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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

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    Also, we have never claimed Ultimate Liquid or Paste Wax to have the potential to last a year.
    Meant Ultimate Fast Finish.

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    To answer your question regarding why not make a car wash soap with this, I am not involved in all the details regarding why we choose a particular format or not, so tough to answer. I am happy to pass along your feedback though.
    The Ultimate Wash has some wax in it already so if your chemists can kick it up a notch by using the ceramic type with the properties mentioned previously, THAT would be the ultimate. If you need my address for sending the royalty checks for coming up with the idea, let me know.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Since the application of this is 'wet on wet' can you still use something like D156 Xpress Spray Wax as a drying aid? Will it interfere with either product?

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    I have found with many of these water activated SiO2 products you can spray it onto your wet wash mit and apply more evenly, then rinse. I normally do one panel at a time to minimize streaking.

    Meguires Hybrid Ceramic Wax is supposed to be able to be applied over wax. If you try this with other brands they will streak and not bond well.

    Is there really wax in this product or is that word just used for marketing? Like NXT Wax.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Any idea what the temperature range is. More interested in the low side. If temps get up to 40 in the winter I will get out and hand wash when I can (regardless of the looks I get by passer by lol). Could this be applied in those temps?
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Great new products for the 2019 line! I can't wait to give this a try! #kickingsomebuttin2019

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by lopezi View Post
    Since the application of this is 'wet on wet' can you still use something like D156 Xpress Spray Wax as a drying aid? Will it interfere with either product?
    To get the maximum effect of the Hybrid Ceramic Wax, I would not recommend using a drying aid in addition to an application of this product, at least, in the same wash. For example, if you apply Hybrid Ceramic Wax, rinse, & then dry the car w/ the assistance of a different drying aid, you will see the water beading from your drying aid at first, and not from HCW. And don't worry, after using HCW, the car should be super easy to dry. I would also recommend checking out the below article if you have not seen it yet:

    How to use Meguiar's NEW Hybrid Ceramic Wax!

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    I have found with many of these water activated SiO2 products you can spray it onto your wet wash mit and apply more evenly, then rinse. I normally do one panel at a time to minimize streaking.

    Meguires Hybrid Ceramic Wax is supposed to be able to be applied over wax. If you try this with other brands they will streak and not bond well.

    Is there really wax in this product or is that word just used for marketing? Like NXT Wax.
    Our's tends to like to have a base coat of wax/sealant to bond to. There is no actual natural carnauba wax in our Hybrid Ceramic Wax, it's a polymer/si02 blend.

    Quote Originally Posted by exploreco View Post
    Any idea what the temperature range is. More interested in the low side. If temps get up to 40 in the winter I will get out and hand wash when I can (regardless of the looks I get by passer by lol). Could this be applied in those temps?
    55 degrees Fahrenheit is our minimum recommendation for application of our products, but if anything, low temps are not going to hurt anything.
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