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7/20/10 3:11 AM
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AhYeAh
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What is the best car wax that puts out the highest shine?

Right now im using nu-finish and it really doesnt give off a high shine.
7/20/10 7:08 AM
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walbjj
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dodo juice is about $100 a bottle
www.carcareproducts.com

swissvax is good

7/21/10 3:42 PM
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wardawg
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Nu-Finish is garbage! Meguiars NXT 2.0 paste and you will not be unhappy!
7/27/10 10:12 PM
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1Adam12
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 I've used this for a few years and swear by it:
32 oz. La Cera Amarilla +HazMat 
32 oz. La Cera Amarilla +HazMat
Item #:
ICA-32
Price/ea:
$16.50

Cleans, brightens, polishes and protects all finishes, leaving an outstanding high gloss that lasts. Removes road film, light oxidation, unsightly grooves, marks and light scratches.

Also recommend:
 
Qt. Anti-Static Showroom Conditioner  
Qt. Anti-Static Showroom Conditioner
Item #:
AS-32
Price/ea:
$7.95

Its anti-static formulation neutralizes surface electricity. Easy and safe to use. Removes finger marks and cleans and polishes paints, glass, chrome, rubber, and plastic.Save on Gallons 128 oz.
7/29/10 12:49 AM
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Ponyboy
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Edited: 07/29/10 12:56 AM
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Wash the car well.

Use clay bar.

Then use use Meguiars "swirl remover 2.0" which is an very fine grit for the polish......by hand or buffer.

Then I would seal it with a pure carnuba wax from either "eagle 1" or "mothers" that comes in the conventional can.

I've done this on black exotic cars and it always comes out sweet.....just make sure you don't contaminate whatever you rub the car with and that you don't liberate anything abrasive from the paint and then rub it all over the car.....only takes one grain of sand.

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