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Old 04-16-2011
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i hope my walmart has it. my wax dried out somehow
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How do you like it compared to NXT 2.0? I really like NXT 2.0 myself, I started using it after I corrected my paint with my DA and love it.
NXT is just okay in my opinion. Autoglym HD is definitely a step up. It is more durable, doesn't stain trim, and makes the paint slicker (doesn't attract as much dust). The look and sheeting properties are about the same. Try it, you won't be disappointed. Now if you ever try a higher end wax such as Fuzion, Souveran, or SSII you won't ever go back to either. I only use Autoglym HD for my work vehicle and door jambs, but I'm a detailing fanatic.
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I was told that the product wasn't selling so they decided to get rid of it to make room for merchandise that will. Not many people will pay $35 for car wax, especially from Wal-Mart.
Very very true
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anyone ever try swissvax. i have swissvax Onyx from my previous car stuff is amazing. but the prices are extremely high ranging from $85-2500
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I bought 3 of them for that price at my Wal-Mart too. They cleared them out everywhere. If I had known you wanted one I would have bought one for you.

You'll love it! Just be sure to apply it very thin and keep the applicator moist. Let it come to a haze before you buff it off.
If i really like it, ill buy another off of you lol. Going to hopefully apply it this weekend.

Also, i keep reading about an oily residue being left over, is this true?

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