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    Question meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    Has anyone used this how does it do. Does it last. Do multiple coats make a difference. Doesnit increase depth or gloss. How does It compare to meguiars ultimate paste wax?

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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    I have never used it. IMO any spray wax is not going to give you the qualities of a good automotive wax or sealant. You give things up for the ease of use and speed.
    When I do a one step polish I always use GD's Infinite Use Detail Juice as a quick top coat. I had it hold up for over a month on an outdoor kept car. It's my go to and it has all the other things it does great to boot.
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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    It's more like a DS with a little wax to boot.
    It will only last 1-2 washes.

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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    I buy it by the gallon and use it as a drying aid
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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    It's a great product. Gives a little pop after routine washing. I use it every now and then instead of V7 or speed wipe just to change things up. Not really a stand alone LSP, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inDetail View Post
    I have never used it. IMO any spray wax is not going to give you the qualities of a good automotive wax or sealant. You give things up for the ease of use and speed.
    When I do a one step polish I always use GD's Infinite Use Detail Juice as a quick top coat. I had it hold up for over a month on an outdoor kept car. It's my go to and it has all the other things it does great to boot.
    How you mixing that for a top coat? 2.5oz to a gallon?

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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    Excellent drying aid. The big difference is in the slickness it gives the paint. Shine is nice. I doubt it lasts through a washing but just apply after each wash and ur set.

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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    D156 is a great product.

    Since its trim safe, it provides a great way to add an additional sacrificial barrier to the existing LSP.

    AS mentioned above, it does greatly increase surface tension providng great slickness that doesnt allow contaminants to stick to the paint easily.

    Personally I use it one every other week as a drying aid [after 75%] of water is removed after flooding to protect my LSP.... after all im obsessive

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    Re: meguiars d-156 synthetic express spray wax

    I find to be be useless and a waste of time. It has pathetic durability and looks flat. Try Sonax Brilliant Shine Detailer instead. No spray wax or sealant beads better, looks better or lasts longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nubaseal View Post
    I find to be be useless and a waste of time. It has pathetic durability and looks flat. Try Sonax Brilliant Shine Detailer instead. No spray wax or sealant beads better, looks better or lasts longer.

    This. But it is a tad more difficult to apply. I just wish it left the paint more slick like aquawax.
    I kind if disagree on the looks though. Didn't really add much pop when I have used it. Beading is insane though.

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