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Old 09-12-2004, 09:18 PM   #1
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Ok... first off anything that claims "nano" technology makes me look twice.... just thinking of nano reminds me of the Borg... hehe

Anyways... I picked up a bottle of it to try.
Just completed Black Magic today... she looks wicked!!!

The Mothers 3 Phase is clearly better.... but....

I'm not sure what'* better... the Mothers Carnauba Cleaner Wax, or this Eagle One NanoWax. One nice thing about the NanoWax is no white residue... it does haze over, but it drys clear. I normally use a small soft brush to clear the tight spots on her after a wax job.

Another thing I noticed is you don't need to use very much of this stuff at all. The box comes with an easy to use pump action bottle, an applicator, and a cloth for buffing.

I'm sorry to say it looks like rain tomorrow... so there will probably be no pix this time. :(

I might try a bottle of McG'* NXT after this one is gone.
One question about McG'* NXT..... does it dry clear?

I would like to get my hands on some Mothers Reflections Premium Polish.... I hear that'* pretty good as far as 1 step wax/polish goes.
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I've used the NXT wax twice. It dries to a haze but doesnt leave the particles behind like most other waxes. Comes off almost as easy as putting it on.
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Will have to pick up a bottle and give it a test flight.
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Ok... it'* been just over a week since I've waxed the cars.

It'* rained really hard here 3 days... and the cars have been driven.

I still feel they are 90% ready for a photo shoot any minute.... I noticed during the rain the water just ran off the car.... and you've gotta look for the dirt.

For shine, it'* not as nice as Mothers, but for keeping the dirt off, and water spots off, I'm giving it an A.. maybe even A+

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Thanks for the update. Would you reccomend this for in between the 3 step to keep up the shine?
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Thanks for the update. Would you reccomend this for in between the 3 step to keep up the shine?
Oh definately......

The stuff applys (and removes) very easily.... easier to remove then then Mother'* Showtime. (And no white residue)

Currently I think this is the best stuff to keep your car the cleanest inbetween washes.
Normally as soon as we have any type of rain, from a light mist to a heavy down pour the dirt gets all over the car. I've driven both in the rain and they still look like they've been washed yesterday (until you get really close).

It'* gotta be how the water just runs off the car.....
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i have no experience with this product.......but i would guess the meguiars nxt is just as easy to use.......plus i love it
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amazing i like the nano wax because its really easy to apply and shines up real nice i give it an A.
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