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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    I'm thinking that since no special prep/IPA wipe downs is in order but certainly wouldn't hurt and maybe give that just a little more lasting protection, A 3 step of clay/ cleaning/ PP365 is going to be the new combo and use UQW as the topper for one of the best finish possible along with the durability for the Go to standard for Meguiars

    Do have a couple ideal's about application and just wondering how thin this product is? Consistency such as #7 Show Car Glaze?
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    No reason at all why could not use it on wheels. Viscosity, as mentioned, is extremely thin so dispensing is through a pinhole top under the cap.
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Looks like this is a great product for areas like Ohio where we have a brutal winter and 4-6 months straight can't possibly rewax and having the best shine is not a problem. Mr Stoops I have a few questions, I see the protection lasts a lot longer then traditional products like ultimate wax and NXT wax, but is the level of protection at least as good? Also what level of prep do we need to do to the surface first, like clay and cleaner to get this product to properly adhere and would using a cleaner wax first and then topping it with this product create an issue with it adhering? Would using a pure polish before using this product cause an issue with adherence?

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Yeah, I'm curious about the protection... is it just for water beading, or a good protection against bird droppings, sap, etc as well?
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    I think this will be another great Meg's product! I'm not liking applying it over another product as some have mentioned. This is the durable product,so if anything, apply this first. Personally, I think I will apply it and probably "top" with UQW. I think this will be a killer combo.

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Quote Originally Posted by OhioCarBuff View Post
    Looks like this is a great product for areas like Ohio where we have a brutal winter and 4-6 months straight can't possibly rewax and having the best shine is not a problem. Mr Stoops I have a few questions, I see the protection lasts a lot longer then traditional products like ultimate wax and NXT wax, but is the level of protection at least as good? Also what level of prep do we need to do to the surface first, like clay and cleaner to get this product to properly adhere and would using a cleaner wax first and then topping it with this product create an issue with it adhering? Would using a pure polish before using this product cause an issue with adherence?
    Prep has been discussed - nothing any different than what you already is appropriate for any other wax or sealant. Protection isn't any better (ie stronger) than other waxes, it just lasts a crazy long time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Murr1525 View Post
    Yeah, I'm curious about the protection... is it just for water beading, or a good protection against bird droppings, sap, etc as well?
    See above - it's not a coating so we won't say it's super resistant to bird droppings and other severe attacks, but durability is extreme.
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Mike, can it be used on black plastic trim and rubber on exterior surfaces? Is there a cur time for topping with glaze or wax?

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Mr Stoops, I think this is a great product for us folks that live in areas that have brutal winters and we typically go 4-6 months without any way to rewax. I have another question; because this product is so extremely durable will it cause an issue 4-6 months later in the spring when we want to go back to using a regular wax? Like is it so durable that when we go to rewax the remaining wax will be so firmly bonded that it will take extra compounding etc to get off.

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    I really wish Megs didn't make a long lasting product that's very easy to use (at the very least). It gives many (like me or maybe just me) a reason to wax/protect my car more often than needed... It seems to be as easy to use as Ultimate Quik Wax or Ultimate Quik Detailer...

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    This sounds like another must have!!

    Can't wait to see some reviews...
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    I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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