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smack
Oct 21st, 2019, 10:33 AM
Really growing found of this product lately. Havent had time to perform a multi step and wanted to get something done with the paint. Last weekend had a brief moment and run it on a tangerine polishing pad and left it as the LSP. Not happy with just 3n1 as an LSP, yesterday I run it again with a crimson finishing pad to kind of jewel this finish working nice and slow. Topped it off with ULW. This morning drove 25 miles in the rain and this is as it sits. Rain water was just flying off. Hopefully this weekend I will perform a waterless wash with UWWA and perhaps GC Spray Wax.

https://i.ibb.co/jgztLBf/BC94-C7-B0-26-BC-4664-BEAC-CB4-C61-D018-A5.jpg (https://ibb.co/t8zRbkK)

Great AIO Meguiar's! :cool:

Nick Winn
Oct 22nd, 2019, 07:29 AM
Nice! Thanks for sharing! If you like how your car stays cleaning with a good coat of wax on it, you should try the Hybrid Ceramic Wax as your final LSP. I would say it has the best "self cleaning" effect in our line up at this time.

smack
Oct 22nd, 2019, 07:52 AM
Thanks! Sure thing!

Honestly, I have not had good experiences with HCW on my soft jet black paint. Never comes clean for me and leaves spotting behind. I have tried the foundation method and while better it will leave high spots. I have however gotten great experiences when adding 1/2oz to a bottle of UWWA. That's the bomb....

Nick Winn
Oct 23rd, 2019, 07:29 AM
Thanks! Sure thing!

Honestly, I have not had good experiences with HCW on my soft jet black paint. Never comes clean for me and leaves spotting behind. I have tried the foundation method and while better it will leave high spots. I have however gotten great experiences when adding 1/2oz to a bottle of UWWA. That's the bomb....

Interesting. With Hybrid Ceramic Wax, less is definitely "more", and for the wax as you rinse method, a strong rinse is best, and also small sections at a time can cut down on potential of spots.

Hope this helps & again thanks for sharing.