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Old 13-05-2020, 10:28 AM
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Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax 473ml - Meguiar's
www.meguiars.co.uk

With exciting, cutting-edge Si0 2 hybrid technology, you get hybrid ceramic protection that seals the paint, but is as easy to apply as an ordinary liquid wax.

I started using this, and I'm not a massive detailer, like quick wash and polish, and maybe a clay, but it works well to keep on top of things.

I've had car that was professionally ceramic coated, and to be fair this does near similar job of fraction of the price.

First application goes on after you washed and dried car, applied like a wax, then next applications you just spray onto the freshly rinsed body work, rinse off, and dry.

https://youtu.be/CEvf7vZhR64 For a quick walk around.
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Old 13-05-2020, 01:00 PM
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Cheers Jonny!

It’s amazing how the world of car detailing has evolved.

As you say, you can pay for a ceramic coat that will generate some amazing results but would set you back £300-400 I imagine - I had my RS3 ceramic coated and the water still sheets off when it rains and when you wash it and dirt is a breeze to remove with a simple snow foam and light wash.

However, for the Coupe, I since they respray, I have treated the paint to a similar product DIY and the results are very similar to your description but perhaps the longevity will be less but the bottle was 1/20th of the price of a ceramic coat.
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Old 15-05-2020, 11:49 AM
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Yes, I guess so. You get what you pay for, but in the detailing world, you can go mad to get such a slight difference in finish.

Like the 4K TVs, my Mrs can't tell difference from Std to HD so 4K is lost on her.
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