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    Re: Quik Wax: New & Improved Formula

    The usage for this new stuff sounds a lot like Synthetic X-press Spray wax (although D156 is probably closer to UQW in durabilty I would guess). But the ability to wax as you dry is a huge plus. I use D156 on customers' cars who just want a quick wash and light protectant. It saves me time reducing cost for them So, for the weekend warrior who just likes to keep their car nice this is probably the best way to go. Ease of use married with great results.

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    Re: Quik Wax: New & Improved Formula

    Quick question. Does this contain "petroleum distillates"?

    I am asking this question because I have a two-layer laminated wrap on my car. The first layer is KPMF Satin Car Wrap Film laminated to a second layer of 3M 8518 Overlaminate Gloss to add a layer of gloss and protection.

    A friend of mine who has Expel on his car say that you should never put a product containing "petroleum distillates" (e.g. Meguiar's Cleaner Wax, Meguiar's Ultimate Liquid Wax - Recommended by the Meguiar's Help Line for a Wrap) on a wrapped surface or at least Expel. He says that if you put "petroleum distillates" on a wrapped surface it will result in the wrap or at least Expel "yellowing" over time.

    Since I just spent what is a lot of money for me to have this done to my vehicle to have a color I like and a protected surface, I don't want have the surface over "yellowing" over time. My friend who does use Meguiar's products (M205 & M26) for his painted surfaces, uses CarPro Reload (an SI02 product like HCW) after washing and for daily care a California Duster and Ultimate Quick Detailer (Whatever happened to M135).

    Before reading what my friend wrote, I put Ultimate Liquid Wax and Cleaner Wax on small areas of my car's wrapped surface. Can I use Ultimate Quick Wax or Wash and Wax Anywhere to "remove" the Ultimate Liquid Wax and Cleaner Wax I put on small areas of my car's wrapped surface?

    Thank you for answering this question.

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    Re: Quik Wax: New & Improved Formula

    Quote Originally Posted by 510GUY View Post
    Quick question. Does this contain "petroleum distillates"?

    I am asking this question because I have a two-layer laminated wrap on my car. The first layer is KPMF Satin Car Wrap Film laminated to a second layer of 3M 8518 Overlaminate Gloss to add a layer of gloss and protection.

    A friend of mine who has Expel on his car say that you should never put a product containing "petroleum distillates" (e.g. Meguiar's Cleaner Wax, Meguiar's Ultimate Liquid Wax - Recommended by the Meguiar's Help Line for a Wrap) on a wrapped surface or at least Expel. He says that if you put "petroleum distillates" on a wrapped surface it will result in the wrap or at least Expel "yellowing" over time.

    Since I just spent what is a lot of money for me to have this done to my vehicle to have a color I like and a protected surface, I don't want have the surface over "yellowing" over time. My friend who does use Meguiar's products (M205 & M26) for his painted surfaces, uses CarPro Reload (an SI02 product like HCW) after washing and for daily care a California Duster and Ultimate Quick Detailer (Whatever happened to M135).

    Before reading what my friend wrote, I put Ultimate Liquid Wax and Cleaner Wax on small areas of my car's wrapped surface. Can I use Ultimate Quick Wax or Wash and Wax Anywhere to "remove" the Ultimate Liquid Wax and Cleaner Wax I put on small areas of my car's wrapped surface?

    Thank you for answering this question.
    I am not seeing anything about Petroleum Distillates for our A16 Quik Wax.
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