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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Looks like the Gold Class with carnuba is up in the MeguiarsDirect store. Good time to use the Thanksgiving code!
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Surprised to see some of them up there already... A bunch of the new products are.
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Not the Ultimate Dressing product
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Its there.

    Getting a little off topic, feel free to bump us to a different thread...
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Guys, let's please not jack this thread into a "what new products are available online today" discussion, OK?

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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    I got a question about this. On the cleaner wax order, could someone inform me on which ones are DAT focused and which ones are more chemically cleaning focused? I know the consumer cleaner wax is more chemically focuses for cleaning stains than it is for swirls, but I'm confused with the others.
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Great thread. This should help out so many people.
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Brilliant thread. Thanks Michael!!!
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Thanks, I believe this is all one need to know about waxes.

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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Great explanation Michael!

    I've been using #26 for longer than I care to remember. I used to apply it by hand but now I use a Porter Cable 7424 DA polisher and a red pad. Using this method to apply it allow me to put down just the right amount to achieve consistent coverage.

    I have to say though, I've been trying some of these synthetic sealants and they are quite impressive especially followed up with a coat of Carnauba wax.
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