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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

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    In Australia its $55.00au, rip off
    Every Meguiars product is very expensive in Sweden (if you compare to example, Mothers). But i dont want to use Mothers, because i have no support for their products. I really love this fourum, i can get support from Meguiars and others for the products i bought.

    But this is how i done, i buy them from Ebay for example. Even with shipping it costs less then from Sweden. And i really dislike the fact that Meguiars Sweden decide what they should take in. I want to decide myself

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Good morning... I used the Hybrid Ceramic Wax and it came out all spotty looking. Reading through here it was likely a combination of using too much and spraying the entire car then rinsing. What would be a good product to use to remove it and start fresh? I don't mind buying another bottle to redo. Luckily its only $15 where I live! Its been about 36 hours since I did it. Yesterday was heavy rain after work.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by madlife View Post
    Good morning... I used the Hybrid Ceramic Wax and it came out all spotty looking. Reading through here it was likely a combination of using too much and spraying the entire car then rinsing. What would be a good product to use to remove it and start fresh? I don't mind buying another bottle to redo. Luckily its only $15 where I live! Its been about 36 hours since I did it. Yesterday was heavy rain after work.
    Yeah, if you used a whole bottle, you used too much.

    I put a bit too much on in areas my first time and it dried a bit, but just re-wetting the panel and drying took care of most of it. And looks evened out fine now.

    Since it has been a couple days, you might be able to just wash the car and dry and see if it evens things out.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Wasn't a whole bottle, but probably 3/4s, on a Jetta Sportwagen. I'll give it a go today if the weather holds out. Don't think its supposed to though

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    I had just gotten back from a 1,500 mile (give or take) road trip for a week up in Canada. Some of the roads we went on were un-paved, under-paved, or under construction (also - thanks Minnesota for the oil/tar covered highway... that was nice). We had gotten back late Saturday night and spent all that time unpacking the truck.

    Sunday morning I finished unpacking, and only had 20-30 minutes to wash and wax the truck before we had to run some errands. If you ask me, that's where the Meguiars Hybrid Ceramic shines (literally too) - was that I was able to give the truck a decent wash and a quick wax without spending much time on it since I had already washed, clayed, polished and applied the base coat of the Hybrid Ceramic a while ago.

    I'm a couple months in on using this stuff - and I still give it an A+ - my only disappointment right now is that I have to store my current bottle upside down. Somehow... crazy as this is, it slid off my seat going through a round-a-bout on my way home from the store, slammed into the door, and the bottom of the bottle is cracked (and leaks).

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    I have one word>>>IMPRESSED!

    Vehicle: 2018 Subaru Silver Gray

    Process: 2 step detail (Ult Polish Ult Liquid Wax), let it 'cook' for a couple of days than applied the base coat of HCW, then a followup spray and power washer rinse. Looks good.

    After about a month of relentless mid-west thunderstorms, more than impressed of how the water just rolls off.

    Yesterday (7AUG19) washed, rinsed and sprayed the 3rd coat of HCW, rinsed with 'garden nozzle' and dried with MF drying towels. Now the big surprise, the shine became more enhanced! More than what I had with even the original ULW before HCW!

    I'm not one that gets that excited, but when something works BEYOND what is expected...well that DOES excite me!

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    So I don’t use water on my black classic. Can you suggest a way to use this product or should I pass? I don’t have a clear-coat.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Hi everybody,
    I'm new on the thread & forum and a lot of think to read. I buy the product and want to know how should be the condition of the paint to do good use of the product. I need to clean deep the paint like clay or polish and begin to use the product to work last longer between use of MHCW?

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by JoelD View Post
    Hi everybody,
    I'm new on the thread & forum and a lot of think to read. I buy the product and want to know how should be the condition of the paint to do good use of the product. I need to clean deep the paint like clay or polish and begin to use the product to work last longer between use of MHCW?
    Any protection product will last and perform at its max when the surface is properly prepped. You will have to determine if you need to clay. But with claying you will create marring which will need some sort of polishing step.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j4Gs_4AXhI
    This person shows that the "second step" doesn't work at all. Then basically this product...doesn't work as it claims.

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