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Let's Talk Waxes

I love waxing my Tundra. I've only used wax brands you typically see in auto parts stores and Walmart. I came across 22ple VX and figured I may give it a try. Expensive, yes. Has anyone used this wax? Click on link;

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I haven't used the one you are asking about. I have used Meguiars, Mothers, Zaino, etc. I prefer Zaino products to most all others. However, I have had great results from Meguiars. Some products will protect better than others, some products will shine better than others. It will come down to trial and error.

Just remember this great advice I'm about to share with you....

Wash, clay, POLISH, then wax. Once again, wash, clay, POLISH, then wax. Some like to wash again after the claying process.

Depending on how much paint correction needs to be done, your polish compounds will differ. If you need a lot of correction then you'll probably be using a more aggressive compound. Once all paint correction is done then you will use a basic polish.

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I just us the trimmers, wife's happy after that. Sorry, just sharing.

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