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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by BillE View Post
    With the introduction of more 'ceramic' products, especially M-27 and ceramic detailer...where and how does HCW play into the picture?

    TIA!

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Thanx for the reply Michael.

    I should have been much more specific in my question...I am referring to Hybrid Ceramic Wax (G190526), the water activated blue spray (the one that smells like blueberry). It's my understanding that it is more of an LSP that 'touch-up' product (that's what I'm using it for and I DO LIKE it).

    Make sense?

    TIA again...

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Hi,

    anyone tried of dilution of HCW with Meguiar x-press D15601? I was having the thought by combining that both will make the HCW less thick and easier to apply and at the same time having the properties of the slickness of D15601

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    What type of durability are people seeing? I'm reading reports of "same as UFF" (which Im not familiar with) to "up to a year" to "better than ULW." Whats one to believe??
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    In early summer last year I applied a Meguiar’s Hi-Tech ‘26’ yellow paste wax foundation on my 2019 Blade Silver C7 Corvette, followed a week later by a coating of Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic wax. For the remaining summer and early fall my Corvette probably received 2-3 more treatments of HCW before it was covered and went into unheated winter storage for the past 6 months here in Ontario, Canada. As we enter into the 2020 driving season I am considering applying a new foundation coat using Meguiar’s ‘Ultimate Liquid Wax’ followed by a coating of HCW, however I am curious as to Meguiar’s recommendations:
    - does a new foundation coating of ‘Ultimate Liquid Wax’ serve any benefits
    - seeing that my C7 already has HCW on its surface, any necessary steps needed prior to applying the ULW
    - is there a recommended number of HCW applications per season (I’m considering applying every 4-6 weeks).

    Helpful hint: Buy a standard 32 oz spray bottle, pour the HCW from the Meguiar’s bottle, add about 2 ounces of water into the Meguiar’s bottle, shake and pour into the 32 oz bottle, shake again. The two ounces of water will dilute the HCW just enough to the eliminate the ‘globing’ effect you may experience with the Meguiar’s spray bottle and the adjustable nozzle on the 32 oz bottle allows for finer droplets when spraying.


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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Question, We have really hard water here in AZ so I usually have to go to the car wash and use the spot-free rinse option to try to keep spots to a min. Can I apply this using the lower spray pressure of the spot free rinse or does it require higher pressure? I thought I saw a post in here saying that one person sprayed their panel down to wet it then wiped this on using a towel that was moistend with the product and then dried afterward? Would that be a better optino for application?

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by IAJack View Post
    Question, We have really hard water here in AZ so I usually have to go to the car wash and use the spot-free rinse option to try to keep spots to a min. Can I apply this using the lower spray pressure of the spot free rinse or does it require higher pressure? I thought I saw a post in here saying that one person sprayed their panel down to wet it then wiped this on using a towel that was moistend with the product and then dried afterward? Would that be a better optino for application?
    I would recommend spraying/spreading Hybrid Ceramic Spray Wax with the high pressure & then using the spot free for final rinse. I don't think the spot free is going to be strong enough. You can always "wax as you dry" but the "wax as your rinse" method is ideal after you have established a base coat. Check out the below link if you have not seen already:

    How to use Meguiar's NEW Hybrid Ceramic Wax!
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Hello,
    I've applied the HCW as per the instructions. HCW works as expected.
    However, I wanted to know if any wax or polish can be applied on top of the HCW for added shine ?
    Thanks

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Hi imacarnut,

    1. We do not claim UVA/UVB protection specifically. It does protect against the sun & provides a sacrificial barrier against elements of the environment, like our other waxes/sealants, but again we do not claim UVA/UVB specifically.

    2. Yes it can build up. This is a good thing.

    3. We have not been advised or noticed any special care required for towels used with Hybrid Ceramic Wax.

    Hope this helps.

    Nick
    Hi Nick, I know you've answered this before but I wanted to ask you to go into a little more detail re: UV protection.

    - Can I take #1 to mean that HCW protects against the visible spectrum and heat of the sun but not UV?
    - If "no" to the above, which of your sealants do?

    Thanks, my car is parked 24/7 outside with no shade so I gotta know.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Well, no product is going to prevent the car paint from getting hot...

    But the general idea is to use the detailing products like polish and wax to keep the paint/clear coat protected and healthy. Then the paint will be able to use its UV inhibitors to keep itself safe.
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