forum Administrator
                            Meguiar's Inc.
                            Irvine, CA
                            nawinn@meguiars.com
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