Re: Meguiars Ultmate Liquid Wax streaking
I had the same problem when I used ULW as well. Meg's customer service says to use the 'spit shine' method of finely misting surface with ice cold water and then buffing dry, which worked out fine. But to me it was an extra step, so I ditched the ULW and am now using BFWD applied with LC CCS Euro Foam Red Hand Pads. Much thicker and more durable than those flimsy yellow, saucer-shaped ones. Plus the red pads can be washed and re-used repeatedly.
If you don't mind the extra step of 'spit shining', then go ahead and use that method. Or the next time you apply ULW, let dry about an hour and wipe-off. Follow-up immediately with a second application to both ensure even coverage, and to help remove hazing and streaking left from first application.
I really endorse the LC hand pads. There's just something relaxing and therapeutic about hand waxing versus machine application. Some forum members will even call it fun, which it is. I still keep some of those yellow pads around though. Great for getting into those tight spots.
Hope this helps.
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Last edited by Shakabruddah808; 09-06-2012 at 10:09 AM.