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[Princess Auto] Up to 25% off Meguiar's products - Gold Class Car Wash ($13.49), Water Magnet Drying Towel ($11.24), etc.

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[Princess Auto] Up to 25% off Meguiar's products - Gold Class Car Wash ($13.49), Water Magnet Drying Towel ($11.24), etc.

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how aggressive is the scratch X 2.0?
a bike crashed into the side of my truck, and left a nice long scratch.
looks like maybe only the clearcoat, so im going to to this :



fast forward to 3:30
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Thanks OP will probably pick up some Gold Class wash... Too bad they don't have Ultimate Paste Wax though :(
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balou911 wrote:
Jun 16th, 2018 8:17 am
how aggressive is the scratch X 2.0?
a bike crashed into the side of my truck, and left a nice long scratch.
looks like maybe only the clearcoat, so im going to to this :



fast forward to 3:30
Exactly, it just for basically surface scratches
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To bad they don't have Keep Clear Headlight treatment... I'm looking to try that.
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If you’re talking about the headlight UV protectant cream, I personally didn’t find it to work that strong when applying it after every monthly wash. Probably just as good to use 303 protectant or a quick wax spray if you already use those.
gr8dlr wrote:
Jun 17th, 2018 12:05 pm
To bad they don't have Keep Clear Headlight treatment... I'm looking to try that.
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Planning on doing a full detail of my car and I find meguiars products to be pretty good and cost efficient. It's too bad they don't have the compound and polish. Really needed those to get rid of swirl marks and clear coat scratches.

I'll probabaly pick up gold class car wash though as I seem to be running pretty low.
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Bought the Quik Mist & Wipe Interior Detailer and it seems kinda useless, doesn't look any different than if cleaned with water.
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I recommend getting the water magnet. That towel really soaks up water, like it really surprised me
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gr8dlr wrote:
Jun 17th, 2018 12:05 pm
To bad they don't have Keep Clear Headlight treatment... I'm looking to try that.
Have you tried toothpaste?
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when u clean rims can i just use regular car wash soap or do u need rim cleaner spray? thx pros and cons
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McLaren__F1 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2018 6:48 pm
@Matrixvibe wash my car too please with those products :twisted:
But I will charge you for 20 cans of brake cleaner.
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Westbeachbc wrote:
Jun 17th, 2018 12:33 pm
If you’re talking about the headlight UV protectant cream, I personally didn’t find it to work that strong when applying it after every monthly wash. Probably just as good to use 303 protectant or a quick wax spray if you already use those.
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I've used the Meguiar's UV protectant too, it'll help but not ideal. Probably last one more month (when compared to just using plastX) before requiring a polish with Meguiar's plastX again.
mikka2017 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2018 9:29 pm
when u clean rims can i just use regular car wash soap or do u need rim cleaner spray? thx pros and cons
#cheapingout
Used to just use car soap many years ago... but nothing breaks down the brake dust and gunk like a proper wheel cleaning product.
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DannyH17 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2018 2:14 pm
It's too bad they don't have the compound and polish. Really needed those to get rid of swirl marks and clear coat scratches.
Would a Turtle Wax Polishing Compound or Rubbing Compound (harsher of the two) do the trick?

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