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Meguiers Gold Class

luke2702 Jun 24, 2010

  1. luke2702

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    Just finished using the above and was wondering if any one had any recommendations of what product to buy next which is better than above?

    Thanks
     
  2. deanski

    deanski wax on, wax off

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    was it the wax you used? its ok but doesnt last long. try finish kare fk1000. big old tin, good looks and great durability.
     
  3. luke2702

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    Not the wax the shampoo, i use sonus for my waxing...
     
  4. Hunty

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    +1 ^
    FK1000p is great, especially on silvers, With some Autoglym Super resin polish or Carlack 68 Nano System Care underneath you won't be disappointed.

    Neil
     
  5. Hunty

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    Sorry, the shampoo is pretty good if I remember correctly, if using sonus wax then try their shampoo with it, it should go well together and possibly prolong the protection
     
  6. luke2702

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  7. deanski

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    ahh right. megs hyperwash for me. its about £35 for a US gallon but can dilute down to 400:1 so very cost effective and a good shampoo to boot. If you dont want to spend that much duragloss 901 is very very good. smells of cherries and is really slick.
     
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  10. WX51TXR

    WX51TXR Polished Bliss

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    Gold Class is a great shampoo, so no need to swap if you like it. As suggested above, Hyper Wash makes a great foam and shampoo and offers great value for money as a result. We've got one of the Aquagleam filters on test at the moment; it's a fantastic bit of kit, but the lifespan isn't as long as you might expect. That said, if you want to rinse and leave your car to dry off naturally without spotting then it's worth every penny.
     

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