Cheapest price I guess. Highly recommended for those DIY car enthusiast. Easy to apply and wonderful product all in all.
I've been a fan of Megs for over 15 years now, but the new Turtle Wax range is just killing it. From online reviews and YT I prefer Seal n Shine to this.
Been a fan too but I bought this product expecting water to bead off as advertised and it didn't live up to the hype. Wish they'd bring back their paint cleaner was useful for a range of stuff.
I've never used ceramic wax spray before, but from my understanding, you need to have a good surface to start with - ie Ultimate compound, Ultimate wax, then maintain with this ceramic spray, rather than expecting the ceramic spray to do the whole job?
I have this product and love it. I applied it just over 2 months ago and water is still beading off. I leave the car outside, too. I haven’t even reapplied the product. However, I did detail the car beforehand, including a good clay bar.
I can't help but think a Ceramic Wax in a spray bottle as opposed to doing it properly is a big difference.
I have been looking into the professional treatments, can't help but think this is just a wax that's no huge difference to any other.
surface and paint prep is as (more) important than whatever you're layering on. Meguiars has been doing average stuff over the years but this ceramic spray has reviewed well. Their professional range cutting polishes are good too. This looks like a good deal
How are you guys applying this?
I find it leaves residue streaks on my car and looks bad comapared to normal wax polishing
You're probably using too much. A little goes a long way. I use 1 squirt per panel, 2 on the hood and roof
Just bought another bottle yesterday cause I finished the last one. Turns out, applying this with a dry method does a better job. So after washing and claybar, dry off the surface, then use this product.