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Meguiar's Next Generation Line
Bling! Bling! Meguiar's is going all out with the Next Generation line of products. Now we all know that their Tech Wax is da' bomb baby! Check out what else they have to offer. I recently tried the Speed Detailer, Glass Cleaner, Tire Cleaner and Insane Tire Shine. They now have the Tech Wax in paste now. I was quite impressed that they added to their already awesome list of products. Each Meguiar's Next Generation product works with the other resulting in exploding color and shine!
I tried the Speed Detailer out when I had returned home after a day of driving in the countryside with friends and upon my usual end-of-day inspection, I noticed a a good bit of grime around my car's skirt. First I got out my California Duster and removed the dust from my car, then I sprayed the Speed Detailer onto a clean Microfiber Terry Towel and wiped on the detailer, flipped the towel and buffed and my finish was as if I had just waxed it! I was so impressed, I did the entire vehicle! It took all of about one half of an hour. It has the same ingredients as that awesome Tech Wax--ESP technology, so you can expect a magnificent shine.
When I tried the Next Generation Glass Cleaner, I expected to have streaks--not major ones. I have yet to find a glass cleaner (other than good old fashioned vinegar & water) that won't leave ANY streaks at all. I have to say that the glass cleaner DID clean off all that (interior) film and residue left from the defogger and smoke film. I used Microfiber Towels this time as opposed to terry towels. I found that terry towels (can) leave lint, streaks and requires several applications. I have to say that I really like this new glass cleaner. The fragrance is milder than most glass cleaners which means the chemicals are less harsh. They even gaurantee their streak-free finish!
The Next Generation Tire Cleaner came as a complete surprise as I am used to cleaning my tires at the Car Wash. I have noticed the build-up of tire shine and gel on my tires--this is a build-up of oils, the dirt, road film and brake dust which adheres to the tires and rims thus, turning them brown. I have found that you can keep your tires black by washing them first with tire cleaner and then applying your tire shine. It cleaned the white letters on the Jeep's tires too. Speaking of tire shine, Next Generation has the new Insane Tire Shine Spray and the gloss, the shine--remarkable! That's an all-day shine, or should I say all week!
**As always, please use a Microfiber Towel when implementing the wax removal or Speed Detailing--your shine will be unbelievable!**
Go to Auto Zone for these products. I didn't find any at Wal-Mart. The prices are reasonable and the results are amazing! See for yourself. Keep it clean and shiny and always drive safely! Peace. Marie
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