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What’s everyone using for wax these days?  It’s been a while since I waxed a car, so my knowledge is likely out of date.  It’s next on the list after the pinion seal and alternator belt.


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Gavin H. Otsego

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I use Meguirs products. Their ultimate product line is their consumer grade products. Easy on and easy off. No need to allow the product to haze over. Once around the car to apply and once around to remove. I can do my truck in well under an hour. Most of the companies, Mothers, Meguirs, etc all have the same type of product, it is a pretty competitive market. Just make sure you don't apply any of the products in direct sun.



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Jon H.  Lino Lakes


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Like Jon, I use Meguiar’s Ultimate Quik Wax. Easy on, easy off. I first tried Wizard's product, but I found it left a haze to streaks. On my truck and other cars, I have clayed them first. They really turned out nice.



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Meguiar's... (now a 3M company).
Use their wax products, but Wizard's "Black Renew" for plastic & trim parts (doesn't necessarily need to be black). "Black Renew" is kinda like Armor All on steroids.



John D. - St. Louis Park, MN.

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