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[Canadian Tire] TURTLE WAX HYBRID SOLUTIONS CERAMIC SPRAY COATING $22.89

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TLSRULZ wrote: Can we use these on glass shower doors ??
This product has hydrophobic properties making water bead. You want a hydrophilic treatment for glass in your home.

Hydrophobic is effective on cars because the force of the air around your moving car helps push beading droplets off of it.

On a stationary glass surface, water droplets will cause spotting on your glass. Hydrophilic treatment makes for a better option for home. Look up videos for the two treatment types To help you with your decision.
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May 3, 2010
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Carzilla has great products and I highly recommend. Code "MFRESH" gives you an extra %5 off as well.
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How do these new sprays compare to the old treatments

specifically; i've used NuFinish (polymer/ similar?) and Carnuba wax before.

Thanks, I haven't kept up with auto detailing
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Apr 6, 2007
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Pulled trigger on Carzilla's website for the SnS and Hybrid Wax.

Let's see if it can replace Aero Cosmetics Wax all
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stephroll wrote: This or the Meguiar’s hybrid ceramic detailer spray for $20 At Princess Auto ?.

Never used any of these .
raphidy wrote: Is Turtle Wax much better? I just bought Meguiars HCW for 15$ at PA.
https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/ ... -p8870479e
Matth10 wrote: How’s this compare to the liquid version of Meguiars ceramic wax? Sounds like Turtle ceramic has the Meguiars spray version beat but liquid may be different?
Meguiars Liquid Ceramic Wax
LOL three people all asking nearly the same question, about the three different Meg's products. I bought all three Meg's ones but looks like ppl are saying here the TW is better? I dunno I haven't gotten to use them yet because it became spring and just turned back to winter here :rolleyes: I'm sure once it's time to go back to work it will warm up again :rolleyes:

Anyway sale is over at PA now it looks like so might as well get the TW stuff if you're still looking. Keep in mind there are three different Meg's products--the wax, the spray wax, and the detailer. This one would compete against the spray wax, presumably.
kleung21 wrote: How do these new sprays compare to the old treatments

specifically; i've used NuFinish (polymer/ similar?) and Carnuba wax before.

Thanks, I haven't kept up with auto detailing
Uhh well there's something to be said for "old-skool" stuff like carnauba as it's still used by many people. However NuFinish should not be used on any modern car paint.
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vancityguy0 wrote: This product has hydrophobic properties making water bead. You want a hydrophilic treatment for glass in your home.

Hydrophobic is effective on cars because the force of the air around your moving car helps push beading droplets off of it.

On a stationary glass surface, water droplets will cause spotting on your glass. Hydrophilic treatment makes for a better option for home. Look up videos for the two treatment types To help you with your decision.
Ah thanks... I don't want to OT this thread ... so if you have any suggestions on a hydrophilic treatment shoot me a PM. Thks
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Aug 4, 2005
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Hi
Is it good for cars headlight ?
Ok any thing else.
Thanks
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Jun 21, 2011
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I found this at Walmart in Burnaby BC (lougheed mall location) for $19.97.

on mobile so cant really use stocktrack and such.
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buymore4less wrote: Youtube video shows this is a bit longer lasting than Seal N Shine.
Good price at Carzilla $19.95 but shipping puts it above CT.
There is a referral link for $5 which makes up for shipping
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This stuff goes a long way.
2 quick sprays per panel.
As an aside here are frozen beads on my old Subie after a rain storm followed by cold Calgary May weather a couple of days ago.
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Nov 19, 2004
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I bought the Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Wax from PA, but read that they don't have UV protection, but this TW Hybrid spray does, I already did the foundation layer for Meguiar's, I may add the second and subsequent layer with this TW hybrid
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Nov 25, 2010
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Try watching pan the organizer on YouTube arguably the most indepth detailer. You will see this stuff is the best there is. In one video he compares turtle wax to meguire VS mothers on a hood. Then he compares turtle was sns to this hybrid

Great info!
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shaiedge wrote: Carzilla has great products and I highly recommend. Code "MFRESH" gives you an extra %5 off as well.
Thanks! I bought the black version of the Ceramic spray (been waiting for it to be available in Canada, who knew Carzilla had it?! :)). I also bought the black version of the polish.

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