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Old 05-14-2013, 02:03 PM   #11
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Just went into garage to get the name on bottle. It's Meguiars nxt generation "TECH WAX". It's a liquid wax with synthetic polymer formula. I used it on my Harleys because it leaves no white dust residue. I also have the quick spray stuff you're talking about. This is the wax version. I tried it on the TT and it is easy to work with. I was just wondering if anybody else has used it on there RV.http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotiv...ech-waxreg-20/

I have used the Meguiars wax as well and found it to be quite good. For a fraction of the cost, I now use Nufinish with equal results. The only issue with Nufinish is that it is very hard to remove from plastic or rubber surfaces.
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I've had good results with Meguires liquid wax for boats once a year and ProtectAll in between,great stuff.
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:24 PM   #13
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Waxing is alot of work but she looks sooooo good when you're done.
sure does, here is the after pict`s and it is really smooth. I should pick up at least 2MPG lol
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:24 PM   #14
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I have used the Meguiars wax as well and found it to be quite good. For a fraction of the cost, I now use Nufinish with equal results. The only issue with Nufinish is that it is very hard to remove from plastic or rubber surfaces.
Have you tried the Tech Wax? It comes right off plastic and rubber. I just got done waxing the side and back. I spoke to a Mcguires rep today and he said this stuff holds up longer due to the synthetic polymer in it. What I love best about it is that it leaves absolutly no dust or white spots.
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sure does, here is the after pict`s and it is really smooth. I should pick up at least 2MPG lol
I just love the way a shiny TT looks, great job
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Have you tried the Tech Wax? It comes right off plastic and rubber. I just got done waxing the side and back. I spoke to a Mcguires rep today and he said this stuff holds up longer due to the synthetic polymer in it. What I love best about it is that it leaves absolutely no dust or white spots.
That is what I used and it is great stuff. It just costs 3-4 times that of Nufinish, with not the corresponding increase in quality. I do like the fact that it doesn't stain rubber and/or plastic.
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