Meguiar's NXT Generation Tech Wax 2.0 £10.36 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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I'm getting a new car in September so I've been researching car cleaning products. This wax has fantastic reviews and it's a really good price on Amazon at the moment.

It's priced at £19.99 at Halfords and on Meguiar's website. The cheapest on eBay is £16.48. I can't find it anywhere close to £10.36 delivered.
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#2
I thought this was pretty poor to be honest. I like megs stuff but I thought this was pretty useless.

Have a look at G3 stuff it is pretty good. Or Autobrite Direct which is expensive but brilliant.

A good price for this particular product but spend a little more for far superior results.
#3
TomBoyNI

Have a look at G3 stuff it is pretty good.


What specific G3 product TB?
1 Like #4
Arbk66
TomBoyNI

Have a look at G3 stuff it is pretty good.

What specific G3 product TB?

This I would guess
#5
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Arbk66
TomBoyNI

Have a look at G3 stuff it is pretty good.


What specific G3 product TB?


This I would guess


Thought it was that but the Halford product reviews weren't selling it to me so I thought I'd ask.

Cheers ;)

Edited By: Arbk66 on Jul 05, 2014 18:39
1 Like #6
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Arbk66
TomBoyNI

Have a look at G3 stuff it is pretty good.

What specific G3 product TB?

This I would guess

Yep that's the stuff.

However have a look on amazon at DoDo Juice. Tester pots of wax are around £5-£6 and will do the ca a few times and the results are far superior to any liquid type wax.
#7
Well I bought some autoglym shampoo, polish and liquid wax as they were 3 for 2 at Halfrauds. While 99% of the car looks fantastic the imperfections where the lacquer has gone (bird poo) looks a whole lot worse. I'm just hoping it will keep the tree sap off the car longer.

I think when I buy a new car (well probably a year old one) I'll invest in some kit to keep it nicer from the start.
#8
I did buy a new car and its white, first white car I've ever had and it doesn't reflect the effort you've put in cleaning it like other coloured cars I've had, needing to change my approach, wondering if some wet look product would be better finish.

I'll bear the DoDo Juice in mind TB ;)
1 Like #9
Arbk66
I did buy a new car and its white, first white car I've ever had and it doesn't reflect the effort you've put in cleaning it like other coloured cars I've had, needing to change my approach, wondering if some wet look product would be better finish.

I'll bear the DoDo Juice in mind TB ;)

My car is white toon (not the Scooby obviously - she is gone now :( ) and whilst white is some much harder to get that WOW look from, with some good wax it will come up well. Have a look at the Autobrite Direct website and you will see some amazing stuff, however you'll be paying well for it!

Edited By: TomBoyNI on Jul 07, 2014 10:52
1 Like #10
For white cars, you need to use a sealant as your protection product - something like Sonax Hybrid Shine NPT or Werkstatt Prime and Jett. Really does what you need.
#11
Thanks for the feedback lads, been lost in detailing forums for days, going to give these pair a go.

Sealant
SONAX Xtreme Protect & Shine Hybrid NPT

Quick Detailer
SONAX Xtreme Brilliant Shine Detailer
1 Like #12
Arbk66
I did buy a new car and its white, first white car I've ever had and it doesn't reflect the effort you've put in cleaning it like other coloured cars I've had, needing to change my approach, wondering if some wet look product would be better finish.

I'll bear the DoDo Juice in mind TB ;)

Or swissvax
#13
royals
Arbk66
I did buy a new car and its white, first white car I've ever had and it doesn't reflect the effort you've put in cleaning it like other coloured cars I've had, needing to change my approach, wondering if some wet look product would be better finish.

I'll bear the DoDo Juice in mind TB ;)

Or swissvax


I had already bought the Sonax, took a look at the Swissvax but £65 far exceeds what I'm prepared to pay. Thanks for the heads up on it tho ;)

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