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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-16-2008, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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Meguiars Detailer Mist

I am thinking about getting a bottle of this and giving it a try. I have seen it used on our old jeep after coming from the body shop. But i was wondering if any of you prefer anything else other than the Meguiars brand? I think i read somwhere that you should us a 100% cotton towel, is there anything else that works better?

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Re: Meguiars Detailer Mist

I have it in the truck of my GLI and love it. After using turtle wax ice and mothers spray detailers on my other cars, I use the Meguires now and wont go back. It keeps a deeper gloss than the others.

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alrighty thanks. I just really wanted to hear from people who have tried others. Do you just use a normal micro fiber towel to buff it in?

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Re: Meguiars Detailer Mist

I buy the big packages of microfiber towels from Sams Club, and I use those on everything, wheels, glass, interior, removing excessive wax, etc...

As far as the quick detailers such as the mist you mentioned, I have used Meguiars and Mothers.

The Mothers has to be re-applied everytime I wash my truck.

The Meguiars will last 3-4 washed before it wears off and has to be re-applied.

As far as shine, well I can't realy tell a difference between the two since my truck is white.

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I use the one made by eagle one its in a blue bottle
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alrighty thanks. I just really wanted to hear from people who have tried others. Do you just use a normal micro fiber towel to buff it in?
I just use the blue shop towels for everything lol. They seem to do the job for me and I'm REALLY picky.

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Alright thanks for the help. I'll grab a bottle and try it out on the bike in a few days

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Re: Meguiars Detailer Mist

Adam's Polishes. Compared to most "off the shelf" stuff, they are a little more expensive, but let me tell you, once you use'em, you'll never go back. I have used their wax in straight sun light on 100deg day, and it wipes off just as easy as if it were in the shade and cool outside. Their detail spray works great and is awesome when sprayed on the car when wet and use it to help with the drying! Gives an amazing shine for something sooo easy to use. Really helps washing it the next time that much easier.

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Re: Meguiars Detailer Mist

i use the meguiars on truck, car, toolbox, etc... i love it. i just use microfiber towels to wipe it out. works really good.

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I use the stuff on my cars and trucks.

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