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[Walmart] Turtle wax Hybrid Ceramic Spray $14.97

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jaigandhi5 wrote: Walmart doesn't carry the newly improved Seal N Shine btw. 50984 is the part number for the improved formula.

I would recommend Ceramic and then top it with Seal N Shine. If you check youtube you will find lots of comparisons.
This. I haven't used the new SnS so I can only comment on the old formula. I think that the Ceramic is glossier and a hint easier to use. It also smells better! for $15 it was an easy choice for me.
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jaigandhi5 wrote: Walmart doesn't carry the newly improved Seal N Shine btw. 50984 is the part number for the improved formula.

I would recommend Ceramic and then top it with Seal N Shine. If you check youtube you will find lots of comparisons.
Does using both actually do anything extra?
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Infiverse wrote: Does using both actually do anything extra?
I'm not an expert, but I wouldn't layer it at the same time. My thinking is a ceramic coat mid-summer, then seal and shine in fall to protect from winter grime. Similar to how you would protect a ceramic coated car.
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I applied this Turtlewax Ceramic Hybrid Spray to my black SUV and I was extremely impressed! So little effort compared to applying wax and the results are much better than any wax I have ever used. I got a mirror finish and water just rolls right off to keep it that way. I applied it to a fairly large SUV and it took between 15-20 sprays to do the job. At this rate, this bottle will last me years. Well worth the $20 I paid for it.
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Need some advice on what should the order of operations be on a brand new vehicle. I'll be picking up a 2021 Sting Grey Jeep Wrangler Rubicon as soon as it arrives from the factory. Is there factory waxes I should remove before going at it with ceramic spray ?

I appreciate any guidance.
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TylerJDuc wrote: Need some advice on what should the order of operations be on a brand new vehicle. I'll be picking up a 2021 Sting Grey Jeep Wrangler Rubicon as soon as it arrives from the factory. Is there factory waxes I should remove before going at it with ceramic spray ?

I appreciate any guidance.
There's no such thing as factory waxes. Give it a good wash and then use whatever product you have to protect the paint.
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bajemail wrote: Thanks @sneek. Walmart also has TW SEAL 'N SHINE. Which one is better, Ceramic Spray or SEAL 'N SHINE?
I use SnS on my wife's car and spray coating on my car and I can't tell the difference. Keep in mind SnS doesn't require the 24hr cure time that the spray coating requires so I find when I reach for a bottle to do a quick touch up it's always SnS. Not sure if the new formula SnS requires cure time though.
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TylerJDuc wrote: Need some advice on what should the order of operations be on a brand new vehicle. I'll be picking up a 2021 Sting Grey Jeep Wrangler Rubicon as soon as it arrives from the factory. Is there factory waxes I should remove before going at it with ceramic spray ?

I appreciate any guidance.
New car or old car same routine that has been tried tested and true. Wash, clay bar, polish, seal and wax.
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kev604 wrote: New car or old car same routine that has been tried tested and true. Wash, clay bar, polish, seal and wax.
I can't clay bar my 48 year old original paint on my GMC. The paint is weathered and thin to the point of factory primer showing through in areas. The clay process was leaving residue even though I was using detailer as a lubricant. I did a paint clean followed by a polish with Maguires products. I followed with Maguires synthetic paste wax and then the TW ceramic coating. I did the glass with the TW too. Drove through a heavy downpour last week and didn't even have to turn the wipers on. https://s296.photobucket.com/user/shane ... 1.jpg.html
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Anyone able to grab anymore in edmonton? Seems to be OOS everywhere
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i paid full price at CT 26,99$ , been sold out for months and i was tired of looking to save 5$

i used it with mothers Clay bar kit ( Autoglym was the same price for half the bar , so screw it )
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Lechero wrote: i paid full price at CT 26,99$ , been sold out for months and i was tired of looking to save 5$
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i think they are restocking in some locations check stock track? restocks 6 at a time?
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a the time , i only saw it at walmart at 20$ , and there was only one bottle left that seems that half leaked out ...
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PM'd at Canadian Tire without any hassle, in case WM increases price when restocked.

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