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    considering multi step process vs cleaner wax

    I have been using this Meguiar's product almost since I started driving. (ages ago) and it is widely sold today. NEVER see any advertising/promotion on it. I think it is a GREAT product and I use it on all 3 of my cars. "Meguiar's Cleaner Wax" Clean/polish/wax in 1 step. Do a car in a couple hours. Maybe twice a year. Am I crazy/lazy? OK, now I am considering doing the claybar, DA compound, polish, wax, sealer thing. Probably 2 days instead of 2 hours. Sure, the results is going to be better. But 2 hours vs. 2 days! When it stops raining, gonna try it on my black Jag S-Type. or maybe on my Titanium grey Miata Mazdaspeed. Both 9.5/10 paint. Stay tuned....

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    Re: considering multi step process vs cleaner wax

    Sounds good! Looking forward to hearing/seeing how it goes. Welcome to Meguiar's Online! Feel free to contact me with any questions. Also, I have moved your post into your own thread.
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