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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Quote Originally Posted by Murr1525 View Post
    Yes, I meant the TRIX.

    Sounds good then, though might miss the bit of tar remover as well, hard to say.

    What if the car paint needed the brake dust removed, would this be safe for the car?
    Well, we don't specifically market it that way, and I'll have to double check with our R&D guys, but odds are it's totally safe for use that way, just as IronX and TriX are. It is a pH neutral product safe to use on all wheel surfaces, including bare, high polished aluminum. A catalyzed factory clear coat is pretty tough stuff so this should be OK.

    But keep in mind, that's a SHOULD BE OK and not a green light to use it that way. Let's see what our R&D guys say first.
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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    I'm interested in the wheel cleaner. When will these products be in stores?

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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    I just thought about something. Is the wheel cleaner a foam or gel type product such as Full Effect?

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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Quote Originally Posted by v8mustang View Post
    I'm interested in the wheel cleaner. When will these products be in stores?
    Probably not until the middle of Q1 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt-erhorn View Post
    I just thought about something. Is the wheel cleaner a foam or gel type product such as Full Effect?
    It's sort of a gel like product - very similar to Full Effect in that regard. It is a spray, obviously, but it comes out in the almost gel like consistency. Maybe not identical (it is, after all, not a repackaged version since our R&D guys came up with the actual formula) but similar. The price point, however, is simply amazing given the similar performance.
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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Nice! How would the DUB Spray Wax and Detailer compare to the Ultimate and Gold Class product line? Example, does DUB Spray Wax contain any kind of protective polymer or more traditional carnauba like Gold Class?

    Maybe in the future, maybe middle of 2014, a real liquid or even paste wax should be released under the DUB line.

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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Quote Originally Posted by ffboy View Post
    Maybe in the future, maybe middle of 2014, a real liquid or even paste wax should be released under the DUB line.
    I was really kind of surprised myself that there was not a stand alone traditional liquid and/or paste wax. But then it probably depends on who it is being marketed towards. I know a lot of people who feel that they do not need to use a traditional type of wax as long as they either use a car soap that says wax on it or just a spray wax.

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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Even though I have had 20's on my last three Ram pickups, I don't think the DUB Line is for me. I am far from "urban and young" and live in a chunk of native prairie in Nebraska. When is Meguiar's going to team up with the Farm Bureau.

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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Quote Originally Posted by tguil View Post
    Even though I have had 20's on my last three Ram pickups, I don't think the DUB Line is for me. I am far from "urban and young" and live in a chunk of native prairie in Nebraska. When is Meguiar's going to team up with the Farm Bureau.
    Meguiars should still work for you, regardless of where you live or nature of your work. Same goes for the DUB line. Start of with meguiars product line (your choice) then maintain with DUB...

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    Re: DUB Line - Developed by Meguiar's

    Quote Originally Posted by tguil View Post
    Even though I have had 20's on my last three Ram pickups, I don't think the DUB Line is for me. I am far from "urban and young" and live in a chunk of native prairie in Nebraska. When is Meguiar's going to team up with the Farm Bureau.
    Good one Tom.

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