I started with megs nxt then a month later I put nufinish. Don't let that fool you because car is in garage. Garage really preserves the car and wax. I also have another car in garage with cheap wax that I purchased at big lots for $1. That wax still in the car after 1 year. Its platinum by turtle wax. A detailer told me about the shine but he said it doesn't last. I am surprise when I wash it still beads.Megs polish then Nufinish? Impressive it lasted that long I never get 4 months out of any coating except ceramic.
Wind water fire you don’t win. I heard about ceramic and wonder if they are better. I will use all my wax first before I get ceramic. Just wax it every month and that will protect your paint.I've found wax doesn't last worth a damn if the car sits in the sun for any length of time. I bought some generic 9H ceramic coating it's about 10x cheaper will see how it holds up does anyone else find it ridiculous that said coatings usually cost $100 for a tiny bottle?
A good ceramic coating will last 3 years.Wind water fire you don’t win. I heard about ceramic and wonder if they are better.
Yep but I can't do that in the winter. Best spray on sealant I've used is Turtle Wax Seal N Shine great product. What car wash soap do you like I settled on this stuffI will use all my wax first before I get ceramic. Just wax it every month and that will protect your paint.
Best I have used is water and mitt ,since I won eagle car wash raffle (lol) still using that with ok result. Now I was given turtle ice 1/4 left so I will be using that. I heard they are good. If not for the free stuff just water and mitt.A good ceramic coating will last 3 years.
Yep but I can't do that in the winter. Best spray on sealant I've used is Turtle Wax Seal N Shine great product. What car wash soap do you like I settled on this stuff
I'm spoiled. I have a company called Griots Garage that makes all their own stuff. It's REALLY good too. There's a spray wax I use during the fall season when it rains a lot here and it works wonders. They make everything for detailing. I went to one of their demonstrations since I'm in one of the local car groups and it gets us a 10% discount when I mention the car group at checkout. They have a drying towel that is almost the size of a normal towel you would use when you get out of the shower and that thing sucks up water super quick. The guy just put it on the car and pulled it off and there was nothing left.
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