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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    Just had my first go with this over the weekend. Color me impressed! My black paint came out great! Was quite busy on Saturday and left it as my LSP. Will be keeping and eye on its durability.
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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by smack View Post
    Just had my first go with this over the weekend. Color me impressed! My black paint came out great! Was quite busy on Saturday and left it as my LSP. Will be keeping and eye on its durability.
    Great to hear! Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    I asked in December for a comparison of 3 in 1 Wax to Mirror Bright Polishing Wax. Other than 3 in 1 "being the latest and greatest" (Not being at all sarcastic.) is there really any reason to switch over to 3 in 1 from the Polishing Wax? I can get the Polishing Wax darn cheap ordering through Walmart. Durability is a major issue for me. Whatever product I choose will be used on two white Tacoma trucks...both daily drivers but garaged every night as well as a large part of the day. By the way, I am a Meg's "fan boy". Been using their products almost exclusively since 1970.

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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by tguil View Post
    I asked in December for a comparison of 3 in 1 Wax to Mirror Bright Polishing Wax. Other than 3 in 1 "being the latest and greatest" (Not being at all sarcastic.) is there really any reason to switch over to 3 in 1 from the Polishing Wax? I can get the Polishing Wax darn cheap ordering through Walmart. Durability is a major issue for me. Whatever product I choose will be used on two white Tacoma trucks...both daily drivers but garaged every night as well as a large part of the day. By the way, I am a Meg's "fan boy". Been using their products almost exclusively since 1970.
    They are actually pretty similar tguil. 3 in 1 Wax will be a bit easier to apply & remove with more cleaning ability. Durability will be similar.
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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    As I heard that black wax will be discontiuned I would like to ask you about comparison 3in1 vs back wax. Because I am very satisfy with black wax. What is difference regarding cutting ability, containing of polishing olis and durability?

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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by kuko View Post
    As I heard that black wax will be discontiuned I would like to ask you about comparison 3in1 vs back wax. Because I am very satisfy with black wax. What is difference regarding cutting ability, containing of polishing olis and durability?
    Similar cutting ability, similar polishing oils, more durability, a great alternative.
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    I tried the 3 in 1 wax a couple of weeks ago with a da polisher and an orange soft cut pad. I did it on my sister's new, but pretty swirly, Kia Stonic. It turned out great. Most of the swirls were corrected on the heavier defects I used a little UC before the 3in1. The car look as good as new again.
    It's going to be interesting to see how the protection holds up against a swedish winter.

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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Thestroyer View Post
    I tried the 3 in 1 wax a couple of weeks ago with a da polisher and an orange soft cut pad. I did it on my sister's new, but pretty swirly, Kia Stonic. It turned out great. Most of the swirls were corrected on the heavier defects I used a little UC before the 3in1. The car look as good as new again.
    It's going to be interesting to see how the protection holds up against a swedish winter.
    Happy to hear! Thanks for sharing. You might consider topping with our Hybrid Ceramic Wax (Spray) or Ultimate Quik Wax for extra longevity. Maintenance, like weekly washing, is crucial for optimum performance & durability of any protection product.
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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    I have a question.. I used this product for the first time yesterday on my wife's '17 Hyundai Sante Fe. It black with some metallic flake in the paint and has micro marring and swirls EVERYWHERE. It was able to get a decent majority out, but I noticed there were a few spots where it seems almost impossible to buff off. Almost like a small shadow was left. So I re apply the product over it to wipe it off again? Or just try to throw more elbow grease at it?

    (I'm really new at the "detailing" thing and am trying to test out to see which products I like. I also did it by hand, because I haven't practiced with my DA yet)

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    Re: Meguiar's 3 in 1 Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by ocoert View Post
    I have a question.. I used this product for the first time yesterday on my wife's '17 Hyundai Sante Fe. It black with some metallic flake in the paint and has micro marring and swirls EVERYWHERE. It was able to get a decent majority out, but I noticed there were a few spots where it seems almost impossible to buff off. Almost like a small shadow was left. So I re apply the product over it to wipe it off again? Or just try to throw more elbow grease at it?

    (I'm really new at the "detailing" thing and am trying to test out to see which products I like. I also did it by hand, because I haven't practiced with my DA yet)
    Sure, a little re-application in those spots should be good, and then remove. Or maybe some Quick Detailer or a spray wax. Better than rubbing harder.

    Or if you were going to apply a coat of regular wax after, could just do that.
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