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Old 02-05-2010, 09:43 PM   #1
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Anyone use Meguiar's NXT 2.0 Paste wax?

Just bought a can today of Meguiar's NXT 2.0 Paste Wax. Just wondering if any other TW members have any experience with this product. Thanks.
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Old 02-05-2010, 10:50 PM   #2
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NXT is a great sealant with a shine similar to a Carnuba. I use the liquid, but the paste you have is more durable. Hit that Taco with a Clay Bar after washing and drying, then the NXT. Good Choice.
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I have but in my personal opinion was not satisfied much
I use a hi speed buffer and use meguair's high tech yellow wax 26, though you have to be extremely careful using a high speed buffer because you can burn the paint
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Its not a bad over the counter wax. From what I've seen, most people are happy with it.
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Its not a bad over the counter wax. From what I've seen, most people are happy with it.
yeah you are right, it is a good product, I don't doubt it, I just like to go all out when waxing my truck, its just me
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yeah you are right, it is a good product, I don't doubt it, I just like to go all out when waxing my truck, its just me
I agree! After all, I did own a big detail biz/online store up until 2 months ago when I sold it
I'm looking forward to the first full detail I do on the truck when I get it back to NJ
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I used it and im satisfied of the product
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Just bought a can today of Meguiar's NXT 2.0 Paste Wax. Just wondering if any other TW members have any experience with this product. Thanks.
Yes good stuff... Click

Like TacoBoss I found meguair's high tech yellow wax 26 even better After a Coat of #26 the truck has a very deep shine, and feels smoother than the NXT although the NXT was easier to remove.. I did this by hand as I dont have a buffer
Yellow #26
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Yes good stuff... Click

Like TacoBoss I found meguair's high tech yellow wax 26 even better After a Coat of #26 the truck has a very deep shine, and feels smoother than the NXT although the NXT was easier to remove.. I did this by hand as I dont have a buffer
Yellow #26
hey man I highly recomend you get one, I got mine a northern tool for like $65 and its so worth it, now I did not buy the orbital I bought the one (that looks like a grinder but is also used for waxing) buffer or I think its called a high speed buffer, anyhow you will know what I am talking about, it is so worth it, just be extremely careful when using it
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hey man I highly recomend you get one, I got mine a northern tool for like $65 and its so worth it, now I did not buy the orbital I bought the one (that looks like a grinder but is also used for waxing) buffer or I think its called a high speed buffer, anyhow you will know what I am talking about, it is so worth it, just be extremely careful when using it
If you're looking to purchase a machine to do any type of polishing or waxing, I highly recommend you look in to the Porter Cable 7424. Its a dual action / random orbital, so its a very safe machine to use, regardless of your skills.
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hey man I highly recomend you get one, I got mine a northern tool for like $65 and its so worth it, now I did not buy the orbital I bought the one (that looks like a grinder but is also used for waxing) buffer or I think its called a high speed buffer, anyhow you will know what I am talking about, it is so worth it, just be extremely careful when using it
Thanks I will check it out!
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