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Old 02-26-2008, 11:16 AM
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I like the red... Looks good on the silver...adds some color. Very nice!!

I want to claybar my baby but we still have snow! Can't wait for the spring.
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Old 02-26-2008, 01:11 PM
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Leesha, you are a cool chick. Your pretty, funny , and so into your car. Very cool indeed. Must be the cold air....Seems like a lot of girls from Canada are like that.
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Old 02-26-2008, 08:49 PM
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Thank you soooo much...It's just that everyone kept bumping and I thought it would only be fair to have something on their products also.

I am sold on Meiguar products. They have all been really success for me from the Leather seat conditioner to the soaps and waxing products! Thanks Again!!
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Leesha, you are a cool chick. Your pretty, funny , and so into your car. Very cool indeed. Must be the cold air....Seems like a lot of girls from Canada are like that.
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Wow I missed this...why thank you for the comps... Yes I love my baby...but shhh...don't want the Canadians to know how crazy I am...
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i just bought the meguairs BIG clay bar yesterday....i cant wait to use it on my baby, its been a month since ive washed, clayed and waxed her.....stoopid rain...
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1 month?? Hey I have yet to use it and I'm approching my 1yr anniversary! I will as soon as spring arrives.
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Old 03-02-2008, 08:06 AM
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Id have to say if your going to buy off the shelf products, you can't go wrong with Meguiars. Next up you have to try Poor Boys and Zaino products. A world of difference.

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I just used ScratchX. It is amazing. I had quite a few scratches that are almost completely gone. Great results.
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Nice to know I'm not the only one liking it!!
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Old 03-08-2008, 10:09 PM
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If any of you guys like Meguiar's products and live in SoCal or are travelling to SoCal, you might want to consider dropping by one of their free Saturday workshops. I just went with a couple of my friends today and besides the free donuts, coffee, soda and (amazing) pizza and 22 oz bottle of Ultimate Quik Detailer, we actually learned a lot about what it means to clean paint and the appropriate application of Scratch X.

http://www.meguiarsonline.com/forums...play.php?f=110

I have nothing to do with Meguiar's - just wanted to post about my experience since it was relevant.

Oh, and I didn't actually sit in on the garage demo portion since I had to leave at 12. (In-class workshop ran from 8 to 12, and then the garage hands-on portion til 2:30.
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This stuff is goooood

I just waxed my car today and it came out real nice, next week i will clay bar it.









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GREAT wheels!!! What tires?

Originally Posted by DonJuanMair View Post
This stuff is goooood

I just waxed my car today and it came out real nice, next week i will clay bar it.









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Old 03-17-2008, 06:17 PM
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enkei rp03 sbc, the tires are toyo proxies T1R, 255/35/19 i love these tires
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I just got done with the Meguiars Claybar and NXT 2.0 and am happy with the results... This was my first time using a claybar and was surprised on how well it works. Smooth as glass
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Old 03-23-2008, 02:21 PM
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Yeah post some pics...I will be doing mine soon. Once all the snow melts I can start.
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Snow ain't meltin' anytime soon, I think it will be winter till about mid-June this year. I use Meguiar's stuff too and swear by it, can't beat the results and durability.
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Old 03-23-2008, 07:48 PM
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Well in Cambridge you have more snow than Stoney Creek... so while I'm enjoying spring & early summer...you enjoy your snow... lol...

Yeah Meguiars is the best... I have some work to do on my car to have it ready for summer... Will start soon...snow or not...
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1 month?? Hey I have yet to use it and I'm approching my 1yr anniversary! I will as soon as spring arrives.
leesha, i DO live in SOCAL...so its a must my car stays showroom quality
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Old 04-03-2008, 01:42 PM
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hey detailing people, you guys should sign up at the meguiars forum,i recently signed on and theres soooooo much information on how to detail your cars...
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:43 AM
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Hmm.. I want a comparison on the regular, nxt, and the gold class.
I've always used gold class and mother's wax.. although everyone seems to like the nxt more.

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Old 04-04-2008, 08:01 AM
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Can't really give you a comparison as it's been too long ago.
I used to use Gold Class and switched over to NXT, but I think either is good.
If I were you, I'd get both and judge for yourself.
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god leesha!!! nice job....im gonna use some of that this weekend on mine, a nice wash, then a good clay, then some sratchx, a nice polish, then a good wax....
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