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Question Meguiars Waxing system For my Mo

I was thinking of picking up the Meguiars DA power system to use on my Black 2010 is there another system you guys recommend or is this ok?
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I use turtle wax black box on my 09 LE. I love the results. If you're willing to put in 2-3 hours of work waxing your car I recommend. It comes with pre wax, wax, and a detailer. It's designed strictly for black cars. It can be done by hand or machine. I use the mothers polishing system. Hope this helps


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Hi use clay bar then wax in linear motion no circular motion hence no machine
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I use turtle wax black box on my 09 LE. I love the results. If you're willing to put in 2-3 hours of work waxing your car I recommend. It comes with pre wax, wax, and a detail er. It's designed strictly for black cars. It can be done by hand or machine. I use the mothers polishing system. Hope this helps


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Awesome I was looking for info on that system as wellGuess I should of asked? Yeh taking a couple of hours is not a biggie I just want a nice result.
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Hi use clay bar then wax in linear motion no circular motion hence no machine
I need to do some reading on this method as I am a newb when it comes to clay bar applications looks like i"m hitting utube for the vids
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I need to do some reading on this method as I am a newb when it comes to clay bar applications looks like i"m hitting utube for the vids

I did it last summer to my MO and it was pretty easy. Just make sure you get enough detail spray because you have to keep the clay and panel you're working on wet.

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Also going to try the clay bar as well.


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I did clay bar last year. Very cool stuff.

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I watched a video on using the clay bar and it does not look that difficult. I'll probably use it when my paint surface starts to get overly contaminated. I keep my car waxed and it stays in the garage, so it doesn't get too bad.

My Explorer sits out, so I may try it first on that and when I get the technique down move to the MO.

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I am going to get my MO clayed for the first time when the weather gets warmer. Probably in May. Hear so many good things about it, can't wait to see what comes off it and how good its going to look

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Clay barring is simple to do, and really helps to create a great finish (by removing all surface contaminants). You do have to wax once the barring is done, however.

As for the turtle wax black box products, I tried them on my bimmmer, and wasn't happy with the black detailer. It seems to leave a very streaky (almost like an oily) finish. So I've resorted to using the black box cleaner and wax, followed by Meguiars detailer. Turtle wax products always seem cheap to me - even their premium ones.
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I use the meguiars detailer as well. Especially after I wax the clear bra. I will most certainly try the clay bar. Heard many good things and have seen good results on other cars


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I use the meguiars detailer as well. Especially after I wax the clear bra. I will most certainly try the clay bar. Heard many good things and have seen good results on other cars


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Awesome thx guys FINALLY the warm weather is moving into Ontario Time to get out and detail my Murano
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I just used the turtle wax black box and it was pretty good.... my biggest problem with my black murano is I still can't get the swirls or lines that are coming through the black paint.. I want to get rid of them... anyone have any ideas?
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I also have that kit also the PC 7424xp. Honestly The PC would works well, but the Megs kits is more powerful.
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