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

    As for #21 you mentioned:

    ..It's unique formulation elminates very fine scratches and swirls, creating a flawless finish.


    Is this a reference to its cleaning ability or the 'masking' one?!?

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

    Excellent Explanation..this cleared why meguiar has a very huge product line!

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

    Helpful. Would be more helpful to state that the Liquid Carnuba (Gold) is a polisher as well. I bought the Gold Polish and the Liquid Wax. I'm sure others have made this same mistake.

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    Is D151 the perfect product for detailets in most situations? Seems like it offers a quick turnaround in and out. I dont mind spending days on my car but no one makes money that way.
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    Re: Why does Meguiar's offer so many different waxes?

    Quote Originally Posted by gclark26 View Post
    Is D151 the perfect product for detailets in most situations? Seems like it offers a quick turnaround in and out. I dont mind spending days on my car but no one makes money that way.
    That or M66 would likely be the best bets..

    D151 uses SMAT so it would be pretty versatile just by changing pads depending on how bad the finish on the car is.

    Basically just buff and go.... AIO....

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

    I bought black wax for my black vette, only to find out it's gray. Why call it black?
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    That is correct - the products listed in this thread were just grouped by line (consumer, pro, detailer)

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Rogers View Post
    I bought black wax for my black vette, only to find out it's gray. Why call it black?
    take note, megs black wax states that it is ideal for dark colors (all dark colors) due to its high polishing oil content. It will add depth and richness, together with its cleaners and protection and has nothing to do with the wax color and nothing to do with it being strictly for black paint. Similarly, white wax works well on all colors, but it will work best on light colors since light colors can be difficult to clean since it's hard to see stains.

    Black Wax-cleaners, POLISHING OILS, wax
    White Wax-CLEANERS, polishing oils, wax

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

    Just to add...there are NO dyes (that affect the paint) in either 'White Wax nor Black wax'.

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

    and to add even more confusion or clarification, it is perfectly safe to use white wax on dark paint, especially if the paint is swirled up or oxidized. There is a post here somewhere wherein white wax was used on dark paint, with excellent results!

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

    Hello and wow!

    I have just become a member here and this is the first post I have read other than the "introduce yourself" thread. I think I have learned more from this thread than all the searching I have done to date. Thank you so much and I can't wait to get started keeping my new car looking beautiful!

    Mike

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