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McGuires NXT Wax...

This is a discussion on McGuires NXT Wax... within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Ive used the regular nxt and it gives me the mirror look on my rough ass paint.. Ill try some ...

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    Ive used the regular nxt and it gives me the mirror look on my rough ass paint.. Ill try some nxt 2.0 this weekend.

    Was a DA used to apply that wax in the pic that removed so many swirls???

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    i just bought some of this to try...can i use this along with zymol and amigo or should i strip that wax off the car to apply this?(sorry to thread hijack)

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    Can I use a polisher to apply the NX2 ?

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    It was really humid and I couldnt get that shit to dry at all the other day. It took about a good 2 hours to get all of that shit off. Im hoping that it was just the weather. It did look halfway decent tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubbs View Post
    Can I use a polisher to apply the NX2 ?
    I do all the time....May even get alittle better results that way....
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