Originally Posted by oejeffrey
Hey Thanx Mike I really needed the clarification of what the NXT spray wax was. My worries were that if it were the liquid wax in a spray bottle then I was going to skip it as the "boost" potential is what I was after. It does seem to take a little longer to dry so I am going to keep a bottle of UQW around for a quickie shine and boost but I think I like the NXT combinations.
Thanx again for clearing that up for me and the super quick response.
Over on MOL I have a how-to article for using NXT Spray Wax, I'm pretty sure it's in the How To Articles forum group.
The key to using any spray-on wax is to apply a thin coat and to do this what works best is to fold a microfiber towel 4-ways and then dampen one side of the folded towel and use just this one side to apply the wax to the entire car.
Spray onto the towel instead of the car and you won't get overspray.
Here's the link... How To Get Great Results With Meguiar's Spray Wax!
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