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    Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep



    M122 is versatile tool used throughout the paint correction process, as well as before applying coatings or touch-up paint. This unique formula allows for efficient & true results, without unnecessary risk of swelling or staining paint.



    • Developed to remove residue from compound, polish, or oils, leaving a bare finish for maximum adhesion for ceramic coatings or touch-up paint
    • Excellent as inspection spray to check work during compounding & polishing
    • Unique formula will NOT swell or stain paint
    • Unique cleaning package removes the need for heavy solvents


    Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep
    Product Number: M12201 (1 Gallon), M20122 (Secondary Bottle)
    MSRP:
    • M12201 Gallon $39.99 US
    • M20122 Secondary Bottle $3.40 US
    • M12206 6 Oz Spray (Not Sold Separately, Included in Meguiar's M78802 Deep Crystal Ceramic Coating Kit)



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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    Is this an updated version of D114 for use as a panel wipe?
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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    Quote Originally Posted by smack View Post
    Is this an updated version of D114 for use as a panel wipe?
    No, completely different than D114 Rinse Free X-Press Wash. Yes this would be in the category of a "panel wipe."
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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    No, completely different than D114 Rinse Free X-Press Wash. Yes this would be in the category of a "panel wipe."
    Dang, Bring back D114! Have just over 1/4 bottle left. Cant imagine going without it.

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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    At a good price as well for a gallon. Attractive to those that offer coatings.

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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    From consumer to professional, I believe we have a true "shut up and take my money" situation happening here.

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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    So from the dummy who's still trying to learn, what are you guys talking about when you say a "panel wipe"?

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    Re: Meguiar's M122 Surface Prep

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    At a good price as well for a gallon. Attractive to those that offer coatings.
    I am personally really digging this one & already now use it to assist in wipe off of compounds & polishes during almost every paint correction, in addition to preparing for coating install.

    Quote Originally Posted by drumdan View Post
    From consumer to professional, I believe we have a true "shut up and take my money" situation happening here.
    Yeeee Haww!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by bowlerr View Post
    So from the dummy who's still trying to learn, what are you guys talking about when you say a "panel wipe"?
    bowlerr, this can be used to assist in removing compound & polish residue, to inspect true finish of paint or just help with wipe off, especially when performing a higher end paint correction or coating install. It is also used directly prior to installing a ceramic coating to remove any oils that would interfere with the coating adhering properly.
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