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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by fordf150 View Post
    For those that have used UFF and other Meguiars sealants and waxes are you all in agreement that UFF is their longest lasting paint protectant? I know the advertising says this but interested in hearing real life testimonials.

    Personally, I hope UFF never goes away if for no other reason than its ridiculously easy application.
    Agree 100%. I've tried almost all their retail products and nothing can top UFF for durability AND insane ease of application. Love it.

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Cannot apply to car windows especially windshield?

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by parker23 View Post
    Agree 100%. I've tried almost all their retail products and nothing can top UFF for durability AND insane ease of application. Love it.
    You have tried and compared the hybrid ceramic wax as well?

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by j2ee View Post
    You have tried and compared the hybrid ceramic wax as well?
    Yes. In theory the HCW is an even easier application BUT with the spray on and rinse off with water technique there's no way to get 100% coverage or adherence. For that you need to spray it on and wipe/dry it off and even using minimal product I've had constant issues with streaking and having to buff them out. On the flip side, UFF doesn't have any of those problems.

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by j2ee View Post
    Cannot apply to car windows especially windshield?
    UFF is a paint protection product.
    If you are getting overspray onto your windshield, change your technique. Turn away from the vehicle and spray with the aerosol nozzle about 6 inches from the black application microfiber towel.
    Sometimes you might get a small amount of product from towel on glass that is close to your paint.
    Wipe it off as you start the light buff down on that section.
    Use UFF a section or panel at a time. It does not need a dry time.

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by j2ee View Post
    You have tried and compared the hybrid ceramic wax as well?
    J2ee
    Each of us have different requirements.
    Those may change with different vehicles.
    UFF is a good choice for me, where HCW is not.
    Reasons that would make UFF a better choice include:
    * Environmental: Control of run off from cleaning
    * Conservation: Water is a very precious resource
    * Regulatory: Water usage restrictions from drought
    * Availability: Live in apartment or condo association that bans using water to clean vehicles on premises

    Then there is a larger motivation for many of us who have restored vehicles:
    * We choose to use less than 2 cups of water each time when washing and protecting our vehicles, including what is in the products.
    *** Said another way Water=Rust Juice

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by parker23 View Post
    Yes. In theory the HCW is an even easier application BUT with the spray on and rinse off with water technique there's no way to get 100% coverage or adherence. For that you need to spray it on and wipe/dry it off and even using minimal product I've had constant issues with streaking and having to buff them out. On the flip side, UFF doesn't have any of those problems.
    I also feel the HCW application method is kind of...confusing and not effective. I have shown video in another post showing that the "second method" may not works at all. Anyway I am using Soft99 product which officially support windscreen as well. Work well under heavy rain few days ago, the car looks new after heavy rain as well without manually drying the rain water at all.

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by j2ee View Post
    I also feel the HCW application method is kind of...confusing and not effective. I have shown video in another post showing that the "second method" may not works at all. Anyway I am using Soft99 product which officially support windscreen as well. Work well under heavy rain few days ago, the car looks new after heavy rain as well without manually drying the rain water at all.
    And the application method of soft99 stuff is much easier, just wash the car, then spray the stuff on the web surface and dry it. HCW method is too much work, even this UFF needs to dry the car first then apply the stuff on the car, which means I need to cover the car surface two times.

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by j2ee View Post
    And the application method of soft99 stuff is much easier, just wash the car, then spray the stuff on the web surface and dry it. HCW method is too much work, even this UFF needs to dry the car first then apply the stuff on the car, which means I need to cover the car surface two times.
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    Actually you are making two or more passes with your products.
    You rinse, wash by hand/mitt, rinse again and you use like a light spray wax.

    With Ultimate Wash and Wax Anywhere followed by UFF, that is only 2 passes.
    Good luck with whichever products you choose.

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    Re: Meguiar's Ultimate Fast Finish

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bear View Post
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    Actually you are making two or more passes with your products.
    You rinse, wash by hand/mitt, rinse again and you use like a light spray wax.

    With Ultimate Wash and Wax Anywhere followed by UFF, that is only 2 passes.
    Good luck with whichever products you choose.
    Soft99 stuff can be applied on dry surface too and for any car surface.

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