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New Meguiars NXT Tech Wax Paste!

Has anyone on here tried the New Meguiars NXT Tech Wax Paste? I wonder what the advantages/disadvatages are to it? Or if it is the same as the liquid but as a paste. It's only $15.99 I think I am going to go pick some of it up and give it a try.

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I HATE PASTE anything. leaves to much wax dust!!!!! its probly a good wax but i just hate paste...
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As far as I know its been out a while, I have seen it in stores plenty of times. I personally like the liquid better because its easy to apply and leaves no dust. I find the paste likes to leave dust like Zach said and I dont find it as easy to apply.

But its NXT so you cant go wrong, give her a try.
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Not to hyjack the thread here, but what are the benefits of liquid wax vs. paste, other then the above mentioned easier application and less dust? I used to think you got a thicker layer of wax with the paste, but I don't think that'd happen.

Post results when you can Roach, and make sure to use it on those painted headlights when you do it!!!
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i have it..and i love it..would suggest getting it
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i saw that stuff the other day at autozone. i hear its suppose to be really good. but i have to wait another month and a half before i can wax my truck. but when i can i going to give it a try
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Well I might as well start off with my first negitive post. I hate this stuff. I have the liquid...a FULL bottle. I got tired of trying to apply it after the hood! Wanna buy it at a cheap price? Anyone live nearby? Wanna pick it up for $10?
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i just got done waxing my truck with the liquid about 2 hours ago.
It tourned out BEAUTIFUL!!!
but then it rained
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What is your problem with it? Too hard to apply or something? Thats very weird, I have found NXT to be the easiest product to apply ever and I have used MANY products.
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Well I might as well start off with my first negitive post. I hate this stuff. I have the liquid...a FULL bottle. I got tired of trying to apply it after the hood! Wanna buy it at a cheap price? Anyone live nearby? Wanna pick it up for $10?
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For me..it was incredibly hard to apply and remove..and my paint is showroom smooth..not chaulky or ruined...and for the shine I got for all the work..it was not worth the effort. I have switched to a paste wax called Collinite 476S. It is expensive ,and this stuff is hard to apply/remove, but it leaves an incredible shine and lasts nearly forever! It still beads up for like 6 months at a time and fills in minute scratches from other waxes. My $.02.
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Well I might as well start off with my first negitive post. I hate this stuff. I have the liquid...a FULL bottle. I got tired of trying to apply it after the hood! Wanna buy it at a cheap price? Anyone live nearby? Wanna pick it up for $10?
WOW that is cool this is not about the liquid!

But I do LOVE the liquid easiest wax I have used!
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I've done a lot of online research on waxes and the consensus of opinion is that given the same wax in liquid and paste form the liquid will give as good a shine and last as long as the paste, and of course its a lot easier to apply.
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