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Meguiars paint protect, @ halfords down to £5.00.

£5.00 @ Halfords
Worth a try for a fiver.
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3w, 14h agoFound 3 weeks, 14 hours ago
Worth a try for a fiver.
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1 Like #1
Meguiars products are usually good. This sounds like a product for people who aren't really interested in getting a really shiny finish to their paint and don't want to wax or polish every few weeks. Good price reduction.

http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/product-reviews/89008-review-meguiars-paint-protect.html

Edited By: aurora on Feb 03, 2017 09:57
#2
I bought and tried it yesterday. Easy on but very hard to buff nicely...
#3
ymmf
I bought and tried it yesterday. Easy on but very hard to buff nicely...
Not sure i would use in this crap weather, ordered a couple. How much of the bottle did you use?
#4
Bendown
ymmf
I bought and tried it yesterday. Easy on but very hard to buff nicely...
Not sure i would use in this crap weather, ordered a couple. How much of the bottle did you use?


I couldn't bear the muddy look on my car so my OCD forced me to clean and wax it. I think I used maybe 20mL max for an estate car and I still think I over applied (hence the difficult buffing).
#5
ymmf
Bendown
ymmf
I bought and tried it yesterday. Easy on but very hard to buff nicely...
Not sure i would use in this crap weather, ordered a couple. How much of the bottle did you use?
I couldn't bear the muddy look on my car so my OCD forced me to clean and wax it. I think I used maybe 20mL max for an estate car and I still think I over applied (hence the difficult buffing).
Thanks, yes mine needs a good clean, sounds an interesting product
1 Like #6
You only need a very small amount, best apply 2 layers. This is to protect the paint, the shine comes from the previous claying/polishing stages.

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