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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Cranston37 View Post

    1) My process the last few years has been applying the 3-in-1 Wax followed by a layer of Ultimate Fast Finish. If I still wanted to start with the 3-in-1 (I don't want to lose the cleaning and correcting abilities) what would be better as a LSP, Ultimate Fast Finish or switching to the Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax?
    I just read in the Meguiar's facebook group this exact question. The Meguiar's rep said using HCLW over 3-in-1 is perfectly fine. Longevity would be affected a bit.

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    2) For maintenance I have always used Ultimate Quick Detailer and Ultimate Quik Wax. If I were to switch to having my LSP be Hybrid Ceramic, would I still use the UQD and UQW, or would I want to switch to Ceramic Detailer?
    You can still use those two products. It is going to be personal preference. Or you can interchange them every so often.

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    3) For maintenance, do you use both the Hybrid Ceramic Detailer and Hybrid Ceramic Wax sprays like you do UQD and UQW, or just one of the 2?
    I posted this video before in another thread. Pretty much covers this question.


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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Thanks, Guz!

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    I picked up a bottle of this. From my initial impression the application is really nice and the wipe off is easy. If one has experience wiping off ultimate wax then this is just as easy. It is slick and it is just a hint behind ULW. Also in terms of paint darkening ULW does more. Review pending.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    I picked up a bottle of this. From my initial impression the application is really nice and the wipe off is easy. If one has experience wiping off ultimate wax then this is just as easy. It is slick and it is just a hint behind ULW. Also in terms of paint darkening ULW does more. Review pending.
    Thanks for sharing Guz. Looking forward to review.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Used this product for the first time last night. Brand new Honda Accord that was fresh off the truck at the dealer. Never washed before I washed it last night, I've never felt or seen paint like this. Product went on and came back off with ease. Just curious how durability will be but its hard to know since I use a QW when drying. I tried to keep it off the plastic/rubber since I couldnt find on the bottle where it said if its ok for such surfaces. It does say its ok for plastic but I took that to mean head lights n such.

    I've never had good luck with ultimate wax, always smeared and made dark splotches on the paint. Ill have to try this new ceramic wax on a vehicle that isnt pristine to see how it performs on everyday paint.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    not sure if this was asked but i went through the pages and didnt see it.

    So im about to finish my full detail:
    i clayed, Ultimate compound, ultimate polish and applied blackfire sealant. i did not apply my Ultimate Liquid Wax yet and was wondering :

    Can I applied the Ultimate Liquid Wax and then the Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax? Is the Ultimate Liquid Wax not needed or with the combination of both add to the protection of the vehicle?


    My process always been Clay, Ultimate Compound, Ultimate Polish and finish it off with Ultimate Liquid Wax. Do it maybe 2-3 times a year with weekly washes. I noticed this new ceramic technology and seeing if i want to try it out.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Davy27 View Post
    not sure if this was asked but i went through the pages and didnt see it.

    So im about to finish my full detail:
    i clayed, Ultimate compound, ultimate polish and applied blackfire sealant. i did not apply my Ultimate Liquid Wax yet and was wondering :

    Can I applied the Ultimate Liquid Wax and then the Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax? Is the Ultimate Liquid Wax not needed or with the combination of both add to the protection of the vehicle?


    My process always been Clay, Ultimate Compound, Ultimate Polish and finish it off with Ultimate Liquid Wax. Do it maybe 2-3 times a year with weekly washes. I noticed this new ceramic technology and seeing if i want to try it out.

    Cheers!
    Ultimate Wax is actually a sealant so you don't need to use it if you already applied blackfire. You can use the hybrid ceramic liquid wax as a stand alone.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Ah...thanks!

    I may play around wit it. Its sunny here so i may apply a layer of the liquid wax and apply the ceramic in my indoor garage tomorrow when
    its suppose 2 rain
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    What would be the correct steps after a paint correction? I was going to do an IPA wipe down then M27 sealant followed by HCLW on top? What would be the approximate longevity of the products layered together?

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Chief_ST View Post
    What would be the correct steps after a paint correction? I was going to do an IPA wipe down then M27 sealant followed by HCLW on top? What would be the approximate longevity of the products layered together?
    You would be fine with just M27. From my testing it leaves a better gloss and darkening effect compared to HCLW. Similar to the look of UW.

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