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I used Meguiars w/o problem (more) (archive)

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Posted by haud on October 21, 1999 at 16:39:51:

In Reply to: Pro answer on waxing.... posted by Husker Football. on October 21, 1999 at 14:18:09:

I asked Meguiars about this a while back and they said that it is should be ok. As the matter of fact, they indicated that BMW dealers use Meguairs wax. They also sell Meguiars wax with BMW logo on it.

I used Meguairs wax twice already without any problem. Try to wax a small section of your car first.

: A few days ago someone asked if they needed to wait for a period to wax their car or not.

: I noticed that there was a few varied opinions so seeing that my car is a month old and I was considering waxing before the winter I decided to do some research.

: Admittedly this wasnt very scientific but I called three reputable body shops in the area know for their custom painting and asked if the "wait for six month" rule is valid before waxing. All three answered that that was the rule for older vehicles and a different style of paint but not for new autos. They said go ahead and wax.

: I also asked about using my power buffer/waxer vice hand waxing and they said this was their preferred method.

: Hope this helps. Again, not very scientific but they are reputable paint guys.

: p.s. Has anyone used Meguiars Gold Class liquid wax?

: Colin. (Silver 323Ci)




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