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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit

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    Will this affect the ability of other protection products to bond to the paint if it's not actually stripped, since some hybrid sio2 will be applied via the detailer??
    We would just recommend using another one of our Hybrid Ceramic SiO2 products like the new Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax or Hybrid Ceramic Wax Spray.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit

    Well, I wasn't quite sure what to make of the kit, or what it would be good for, as it leaves protection behind before cleaning. But here's what I ended up doing....

    I washed the car the other week, and used the Hybrid Ceramic Spray (blue bottle) after to top up whatever wax is left. The roads here still have too much new tar on them to bother detailing. But at least mostly clean/shiny.

    This weekend, I had to park under pine trees, and may have to often in the future. So of course there was lots of sap drops and junk on the car. A rain storm came through today, and washed almost all of the junk off the car. Seems like the Hybrid Ceramic did well at protection or preventing bonding.

    So I grabbed the Hybrid Ceramic Detailer and clay (actually used a Speed Master Clay towel this time) and 'clayed' all the horizontal surfaces with the towel and the HCD. Went quite well, and seemed to get all the sap bits and left a nice surface, plus whatever protection in the detailer.

    The only negative I see is that I didnt use a lot, but a bit extra since it was for cleaning, and it left streaking behind. It is the usual kind from these products that will fade in a day or two in the sun or rain... but still not perfect right after use.

    But if I can rinse, clay, and get tree sap off easily, and protect.. I think I am quite happy.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit

    OK, I've used the previous clay kit on my cars to include the windows. Is this kit window safe as well and would a side affect of the Hybrid ceramic on glass be much better water repelling properties than the clay kit with the normal detailing spray as lubricant?

    Next part of my inquiry, the clay bars I got with the previous clay kit, may I use them with the new Hybrid Ceramic Detailer? Or, have the clay bars been updated/changed?

    And a final note: Love the car choice for the bottle.

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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit

    Seems fine on windows, same as UQD or Spray Wax. I had some RainX on mine first, and then some mist from the HCD went on them.. wiped around with no issues. Certainly would be more water repelling than just a QD.

    I wouldnt see any issue using the old clay bars with the HCD. However this kit has a clay sponge, kind of like some of the clay towels/mitts on the market.
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    Re: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by parker23 View Post
    Will this affect the ability of other protection products to bond to the paint if it's not actually stripped, since some hybrid sio2 will be applied via the detailer??
    Yes it will, slightly, but if you are going to follow with our Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax, you are following with like/like, being the Sio2 base, so good to go & no issue.
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