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Nu-Finish wax. What do people think?

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Old 01-10-2005, 01:41 PM
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Has anyone here used Nu-Finish on their cars? I found this stuff about a year ago and i love it. You can apply IN the sun, with no buffing or anything. It really puts a nice shine on the car without having to put a lot of work into it. Also, there'* some car wash concentrate that i use, it'* made by Blue Coral. Couple of capfulls of that to a wash and it really pulls off the gunk. Anyone use either of these products? Just want to get a little input.
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nu-finish is just alright in my opinion. that was the original wax i was going to use right when i started caring for our cars but i tested it on our van and it left smears so i gave it up
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There are no shortcuts in waxing. If it doesnt take long, then it doesnt last long.
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I have a friend who uses NuFinish a couple times a year. He likes it a lot. I've never tried it.
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I think its kind of abrasive not real good for clear coats.
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Hey, that'd be perfect for my paint!

I'd just use some good old megs. Can't beat the Gold Class for the price. It made my car shine.. where the clearcoat is.


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There are no shortcuts in waxing. If it doesnt take long, then it doesnt last long.
that statement is so true i learned first hand from a cheap wax to a long arse whole day wax
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