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Nick Winn
Oct 30th, 2019, 02:21 PM
Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Wax - Upgrades (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69250-Meguiar-s-Ultimate-Quik-Wax-Upgrades)

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UPGRADES:

New Polymer Package - Easier wipe off and slicker finish
New Packaging & Sprayer
New Larger 24 oz size


No Shade? No problem! Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Wax can be used anywhere, even in full sun. In just minutes, get results you'd expect from liquid or paste waxes - spectacular shine, lasting protection, and relentless water-beading-all in a fast & easy to use spray!

With it's non-whiten formula, Ultimate Quik Wax is clear-coat safe and can be used on all paint types! And with Meguiar's Hydrophobic Polymer Technology, you'll get relentless water-beading protection that least for weeks!



Paint Comes alive with deep, wet-look shine
Leaves behind a long-lasting protective barrier
Meguiar's Hydrophobic Polymer Technology provides relentless water-beading
Easy on & off - even in full sun


Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Wax
Product Number: G200924
Size: 24 fl oz
MSRP: $14.99


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnYZWVDQatQ

The Guz
Nov 5th, 2019, 09:44 AM
Will the same formula changes make their way into D156?

Nick Winn
Nov 5th, 2019, 09:55 AM
Will the same formula changes make their way into D156?

That is a good question, I have not heard of such plans. Check out our new M799, we would imagine will be your new D156. Meguiar's M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69235-Meguiar-s-M799-PRO-Hybrid-Ceramic-Bead-Booster)

Jeepster04
Nov 6th, 2019, 04:10 PM
That seems like the detailer line of this:

https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69253-Meguiar-s-Hybrid-Ceramic-Detailer

Cant imagine very many people paying $100 for a gallon of 'bead booster.'

The Guz
Nov 7th, 2019, 01:45 AM
Cant imagine very many people paying $100 for a gallon of 'bead booster.'

You would be surprised. If the product performs well and the fact that it is dilutable, then that will out way the cost.

Fastidiotus
Nov 24th, 2019, 01:17 PM
Absolutely love that sprayer head. Turtle Wax was using it on their Ice line till this year, when they redesigned their packaging. Provides such a fine and consistent mist thats perfect for evenly applying a spray wax on a panel. Even without the reformulation just adding that sprayer to the bottle would have been a great upgrade to UQW.

S_J_P
Dec 28th, 2019, 06:58 AM
Any idea when this is going to be available in store's....Wally-World, Autozone, etc.

topblissgt
Jan 3rd, 2020, 06:49 PM
How does your Ultimate quick detailer compare to this ? Which is better gloss, protection, ease of use? etc. Thanks!

Nick Winn
Jan 8th, 2020, 10:10 AM
Absolutely love that sprayer head. Turtle Wax was using it on their Ice line till this year, when they redesigned their packaging. Provides such a fine and consistent mist thats perfect for evenly applying a spray wax on a panel. Even without the reformulation just adding that sprayer to the bottle would have been a great upgrade to UQW.

Fastidiotus,

We agree & share your enthusiasm! Thank you for sharing your feedback!


Any idea when this is going to be available in store's....Wally-World, Autozone, etc.

Yes, AutoZone should be in the next few weeks, O'Reilly within the next 4 - 6 weeks, Walmart will be in late February.


How does your Ultimate quick detailer compare to this ? Which is better gloss, protection, ease of use? etc. Thanks!

The primary purpose of most all of our quik detailer sprays is for safe, light dust & fingerprint removal. The secondary purpose is their added features like gloss, water beading, protection, etc. So first off, Ultimate Quik Wax should be used on a clean surface. Also, Ultimate Quik Wax, or when comparing any quik detailer vs quik wax, the quik wax will have superior gloss & protection. As far as ease of use, most detail sprays will always have a slight advantage on ease of use, and specifically comparing Ultimate Quik Detailer vs Ultimate Quik Wax, this new version of our Ultimate Quik Detailer is crazy easy & a slick, quick application.

topblissgt
Jan 8th, 2020, 06:29 PM
thanks nick. Cant wait to try the new line

pcfxer
Feb 25th, 2020, 10:23 AM
Any other details about UQW? Is the carrier new and improved or is the polymer tech improved orrrr both? Is the scent changed at all?

I actually prefer the sheeting effect from UQD (good old 129D) as compared to the beading of UQW and #16.

Nick Winn
Feb 26th, 2020, 04:23 PM
Any other details about UQW? Is the carrier new and improved or is the polymer tech improved orrrr both? Is the scent changed at all?

I actually prefer the sheeting effect from UQD (good old 129D) as compared to the beading of UQW and #16.

Not really any other information. Pretty much any characteristic you can think of has been improved.

dennish2024
Mar 21st, 2020, 04:10 PM
Finally found the new upgraded UQW at Walmart. I gotta say it is easier to apply, hard to believe. Seems like after you spray it on and wipe it around that you don't need to go over it with another towel but boy is it slick. As an amateur not sure I have the eye to say it's glossier that the old UQW but it sure shines!

Is it okay to use on plastics like headlight covers, etc...

Murr1525
Mar 23rd, 2020, 05:25 AM
Finally found the new upgraded UQW at Walmart. I gotta say it is easier to apply, hard to believe. Seems like after you spray it on and wipe it around that you don't need to go over it with another towel but boy is it slick. As an amateur not sure I have the eye to say it's glossier that the old UQW but it sure shines!

Is it okay to use on plastics like headlight covers, etc...

Yeah, headlights are fine, even the textured black plastic trim seems to do well with a wipe of the UQW.

dennish2024
Mar 23rd, 2020, 07:02 AM
Just did the wife's Red Velvet Pearl Grand Cherokee. Noticeable difference.

Nick Winn
Mar 23rd, 2020, 09:52 AM
Just did the wife's Red Velvet Pearl Grand Cherokee. Noticeable difference.

Thanks for sharing!

Jeepster04
Mar 27th, 2020, 06:36 AM
I've used the new UQW on 3 vehicles now and it seems very nice. Not sure that I see a noticeable improvement over the regular quick wax or the detailer line x-press wax but it smells nice and has a really nice sprayer.

I'll most likely stick with the x-press wax given the high price of the new UQW. If they wouldnt of had the $3 rebate I wouldnt have bought it.

DasTurboWagen
Aug 28th, 2020, 05:02 AM
I finally got a chance to try the new Ultimate Quik Wax and I’m loving the improved slickness and water sheeting behavior. Now with the updated formula, what non spray wax/sealant will give me the same type of slickness and water behavior and last longer? I’m not a fan of the newest Ultimate Liquid wax, would the new Ceramic Liquid Wax give me what I’m looking for?

Thanks.

Nick Winn
Aug 28th, 2020, 08:17 AM
I finally got a chance to try the new Ultimate Quik Wax and I’m loving the improved slickness and water sheeting behavior. Now with the updated formula, what non spray wax/sealant will give me the same type of slickness and water behavior and last longer? I’m not a fan of the newest Ultimate Liquid wax, would the new Ceramic Liquid Wax give me what I’m looking for?

Thanks.

Our new Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax really focuses on protection. I am getting the feeling you did not like the application experience with the liquid version of our Ultimate Wax. Is that correct? If so, I would recommend trying the paste version of our Ultimate Wax. It is a much different user experience when it comes to application. It applies more like a traditional wax, where as our Ultimate Liquid is a much newer style, thinner consistency, apply, wipe off type application.

DasTurboWagen
Aug 29th, 2020, 10:23 AM
Our new Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax really focuses on protection. I am getting the feeling you did not like the application experience with the liquid version of our Ultimate Wax. Is that correct? If so, I would recommend trying the paste version of our Ultimate Wax. It is a much different user experience when it comes to application. It applies more like a traditional wax, where as our Ultimate Liquid is a much newer style, thinner consistency, apply, wipe off type application.

i just wasn’t impressed with the water behavior of Ultimate Liquid was last time I used it. It still works fine but it’s basic beading. With the new Quik Wax, I get on the highway after rain and my car is basically dry on the horizontal surfaces. I just was looking for a liquid or paste wax from Meguiars that lasts longer than the Quik wax and behaves the same.

Nick Winn
Aug 31st, 2020, 12:27 PM
i just wasn’t impressed with the water behavior of Ultimate Liquid was last time I used it. It still works fine but it’s basic beading. With the new Quik Wax, I get on the highway after rain and my car is basically dry on the horizontal surfaces. I just was looking for a liquid or paste wax from Meguiars that lasts longer than the Quik wax and behaves the same.

10/4. If you are really after water beading & protection, we would recommend checking out our newer Hybrid Ceramic Product Line. The water beading characteristics in these products are a significant step above our Ultimate Line.

NorthantsPete
Oct 13th, 2020, 04:42 AM
That is a good question, I have not heard of such plans. Check out our new M799, we would imagine will be your new D156. Meguiar's M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster (https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?69235-Meguiar-s-M799-PRO-Hybrid-Ceramic-Bead-Booster)


But, one thing... X-press wax has filling ability, or at least shows to hide scratches, are there plans for a NXT 3.0 hybrid or adding fillers to any of these products for one step?
The spray wax after NXT 2.0 just hides and hides everything on a daily driver