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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUZINBMW13 View Post
    would it be a bad idea to use show car glaze after adding the hybrid cermaic wax?
    Ideally it would be applied first. You would negate many of the benefits of using the HCW like extreme water beading & self cleaning effect. We are recommending for best results always use Hybrid Ceramic Wax as your final LSP "Last Step Product."
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Bought a couple bottles this week, used for the first time last night. Black truck, tired of the streaks and watermarks, even with 100 layers of waxes/polishes. Went on nicely, first application so I did rub a bit, dry, of course, rain this morning. Did not see streaks before the rain, so, so far impressed.

    Couple of Q's if I may (searched, watched videos, didn't find an answer)

    a) Overspray/other surfaces- what about rubber trim, rims (painted or chrome or steel), decals, aluminum (painted though) bed covers... Hard NOT to hit those when spraying on, or rinsing off. What are the 'rules' for black trim mostly? Rims? Okay when oversprayed on to rubber tires?

    b) Boat surfaces, gelcoat specifically- I will test a spot first, wondering what the 'rules' are for sun faded white, or other, gelcoat?

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    I followed the directions and sprayed the HCW all over my 2015 Camaro and and my wife’s odyssey and had no issues. I did dry and buff everything except I didn’t use it on the engine bays. I like the product and find it very much like their x-press synthetic product. Wipes right off black trim. Even used it on my peel coat black exhaust tips. Again, no issues.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by SeanO View Post
    Bought a couple bottles this week, used for the first time last night. Black truck, tired of the streaks and watermarks, even with 100 layers of waxes/polishes. Went on nicely, first application so I did rub a bit, dry, of course, rain this morning. Did not see streaks before the rain, so, so far impressed.

    Couple of Q's if I may (searched, watched videos, didn't find an answer)

    a) Overspray/other surfaces- what about rubber trim, rims (painted or chrome or steel), decals, aluminum (painted though) bed covers... Hard NOT to hit those when spraying on, or rinsing off. What are the 'rules' for black trim mostly? Rims? Okay when oversprayed on to rubber tires?

    b) Boat surfaces, gelcoat specifically- I will test a spot first, wondering what the 'rules' are for sun faded white, or other, gelcoat?

    ??

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    A) the product is primarily designed for use on paint but is safe for all exterior surfaces. No issue getting product on those surfaces, provided you are using correctly, do not let dry, etc. You can use it on wheels if you would like, especially if they are painted.

    B) The product has not been tested on non painted fiberglass / gel coat, but we imagine it will work fine, no likely going to work as well as it does on paint, but you are welcome to test like you mentioned.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    So i tried it, i don't know if this is for me. Was very hard to know if i got a fundation layer or not (i rinsed it down directly and put the traditional method right after). I used too much, however also here its very hard not to.

    Beside HCW i used "Sonax spray and seal", which costs half of what HCW does in Sweden. Similiar thing, and works very well

    I will be buying a bottle of Turtles "Turtle wax ICE seal and shine". Hoiwever its a spray wax but can be used a wet wax

    I honestly dont know if HCW is worth the money for me. $32 for a bottle that i used half of, isn't worth it when there is so much cheaper similiar products here - atleast i tried it

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