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very nice! I prefer white vehicles, much easier to maintain LOL.
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One thing I know about black is you never want to wash or wax in a circular motion because that is where the swirls come from. When I had a black truck I always washed and waxed sideways (front to back) never in a circle. Just my 2 cents....
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One thing I know about black is you never want to wash or wax in a circular motion because that is where the swirls come from. When I had a black truck I always washed and waxed sideways (front to back) never in a circle. Just my 2 cents....
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CQuartz Finest. Hand Down! It's not a wax or a sealant. It's a coating that is guaranteed for two years.

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I have a very shiny 55 Ford with single stage Lacquer paint. I use McGuire's carnauba wax which seems to be OK. The car is in the garage 98% of the time, so weather is not an issue. Will the 3M Perfect It Show Car liquid work better than my McGuire's? Is it OK to use it on the single-stage lacquer? Should I remove the old wax first? What about the Zaino Z2? Thanks, Jag
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3M is good but IMHO, the best is a product called Menzerna.
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Thanks, these are new to me, but they sound great. I will look for their booths this week at SEMA. Maybe I can score some free samples! Jag
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