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Old 06-11-2005, 09:57 PM   #1
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Just curious to know if anyone has tried both, and which worked out better?
Looking at buying NXT
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I just bought Gold Class paste. I will let you know in a few days how it turns out. I have to finish my custom box first.
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I have used both. Both go on super easy and the shine lasts very long. I would have to put NXT paste above Gold Class paste, though. NXT just comes off SO easy! The last time I waxed with Gold Class, I put on 2 coats because I stripped it right down to the paint and clay'd it. This last time I only did 1 coat of NXT after stripping all of the wax off and doing a claybar and the shine was amazing. That was 3 months ago and about 5 washes. My car needs to be washed in a bad way right now, but the water still sheets off (not just bead up).

I am very impressed with how well the NXT holds up! And the shine left by both are equal.
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I have not used both, but I use liquid Gold Class, and it'* incredible stuff. Not sure about the NXT, though. But just about everything from Meg'* is awesome.. so you can't go wrong either way.


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I have tried both products, i would go with the NXT its a little but more money, but it works great i used some on my buddies red honda civic, it goes on nice, put it on with a damp applicator, and wait a bit, anything with teflon in it fills the swirls pretty good. I d recommend it
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I bought, waxed the hood on my moms Black 02 Isuzu Rodeo, WOW, that stuff works great on black! 30 dollars though BUT its worth it, the bottle is fairly large so its all good.
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