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how much money and time u spend?
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I waxed mine this weekend with the Meg's NXT. I used Scratch X before and then waxed. Turned out great. This is some good stuff!!!

The Scratch X was $9, and wax was $12 or so. It took me about 1/2 a day.

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Megauirs= 1337

I use it to maintain my 1967 Mercury Cougar show car.
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Could you give a detailed account of how you went about all this? applied the wax? I want to learn to wax my truck that good!
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Its right on the back of the wax. Under the directions.
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So the directions told him to use all of the stuff he used?

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So on a recent wheeling trip i pick up some unwanted custom pin stripping from trees who weren't satisfy with just looking at my truck,and had to touch it. This is what i did to the paint.
1. washed it
2. applied Megauirs Deep Crystal paint cleaner
3. applied Meg's DC polish
4. waxed with Meg's NXT Generation
The results.
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It ain't rocket science. Go onto the Megauirs website they have loads of tips and tricks on how to apply wax and in what order. I just found this system worked best.
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I agree it ain't, I just would like to duplicate his procedure as far as stuff he used to get similar results, not trying to be a thorn.

Awesome job though.
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damn dude that stuff is amazing!!! I am going to do that as soon as the water in our pipes aren't frozen anymore. So when the wax wears off or whatever, say in a couple weeks or even a couple months later, is it going to look dull and scratched like before? I am curious because from my experience with a rubbing compound scratch remover formula is that it kind of removes some paint and moves it around, the paint looks dull afterwards i think it removes the clear coat? Anyone know?
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I agree it ain't, I just would like to duplicate his procedure as far as stuff he used to get similar results, not trying to be a thorn.

Awesome job though.
Blackhawk is the OP lol
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lol!!
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Ok, so much for me paying attention...
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wow ! that turned out really well.

If I ever plan on waxing my truck this would be the stuff to use.

Excellent effort sir
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Megs Deep crystal system is amazing on neglected paint. Id say the best part of the system is step 1, the paint cleaner. I was shocked when I saw how much crap came off of my paint. It removed oxidation, tar, bugs, water spots, bird droppings, haze from old crappy wax, and dirt leftover after washing. The fine swirl marks were dramatically improved just buy cleaning the dirt from them. The polish didn't do much (step 2), but the wax was great. The wax made the swirl marks almost disappear completely. The paint was so silky smooth my rags and bottles would slide right off my hood. I didn't have to wash the truck for a whole month because mud and dirt would rinse right off when it rained. Great stuff.

Photos of my old ranger after Clay bar, and Megs three step system.http://www.flickr.com/photos/2333745...7613322459327/


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