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    What wax or glaze is the best at filling?

    Daily driver, dogs, tip runs, kids - I'm chasing my tail with scratches, if i polished all the time Id have no clearcoat left.
    So, After trying Meguirs Ultimate polish (its a glaze), and seeing it hides pretty much everything, is there something that beats them all?

    This even beat SRP in my side by side test. My LSP is Sonax Exteme wax 1 sealant and it gives such a nice shine but it adds no filling, maybe a meguirs wax on top wll fill further?

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    Re: What wax or glaze is the best at filling?

    Meguiars doesnt usually shoot for waxes hiding things. Maybe a polish like #7 would hide a bit more..
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    Re: What wax or glaze is the best at filling?

    Waxes will naturally fill to a certain extent but as Murr mentioned, nothing really designed to intentionally fill, especially for more moderate/heavy category defects like physical contact scratches. I suppose some of our waxes can naturally fill more than others, you might give NXT Tech Wax 2.0 a try, part number G12718.
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    Re: What wax or glaze is the best at filling?

    Yup, the NXT Tech Wax did it for me as well. I'd gladly recommend it.

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    Re: What wax or glaze is the best at filling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Waxes will naturally fill to a certain extent but as Murr mentioned, nothing really designed to intentionally fill, especially for more moderate/heavy category defects like physical contact scratches. I suppose some of our waxes can naturally fill more than others, you might give NXT Tech Wax 2.0 a try, part number G12718.
    I think they shoul dconsider it for the consumer line... afterall we have gloss enhancement, filling would be good aswell with some polymer or ceramic youre onto a daily driver winner

    i notice, and i dont do this or recommend, but if you put the meguirs tyre stuff on a scratch it completely dissappears.

    If you could make that safe for paint, and durable, youd have a top selling product for the weekend warrior

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