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    Menzerna products

    I am curious if anyone has had any experiences with Menzerna products. If so what are your thoughts?
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    Re: Menzerna products

    The only Menzerna polish I have or have used is PO85rd. That being said, I really liked it. I used it as my finishing product after M105, and combined I got a very clear finish. I would like to try some more Menzerna polishes in the future. I also have the new Power Lock Polymer Sealant, but haven't gotten the chance to use it yet. Everybody who has tried it seems to like it so far, although I do know that durability is still in question since it is relatively new. Somebody said they stripped it off their paint after a month b/c they were putting another product on, and said it was still going strong. Anyway, a wash, clay, M105 with a Meg's polishing pad on the G110v2, PO85rd on a gray LC CCS pad on the G110v2, Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant, and Wolfgang Fuzion got me this:





    See the whole thread here. But yeah, getting back on track, my experience with Menzerna has been good so far. Good working time, no dust, took care of some minor hazing/hologramming left by M105. Looking at Menzerna's track record, you certainly can't go wrong with any of their products, IMHO.
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    Re: Menzerna products

    Menzerna has a great line of products. PO106fa is my absolute favorite polish. It's my goto one-step polish (All my cars have soft paint.). Too bad they're so expensive. They're almost twice as expensive as Meguiar's M105/M205 polishes. Throw in the current price of M205 on Amazon right now (got another bottle. Price was too good to pass up!) and PO106fa is actually more than twice as expensive.
    Too much of a good thing is even better!

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    Re: Menzerna products

    Uh, I think this a Meguiars forum...

    As far as your question, I have used it with great results. M105 and M205 is VERY comparable.

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    Re: Menzerna products

    I LOVE Menzerna products. I use PO83 and PO106FA most frequently. If it wasn't for the huge price difference I would probably stick with menzerna. Something about the climate here and M105 don't like each other. Menzerna polishes tend to wipe off easier and cause less haze for me. However Meguiars still have some super products!


    (this was after my first time ever polishing on the DA - after a pass of PO83 SIP)



    And after PO106FA



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    Re: Menzerna products

    Quote Originally Posted by C30-Mike View Post
    Uh, I think this a Meguiars forum...

    As far as your question, I have used it with great results. M105 and M205 is VERY comparable.

    Yes, you are correct this is a Meguiars forum. Was just simply asking if anyone had any experiences with Menzerna products and what their thoughts were. I have noticed quite a few guys have used them. As for me everything in my detailing arsenal is all Megs products.
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    Re: Menzerna products

    Quote Originally Posted by C30-Mike View Post
    Uh, I think this a Meguiars forum...

    As far as your question, I have used it with great results. M105 and M205 is VERY comparable.
    The moderators didn't shut this thread down, so I think it's o.k. to keep talking about Menzerna.
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    Re: Menzerna products

    You're in the off-topic/break room sub forum. I don't think anyone really cares that we love both Meguiar's and Menzerna lol.
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    Re: Menzerna products

    We have always been just fine with discussions surrounding competing products, and we will continue to be fine with it.
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    Re: Menzerna products

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    We have always been just fine with discussions surrounding competing products, and we will continue to be fine with it.
    Great attitude.

    It's important for Meguiar's to keep tabs on competing products. Obviously Meguiar's strives to offer the best products possible across the entire product line. Technology advances, new ideas, techniques and products are introduced all the time. These forums are a great tool for us to discuss how products compare.

    Meguiar's can then use the information and access if adjustments need to be made to the product line.

    As long as products etc. are discussed in a mature, constructive manner, everybody benefits.

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