Top Coat F11 Wax

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  1. ZEN357

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    I've been using Wizard's Spray Wax, but was interested in trying out one of the new ceramic coating type products. I still haven't figured out which would be best, and as they're ranging in price from around $39.00 to well over $150.00, I plan on looking into it further.
     
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    It looks like it may be a good product, but I am sold on Meguiar's products. I use their Ultimate Polish, Ultimate Wax and Ultimate Detail Spray on my 2009 SRT and the results are fantastic.

    Let us know how you like the Top Coat F11 Car Wax.
     
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    Torque Detail Mirror Shine is supposedly a great product, and costs about $39.99. I think it’s a ceramic coating product, but I am not sure. No way I would pay $150+ for an 8-12 ounce bottle, which some cost.
     
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    and I know of some who pay almost $1000 for the ceramic coating.
     
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    That’s outrageous. It would take a lot to convince me to spend that kind of money for a product like that.
     
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    Right there with you with Megs'. > Gold Class.
     
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    Meguiar's Gold Class is excellent and has been around for a long time. However, you should try their Ultimate line of products. Not only do they produce a mirror-like finish, but the shine lasts much longer. It is Meguiar's latest technology.
     
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    I believe that the Meguiar's Ultimate is synthetic. I prefer carnauba wax. Synthetic does provide a solid topcoat.
     
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    Ultimate Wax is Meguiar’s most advanced, pure synthetic hydrophobic wax. I prefer it because it seals the paint, sheets water, is easy to apply (even in direct sun), goes on clear, and produces a mirror-like shine.

    A picture is worth a thousand words. Look at the shine on my 2009 SRT. You should give it a try.

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