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Nick Winn
Oct 30th, 2019, 02:10 PM
Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Detailer - Upgrades (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69249-Meguiar-s-Ultimate-Quik-Detailer-Upgrades)

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UPGRADES:


New Polymer Package goes on easier and leaves a glossier finish that lasts event longer
New Packaging & Sprayer
New Increase in Size from 22 oz to 24 oz


Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Detailer has found it's way into countless garages and detailing bags the world over. Use it if your car is lightly dusty to give it a just washed look. Bird dropping on your car? Spray and wipe away before it has a chance to etch the paint. Or use it after you have washed your car to remove stray water drops and to increase slickness & shine to paint.

Gentle enough for daily use, Ultimate Quik Detailer is clear-coat safe and can be used on all paint types and plastic trim, not recommended for glass. Also, with Meguiar's Hydrophobic Polymer Technology, you'll get relentless water-beading protection that lasts for weeks!



Safely removes dust & contaminants in-between washes
Enhances shine & slickness while boosting wax protection
Meguiar's Hydrophobic Polymer Technology provides relentless water-beading
Easy on & off - even in full sun


Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Detailer
Product Number: G201024
Size: 24 fl oz
MSRP: $14.99


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pcfxer
Nov 25th, 2019, 05:20 AM
Does it sheet as much as the old U129D?

Nick Winn
Nov 25th, 2019, 06:37 AM
Does it sheet as much as the old U129D?

We do not have much for products which sheet water anymore. People want water beading, even though beading is not a direct correlation to protection.

pcfxer
Nov 25th, 2019, 08:29 AM
We do not have much for products which sheet water anymore. People want water beading, even though beading is not a direct correlation to protection.

Dang. Do you think it would be possible for Megoo's to consider a "SHEET BOOSTER" for those that use science and facts over feelings? You can not beat coming outside of work after a rain storm to have a DRY car with a puddle all around it.

Nick Winn
Nov 26th, 2019, 07:41 AM
Dang. Do you think it would be possible for Megoo's to consider a "SHEET BOOSTER" for those that use science and facts over feelings? You can not beat coming outside of work after a rain storm to have a DRY car with a puddle all around it.

I don't think it will happen but I can document feedback internally.

symmetrical
Nov 29th, 2019, 08:35 PM
Dang. Do you think it would be possible for Megoo's to consider a "SHEET BOOSTER" for those that use science and facts over feelings? You can not beat coming outside of work after a rain storm to have a DRY car with a puddle all around it.

I think if you want sheeting, Hi Tech Yellow Wax is definitely for you. Or if you want, there are other ceramic brands that sheet which I'm not sure if I can name them here.

IMO I like my beading products as without it, it's really dang hard to tell if there's anything left on the paint if there's no beading as an indicator.

Nick Winn
Dec 2nd, 2019, 11:32 AM
I think if you want sheeting, Hi Tech Yellow Wax is definitely for you. Or if you want, there are other ceramic brands that sheet which I'm not sure if I can name them here.

IMO I like my beading products as without it, it's really dang hard to tell if there's anything left on the paint if there's no beading as an indicator.

You are welcome to discuss any brand's product you wish. Here is a snippet from our rules page


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symmetrical
Dec 2nd, 2019, 11:37 AM
You are welcome to discuss any brand's product you wish. Here is a snippet from our rules page


When Meguiar's Online went live in 2004 our goal was to create an online community for sharing information about car care & detailing. A place for enthusiasts to share and learn from the experience and knowledge of others. We pride ourselves on providing a family friendly and polite discussion forum! Friendly reminder, since the beginning of our forum in 2004, we allowed and still allow any brand of car care products to be discussed, not just Meguiar's.


Meguiar's Online Discussion Forum Rules (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?66582-Meguiar-s-Online-Discussion-Forum-Rules&p=585371)

Thank you Nick, this is extremely helpful.

davey g-force
Feb 17th, 2020, 01:19 PM
Awesome!

So does this mean that M135 will receive an upgrade as well?

If not, does it mean that UQD will now outperform M135?

davey g-force
Feb 17th, 2020, 01:28 PM
Oops, just realised M135 has been discontinued!! :cry1

Any plans to release this in a gallon size, now that M135 is gone? :cry1

Nick Winn
Feb 26th, 2020, 04:10 PM
Oops, just realised M135 has been discontinued!! :cry1

Any plans to release this in a gallon size, now that M135 is gone? :cry1

Latest & Greatest within this category will be Meguiar's M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster.

Meguiar's M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69235-Meguiar-s-M799-PRO-Hybrid-Ceramic-Bead-Booster)

davey g-force
Feb 26th, 2020, 07:35 PM
Latest & Greatest within this category will be Meguiar's M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster.

Meguiar's M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69235-Meguiar-s-M799-PRO-Hybrid-Ceramic-Bead-Booster)

Cool, thanks Nick!

BillE
Mar 2nd, 2020, 12:34 PM
Nick,

Just noticed that both the 'new' QD and QW show the same product number (G200924), can you edit your post to show the numbers?

TIA!

Bill

priedaien5
May 15th, 2020, 08:32 AM
I know it might sound stupid but interested in the theory.
If you covered the car with Ultimate Paste Wax, is there a point to cover the car with UQD straight away to enhance the look and protection?
If yes - should I wait 24 hours for the UPW to cure first and then cover with UQD?
Or should i instead of UQD use UQW?

Murr1525
May 15th, 2020, 11:30 AM
I know it might sound stupid but interested in the theory.
If you covered the car with Ultimate Paste Wax, is there a point to cover the car with UQD straight away to enhance the look and protection?
If yes - should I wait 24 hours for the UPW to cure first and then cover with UQD?
Or should i instead of UQD use UQW?

In general, if you apply a liquid or paste wax (and then remove excess) you would want to wait 24 hours, or at least a few hours before messing with it more.

If you just did one application of paste wax, then following up with a coat of UQD or UQW (or the newer products) can be a nice idea to ensure even coverage. When it comes to the standard synthetic or carnuba waxes, people tend to prefer two coats of something.

Nick Winn
May 18th, 2020, 06:05 AM
Nick,

Just noticed that both the 'new' QD and QW show the same product number (G200924), can you edit your post to show the numbers?

TIA!

Bill

THank you

priedaien5
May 19th, 2020, 12:09 PM
In general, if you apply a liquid or paste wax (and then remove excess) you would want to wait 24 hours, or at least a few hours before messing with it more.

If you just did one application of paste wax, then following up with a coat of UQD or UQW (or the newer products) can be a nice idea to ensure even coverage. When it comes to the standard synthetic or carnuba waxes, people tend to prefer two coats of something.

many thanks! Answered my question :)