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[Amazon.ca] Nu Finish Liquid Car Polish $12.37

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[Amazon.ca] Nu Finish Liquid Car Polish $12.37

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Bought this stuff on clearance at Walmart for $8. Was recommended by Scotty Kilmer to use on your windshield to repel water. Well that was a mistake. At night in the rain, street lights made my view look like disco ball. Haven't tried it on my paint.
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Anyone have any experience with this? I think applying this with the current weather temps should be good right (ie. Not too hot)?
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jumperson22 wrote: Anyone have any experience with this? I think applying this with the current weather temps should be good right (ie. Not too hot)?
I have lots of experience with this. Be careful not to get on any plastic black trim as it's like permanent there and will show white. Other than that, you can certainly use in the current cooler temperatures. Good luck!
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The formula has changed. Originally this was made by Reed-Union Corporation and would work like a once a year sealant. In 2018 or so Energizer acquired Nu Finish and the product hasn't been the same since. It doesn't last nearly as long now.
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how is this nu compared to meguiars?
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Squeeky wrote: Bought this stuff on clearance at Walmart for $8. Was recommended by Scotty Kilmer to use on your windshield to repel water. Well that was a mistake. At night in the rain, street lights made my view look like disco ball. Haven't tried it on my paint.

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I like meguiars ultimate liquid wax. Durability for me is 2-3 months on a car parked outside all the time. My plan this winter is to apply meguiars ULW some time in the next few weeks and boost it with meguiars quik wax or Turtle wax spray wax/coating once every month or so.

I doubt nu-finish can make it much longer than that but I hope to be proven wrong. Always looking for that next miracle product.

Btw, the turtle wax seal and shine or hybrid ceramic sprays are in this realm of products (price, shine, performance) but are significantly easier to apply and wont stain trim. Those are worth considering.
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Squeeky wrote: Bought this stuff on clearance at Walmart for $8. Was recommended by Scotty Kilmer to use on your windshield to repel water. Well that was a mistake. At night in the rain, street lights made my view look like disco ball. Haven't tried it on my paint.
Yeah i've tried a bunch of different waxes and polishes. All cause that to happen. I had a big plan to use the waxes so my car wouldnt have water condensed on the windshield in the morning. That was a big big mistake!
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Pr0metheus wrote: I have lots of experience with this. Be careful not to get on any plastic black trim as it's like permanent there and will show white. Other than that, you can certainly use in the current cooler temperatures. Good luck!
I've used it too, I agree, make sure not to get it on the plastic black trim. If you do, wipe it off ASAP. I still use it once a year or so but agree, it isn't the same formula as before, maybe twice a year, but it still works well.
I was at Walmart the other night and it's the same price there.

I haven't used the paste but I have used the liquid.

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NuFinish used to be my go to polish but it's too hard to remove if you leave it on too long. And as mentioned, don't get it on the black trim. Now I only use Turtle Wax Ice Seal and Shine, this stuff is great.
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I use to use paste wax and Jet seal a lot. Now a days I use synthetic paste wax 1-2 a year and use Turtle wax Seal and Shine whenever I wash my car. Seal and shine lasts many months and I love the product.

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