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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    I agree that Cleaner Wax is a great and under-rated product. I have the paste version, and I used it just the other day to polish / protect my rims.

    And the smell! It smells good enough to eat! Probably my favourite smelling Meguiars product!
    My tin is in the post

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Not to be a downer on the Good Ol' Maroon Bottle/Can...White wax has become my 'first to grab' in the "cleaner wax" area.

    Me thinks, Meguiar's really hit it out of the park with this (White Wax) and Black Wax.

    Just my 2

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by BillE View Post
    Not to be a downer on the Good Ol' Maroon Bottle/Can...White wax has become my 'first to grab' in the "cleaner wax" area.

    Me thinks, Meguiar's really hit it out of the park with this (White Wax) and Black Wax.

    Just my 2
    My car is black i was going to get black wax as i need all the help i can get at hiding light scratches ect would black wax be any good for this?

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Don't let the name, "White Wax"/ "Black Wax" confuse you. Their name has nothing to do with what color you car may be.

    In a nut shell, the big difference is that the White Wax has more 'cleaning ability', whereas the Black Wax has more of a 'polishing ability'.

    As to the light scratches, personally I'd give the White Wax a try.

    Bill

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    I've been using Meguiars Cleaner Wax for years...always with good results

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by BillE View Post
    Don't let the name, "White Wax"/ "Black Wax" confuse you. Their name has nothing to do with what color you car may be.

    In a nut shell, the big difference is that the White Wax has more 'cleaning ability', whereas the Black Wax has more of a 'polishing ability'.

    As to the light scratches, personally I'd give the White Wax a try.

    Bill
    Thanks bill i bought the white wax tonight

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Be sure to let us all know how it all works out for ya.

    Bill

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Ah, good ol' cleaner wax!

    Still use it.
    r. b.

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Can you use a glaze before cleaner wax or after?

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    Re: In praise of... CLEANER WAX!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Ryan View Post
    Can you use a glaze before cleaner wax or after?
    Sure you can. But the cleaner wax will end up removing it.

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