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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Just tried some of this stuff on a AUTOart GT2 in silver and it works amazingly well. Leaves a deep glossy wet look. Exactly how a display model should look.

Its called Meguiars Cleaner Wax, I picked it up on Saturday from Wal Mart when I was getting cleaning supplies for the 1:1's, apporximately $5-6.
 
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Richard,

I ue to use the Quick Detailer, but if you get the QD on windshields it leaves a haze that cannot be removed. This product here doesn't.

What I'm more excited about is the fact that it removed the nasty sticker residue from the hood of my new black GT2. :sm: :sm: I can't say how happy I am bout that after the tantrum I threw last week about those nasty stickers. :2gun:

I don't want to hype this product up to much, everyone will have to come their on conclusion, but I must say that I have used a few polishes on diecasts and none of them yieled a wet shine like this product. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

I also tried some on my 1:1 bikes front fairing and it looks great on it as well. :mrgreen:
 
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Just bought some, Just wondering, what type of cloth is best used to apply it?

Is there any parts I should avoid waxing?

I'm a total newbie with Car Collecting.
 
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Just a heads up about the Meguiar's Cleaning Wax: my boys and I are having some doubts about it. It seems that our MM Reventon is developing some tiny paint blisters, perhaps in reaction to the wax.

But then, perhaps not. I've waxed nearly all my models with the stuff, and none of the others is having such a reaction. Has anyone else noticed anything using this product?

(I just ordered 4 new mid-range models yesterday, and the AUTOart Reventon was not among them. Perhaps my sons are just noticing blisters as a way of angling for me to replace their MM Reventon with the AUTOart one.)
 
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