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Banjo
May 12th, 2019, 10:53 AM
Happy Mothers day. Reporting from Sunny( Finally) Sonoma .I really like that Ultimate Liquid....This stuff just amazes me, you just put on like a lotion , easy, soft, smooth no muscle, smells good . I remember years ago some of the older products were hard to remove at times..... Think Blue Coral/Liquid Glass. Etc. The Ultimate Liquid really brought out the Metal in my "Smoke Pearl "Paint with a deep shine.... and no Muscle or difficult application,! win win! I dont really care if the shine only lasts a few washings,its so easy to apply I can do it more often,if needed. IF there is anything better steer me to it for now Ill stick with the Liquid Ultimate. Later

Nick Winn
May 13th, 2019, 09:25 AM
Happy Mothers day. Reporting from Sunny( Finally) Sonoma .I really like that Ultimate Liquid....This stuff just amazes me, you just put on like a lotion , easy, soft, smooth no muscle, smells good . I remember years ago some of the older products were hard to remove at times..... Think Blue Coral/Liquid Glass. Etc. The Ultimate Liquid really brought out the Metal in my "Smoke Pearl "Paint with a deep shine.... and no Muscle or difficult application,! win win! I dont really care if the shine only lasts a few washings,its so easy to apply I can do it more often,if needed. IF there is anything better steer me to it for now Ill stick with the Liquid Ultimate. Later

Nice! Agreed Ultimate Liquid Wax application is way different than the older style paste waxes which were difficult to get off. Ultimate Liquid Wax is a great main source of protection, only thing I would consider is topping with our Hybrid Ceramic Wax. In addition to added protection, it should provide you that "just waxed" gloss after use. More info below:

Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?67024-Meguiar-s-Hybrid-Ceramic-Wax&p=587803)

BillD82
Jul 8th, 2020, 09:17 AM
So it’s not a problem for me to apply Liquid Ceramic over Ultimate liquid Wax? I’m also currently using Xpress spray wax as drying agent, if I use the liquid ceramic should I switch over to ceramic detailer instead of Xpress wax?

Nick Winn
Jul 13th, 2020, 12:56 PM
So it’s not a problem for me to apply Liquid Ceramic over Ultimate liquid Wax? I’m also currently using Xpress spray wax as drying agent, if I use the liquid ceramic should I switch over to ceramic detailer instead of Xpress wax?

Not a problem to apply any of our Hybrid Ceramic Products over Ultimate Liquid Wax. Also, yes, would recommend switching to Hybrid Ceramic Spray Wax or Hybrid Ceramic Detailer, as maintaining with a non Sio2 product like D156 Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax, although a great product, in this case, it will hide the water beading characteristics of the Hybrid Ceramic Product.

BillD82
Jul 13th, 2020, 02:48 PM
Grabbed the liquid ceramic and detail spray. Can I use the detail spray as drying aid or should I dry car first then apply it?

The Guz
Jul 14th, 2020, 07:13 AM
Grabbed the liquid ceramic and detail spray. Can I use the detail spray as drying aid or should I dry car first then apply it?

Max performance on dry paint but either method will work just fine.