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    Meguiars NXT Spray Wax

    Just discovered this new product, I typically use the NXT paste wax, or Mothers wax. I am generally against spray waxes, but do like the NXT spray detailer quite a bit. I picked up a bottle of this the other day and am amazed.

    It is actually very thick for a spray on product, and does haze like regular wax. I will be using this more frequently and waxing my car using paste wax less frequently. I did the entire car before class today in under 15 minutes. The shine looks great, but I doubt the protection is half as good as a typical paste wax. Give it a try though, this will keep the car looking shiny between waxings and I expect this product to replace the quick detailer I typically use to gloss the car.

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    It shouldnt replace a QD, its just what it says, a spray wax. You should use a QD then the NXT
    Quote Originally Posted by LIV 2 RLY
    Just discovered this new product, I typically use the NXT paste wax, or Mothers wax. I am generally against spray waxes, but do like the NXT spray detailer quite a bit. I picked up a bottle of this the other day and am amazed.

    It is actually very thick for a spray on product, and does haze like regular wax. I will be using this more frequently and waxing my car using paste wax less frequently. I did the entire car before class today in under 15 minutes. The shine looks great, but I doubt the protection is half as good as a typical paste wax. Give it a try though, this will keep the car looking shiny between waxings and I expect this product to replace the quick detailer I typically use to gloss the car.

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    Obsessed

    What OD do you guys use? I have used the NXT QD, and a pink product (I forget the name, it left streaks). I didn't like them much, but did like the regular Meguiar's QD. What is the best one on the market?

    I confess, I am obsessed about having a clean car and probably have close to $150 in deailing products and gadgets to help clean the car.

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    QD- Zaino z6

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    I use Griots speed shine.

    Meguiars NXT QD is kind of streaky sometimes. I hate the Mequiars NXT spray wax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redline927
    QD- Zaino z6
    +1 or Adams Detail Spray

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    z6 was good... but i love my z8 bottle!


    best bottle in the garage

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