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[Walmart] Turtle wax Hybrid Ceramic Spray $14.97

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TruE SkiLLS wrote: After wash, don't need wax if you use this.
nice...after spray..wait for how long before wipe?
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Walmart is showing it at $131
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kiasu wrote: how to do? just to spray and don't need to rub ?
Clean your vehicle, let it dry, spray 2 sprays per panel, and wipe off with a microfiber towel. No buffing required. Wait about 24 hours later, do another application.

Stuff is amazing. Can spray it on everything, glass, paint, wheels, plastic....
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kiasu wrote: nice...after spray..wait for how long before wipe?
Can wipe it immediately... Has a good smell to it also, which is a bit of a perk. haha
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rtookey wrote:
Clean your vehicle, let it dry, spray 2 sprays per panel, and wipe off with a microfiber towel. No buffing required. Wait about 24 hours later, do another application.

Stuff is amazing. Can spray it on everything, glass, paint, wheels, plastic....
rtookey wrote: Can wipe it immediately... Has a good smell to it also, which is a bit of a perk. haha
thank you...got my new car..gonna try this...bought 2 bottles online too..

mine is SUV..wondering if a bottle is enough to spray the whole car?
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Anikiri wrote: Guys, this stuff is just spray and wipe. There's nothing else to it. You don't need to wax the car, this IS the "wax" for the car.

Do this:
1. Wash car
2. Claybar
3. Wash again
4. Apply this stuff
5. Apply this stuff again after 24 hours

You'll get at least 6 months of brand new off-the-lot car shine. Yeah it's expensive.
any proper link how to do claybar? and which claybar would u recommend?
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kiasu wrote: any proper link how to do claybar? and which claybar would u recommend?
any claybar is fine. Get one from Amazon. Just wet the claybar and run it around the paint lightly. don't apply much pressure. You can youtube it. Make sure the claybar stays wet with a soapy solution or claybar solution
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kiasu wrote: thank you...got my new car..gonna try this...bought 2 bottles online too..

mine is SUV..wondering if a bottle is enough to spray the whole car?
If you're using the entire spray for 1 use... you're doing something wrong. You really want to only hit each panel with like 2-3 spray max.
You spray, then wipe to distribute on the panel, then wait a few minutes to buff with new cloth.

Do this once initially... then maybe a month later or w/e when you re-wash car, do another layer. Then right before winter hits, wash and put another layer.
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zobi123 wrote: Ceramic is better. Confirmed from the creators of the product.

Isn't that the older formula? From many use case scenarios/reviews, lots of people saying they perform at VERY similar levels.
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Funny I was just looking at this stuff late last night. Works out bought the last online bottle.

EDIT: Cancelled just gonna go into my store tonight.
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I used this for my spring detail. Absolute game changer. You don't want to use too much of the product because it'll streak. Less is more with these kinds of products (usually the case with detailing products anyway).
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TruE SkiLLS wrote: If you're using the entire spray for 1 use... you're doing something wrong. You really want to only hit each panel with like 2-3 spray max.
You spray, then wipe to distribute on the panel, then wait a few minutes to buff with new cloth.

Do this once initially... then maybe a month later or w/e when you re-wash car, do another layer. Then right before winter hits, wash and put another layer.
LOL...my bad...noob here...thankx for your info..
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Anikiri wrote: any claybar is fine. Get one from Amazon. Just wet the claybar and run it around the paint lightly. don't apply much pressure. You can youtube it. Make sure the claybar stays wet with a soapy solution or claybar solution
what does the claybar do? what happen if I skip that step?
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kiasu wrote: what does the claybar do? what happen if I skip that step?
Claybars remove most, if not all, of the debris you accumulate from driving that get stuck in your paint... that a wash cannot remove.

If you don't remove it, and you buff the car, you can create paint streaks by moving these debris around the clearcoat.

You don't *have* to claybar, but any professional detail will include a claybar. If you're going to spent 20 bucks applying this stuff, you should go the extra mile.
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kiasu wrote: what does the claybar do? what happen if I skip that step?
Then your paint won't feel smooth. The coatings you'll apply will stick to the embedded particles instead of the paint. Honestly, to me, I'd feel it's a wasted effort if you don't clay and just applied a coating or wax after you wash.

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