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Nu Finish Liquid Car Polish $12.37

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zobi123 wrote: Apparently it still works quite well.
It does. I still have it but for that price, rather pay more for the ceramic stuff. I got the hybrid solutions and it's easier to apply and seems to work better.
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jon604 wrote: It does. I still have it but for that price, rather pay more for the ceramic stuff. I got the hybrid solutions and it's easier to apply and seems to work better.
Don’t you have to use something like this to polish first before the ceramic coating ?
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jon604 wrote: It does. I still have it but for that price, rather pay more for the ceramic stuff. I got the hybrid solutions and it's easier to apply and seems to work better.
Does it last as long though? Nu finish seems to last 6 months which is pretty good.
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Used Nu-finish for years. Easy to apply and durable. I have made the switch to Seal n Shine. Main upside other than a breeze to apply is the increased gloss. Under $15 at Walmart.
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I still have around 6 bottles of these from XS Cargo. Easy to use but don't expect a fancy shine. It's more of a durable protectant.
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Psst. Works well in the shower on the tiles (verticals). Water just beads off the wall.
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2flags wrote: Psst. Works well in the shower on the tiles (verticals). Water just beads off the wall.
How about for glass?
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2flags wrote: Psst. Works well in the shower on the tiles (verticals). Water just beads off the wall.
I hear it also works on windshields to make them smoother so wipers just glide without noise.
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ShinNoodles wrote: How about for glass?
I would use Aquapel instead. Rain X if you must but I much more prefer Aquapel. That's my experience based on car windshields.
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2flags wrote: I would use Aquapel instead. Rain X if you must but I much more prefer Aquapel. That's my experience based on car windshields.
Where can you buy it?
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Prof wrote: Used Nu-finish for years. Easy to apply and durable. I have made the switch to Seal n Shine. Main upside other than a breeze to apply is the increased gloss. Under $15 at Walmart.
Nice video on the product, seems like a really solid product.
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Spray wax is the way to go these days, much more advanced technology and takes 10 mins to apply.
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zobi123 wrote: Nice video on the product, seems like a really solid product.
That looks newer than any car I've seen at the dealer. Just looked up some prices online, can get a business to wash, clay, polish and wax a regular size car for about $250.
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OutOfSt0ck wrote: That looks newer than any car I've seen at the dealer. Just looked up some prices online, can get a business to wash, clay, polish and wax a regular size car for about $250.
Definitely a very profitable business once its up and running.
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This post seems to be selling the Turtle Wax more so than the Nu Finish...I've used Nu Finish for many years but it stains my trim...has anyone else tried the Turtle Seal N Shine?
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jonnieg wrote: This post seems to be selling the Turtle Wax more so than the Nu Finish...I've used Nu Finish for many years but it stains my trim...has anyone else tried the Turtle Seal N Shine?
I'm using Seal n Shine too. Seems to be holding up well after my spring application. So easy to apply
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