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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    I almost hit it with D156 when I was using it as a drying aid. I caught myself lol. I have no problem letting it go to see how it looks as the weeks go by. The rain was heavy this time do the drops were fairly large. But so far it's still on the paint.



    That pretty good and durable. Did you ever get PP365?
    I have it, but haven't tested it on a vehicle yet.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    I just picked some up last week and used it on my white F150. It haven't seen wax in some time, I am curious to see how it holds up.
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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by Meticulous-Detail View Post
    I have it, but haven't tested it on a vehicle yet.
    I am curious to hear your thoughts when you get to use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott's 62 View Post
    I just picked some up last week and used it on my white F150. It haven't seen wax in some time, I am curious to see how it holds up.
    Let us know how it works out for you.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    I am still looking for this stuff. While I would not use this as a stand alone product, I would like to try it over UPW and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I am still looking for this stuff. While I would not use this as a stand alone product, I would like to try it over UPW and see what happens.
    I have seen it at every auto parts store I have been to in the past month...

    Not sure that it is intended to be the top layer as that would degrade longevity and would negate the look of the UPW.

    I would PP365 as the base and layer UPW on top of it.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by DasBurninator View Post
    I have seen it at every auto parts store I have been to in the past month...
    Not sure that it is intended to be the top layer as that would degrade longevity and would negate the look of the UPW.
    I would PP365 as the base and layer UPW on top of it.
    Interesting ..I thought it was supposed to be a final top layer. Hummmm. Not sure I would bother buying it if it is deigned to go under UPW. Thanks for your reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I am still looking for this stuff. While I would not use this as a stand alone product, I would like to try it over UPW and see what happens.
    The Wally World near me doesn't have it either, but I would like to see how it works as a stand alone after the car has received a full paint prep. You figure Meguiar's designed it for the non-enthusiast who will never prep their paint so I wonder how it will work on a fully prepped surface.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    Interesting ..I thought it was supposed to be a final top layer. Hummmm. Not sure I would bother buying it if it is deigned to go under UPW. Thanks for your reply.
    It's designed to be used a stand alone product. Not to be used a s a topper for anything else. Could you do it? Sure. But then you would not get the full longevity of the product. We all know the gloss comes from the paint prep. Why bother topping it? It would be a waste to top it. By doing so you have changed the surface tension to that of the topper.

    So with this PP365 just clay, polish and seal. Your maintenance would be a simple wash and dry. PP365 will not alter the paint in any form. Meaning it will not darken or add shine. If you want shine this is not the product for you. On a light colored car one will not notice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Don View Post
    The Wally World near me doesn't have it either, but I would like to see how it works as a stand alone after the car has received a full paint prep. You figure Meguiar's designed it for the non-enthusiast who will never prep their paint so I wonder how it will work on a fully prepped surface.
    If you read my first post you will see that I fully prepped the hood of my car prior to using it. I even stripped the polishing oils from M205.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    If you read my first post you will see that I fully prepped the hood of my car prior to using it. I even stripped the polishing oils from M205.

    I forgot that part, it's been so long since I read it.
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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    I've also had the chance to apply this new product on my re-painted red M5.

    For what the price point is at,(7-10$) and the function that it offers, it is a really trick product worth using on a daily or car that sits out in the sun frequently.

    AutoZone currently offers it at a discount of I think 8$, I would definitely have one in the garage. Pretty sure the bottle will last me an eternity too.

    Good Job Meguiars

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