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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Nick, (or anyone ��) all the directions I see advise spraying HCW on a wet car and using microfiber towel to dry (base) or spraying HCW and power rinsing off (on going) Is there a downside to using HCW on a dry, clean car? Or is the whole point simply for convenience? I tend to wash at the local hand held car wash but “wax” at home in the garage so using HCW dry is more convenient for me.

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    Well, I tried it... Washed the Jetta (white) as usual. It’s always WAY more dirty than I think it is... Brought it home and put a couple coats of HCW on, like I would a regular spray wax. Spray on, rub in, rub off with MF towels. No water or rinsing... Man that car is shiny! It’s 18 years old and I swear it’s never looked this good! I may try adding another coat at some point but hopefully this will make it through the winter. Great thread about a fantastic product. Thanks guys!

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Hi,
    Please advise, if I can use HCW spray instead of waxing , after Compounding (ultimate Compound) + Polishing (ultimate Polish).

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandroid View Post
    Hi,
    Please advise, if I can use HCW spray instead of waxing , after Compounding (ultimate Compound) + Polishing (ultimate Polish).
    You certainly can.

    It is probably best to have a base coat of wax, then use the HCW. But if not practical, then you can use the HCW regularly instead.

    Also, dont need the Ult Compound every time unless there is stuff to fix up.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Thanks for your Valuable advice

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Murr1525 View Post
    You certainly can.

    It is probably best to have a base coat of wax, then use the HCW. But if not practical, then you can use the HCW regularly instead.

    Also, dont need the Ult Compound every time unless there is stuff to fix up.


    Thanks for your Valuable advice

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