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Maguiar's Quick Detailing Spray

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Keemo, Mar 12, 2008.

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  1. Keemo

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    This stuff is the best. I've been using it for years. It leaves no streaks on glass and gets rid of all missed water marks on paint and plastic after washing. I always keep a spare full one on deck with some microfibre cloths.

    http://www.meguiars.com/?car-maintenance/Quik-Detailer
     
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    I tend to like Mothers better, but Meguiars seems fine. It's cheap
     
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    Same here! Always have one in the FX =) Smells great too.
     
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    I use Meguiers all the time for a quick detail... It's cheap and does a great job...
     
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    Love using it as a quick detailer between polishes. works perfectly after a quick wash.
     
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    So can you use this stuff in between washes? Like if there's dust on my car can I hit it with this stuff?
     
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    ^^i wouldnt...you should do a quick wash. there will be some particles still left on the paint and when you spray this and move around the cloth you will cause scratching. this is an alternative to actually waxing.

    just give it a quick wash and use this the whole process will take under and hr.
     
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    Or you can use a duster to remove all the dust or most of it then apply the quick detailer.
     
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    I use a quick detailer as well, the only scratches I have are from some idiot the use a nasty az towel to wipe my car down when I picked it up at the port. still pissed every time I see them. BUt the Detailers are pretty good as long as there isn't heavy build up.
     
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    that's what I do..
     
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    +2:top:
     
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    I had to order some Zaino though just to see what the big to do is all about. I ordered the AIO, and the Z5 so we'll see next week.
     
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    Can you polish them out with some 3M Rubbing Compound or similar?
     
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    I used some scratch X, and it hides them pretty good but they are still there. Blk shows everything. once I can find a professional detailer then they'll be gone. but I'm claying the car shortly, well the hood for the most part and see if I can work them out.
     
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    Hmm... sounds like it's a pretty deep scratch. Can you post a pic?
     
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    Naw surface scratches, you really can't see or notice then unless in a dimly lit area, looking at an Angle, no swirl marks just marks from someone wiping the car down with a hard dirty towel.
     
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    Try this stuff, it works miracles. No gimmick, it's essentially liquid sand paper. I've permanently taken out worse than what you've described. It will save you money!
     
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    You also try their Detailing Spray. Zaino calls it their Gloss Enhancer Z6.
    I am a Zaino junkie and have been using it for 3 years.
     
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    if Zaino proves to work magic on my car like everyone raves about, then Z6 will surely be on my list next

    if this liquid sand paper, or anything like T-cut it can be good and bad, taking off layers to remove my surface scratches, I'll be swirling the car out correct?
     
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    I look forward to your evaluation:top:
     
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