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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    I still like to use Cleaner Wax for oddball things like grills n stuff. I've had this bottle so long that I don't even remember when I bought it. It's at least 10yrs. old... But I wouldn't doubt if it's from the time of my 1st car, which would make it 18yrs now._.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Sure you can. But the cleaner wax will end up removing it.

    Only the excess polish sitting on the surface.

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    sorry to make post here, but just wanted to remind everyone no to use the cleaner wax on white car, cleaner wax has ruin my new white car paint with yellow stained and meguairs doesnt even care to take responsibility

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy05 View Post
    sorry to make post here, but just wanted to remind everyone no to use the cleaner wax on white car, cleaner wax has ruin my new white car paint with yellow stained and meguairs doesnt even care to take responsibility
    That's not been my experience yet, but I have not tried it on newer paint.

    What's the make and model of your new car?

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    my Car is 2018, mitsubishi Pajero sport, AKa Montero
    Quote Originally Posted by rusty bumper View Post
    That's not been my experience yet, but I have not tried it on newer paint.

    What's the make and model of your new car?

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy05 View Post
    sorry to make post here, but just wanted to remind everyone no to use the cleaner wax on white car, cleaner wax has ruin my new white car paint with yellow stained and meguairs doesnt even care to take responsibility
    Wow, never heard of this happening.

    Care to ellaborate? How did you use the product? How old is the product? What was the condition of the paint before? Have you tried polishing the yellow stains out?

    Hopefully someone from Meguiars chimes in...
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    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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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Wow, never heard of this happening.

    Care to ellaborate? How did you use the product? How old is the product? What was the condition of the paint before? Have you tried polishing the yellow stains out?

    Hopefully someone from Meguiars chimes in...
    Hi Davey,

    We have been discussing this in another thread. It's located in our Customer Service Hotline section for reference.
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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    yes the problem already opened in CS line, but not receive any good explanation. here I give the link of discussion
    https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/sh...te-ruin-my-car
    and for other member, this kind of problem actually already reported few times with different paint condition but without any good way resolution
    https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/sh...ained-my-paint
    https://meguiarsonline.com/forums/sh...wax-Yellow-car
    imaybe meguairs will likely to blame the paint, or the application method. But once Again, this isnt a professional item and there is no warning at the can which write this might happen, and seems all the discussion only closed by non resolved situation, or maybe wait for the "victim" to get your own way out...really professional company. I said this as my own opinion which can read at my posting and discussion...

    once again I write in this thread because this is one of the thread that encourage me to use the cleaner wax when I confused to use or to keep my cleaner wax. Maybe in future another person, hope will not doing same mistake as myself to put to big hope on this product, especially their new white car
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Hi Davey,

    We have been discussing this in another thread. It's located in our Customer Service Hotline section for reference.

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    I have a white car, and Cleaner Wax works great on it.

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Yes sir, like I said before. I was too put very full trust in Megs big name. but when its happen, where is the faulty then? I'm a really open, so if megs want to blame car manufacturer or even me, then lets talk. I'm not doing any black campaign here, I have all the documentation and after all this item is a customer line product not a professional product. Please everybody can read the comment on the link I give, and each of you feel free to comment.
    hope this will never happen again to any other person, and last thing, if its works great to your car and have a problem with my car, then is it mean my car is the problem? I just wish the company would address this matter more professional
    Quote Originally Posted by drumdan View Post
    I have a white car, and Cleaner Wax works great on it.

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