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2003cbgts
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2003cbgts Apr 17, 1:07am - #443822 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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meguiars nxt spray wax...

ok im a total noob pretty much when it comes to waxing and i did read the directions... but any pointers? do i just spray it on and wipe it off? it says to wait till it starts to haze.. any help would be greatly appreciated..
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MptGlw69
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MptGlw69 Apr 17, 1:09am - #443823 
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Only suggestion that I have is to make sure that you wipe it all off really good because if you don't it leaves white residue.
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brandon_k_w
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brandon_k_w Apr 17, 8:46am - #443824 
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It starts to haze at around 5-10 minutes. Apply the wax with a clean, lint-free cloth (microfiber towels are awesome), then wipe off the haze/excess wax with a clean side of the towel you're using. Always use a circular motion when applying wax, don't rub back and forth.
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GTS_Rosh
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GTS_Rosh Apr 18, 4:12pm - #443825 

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Is the Meguiars GOLD CLASS wax any good? It claims to be the best out there, does it really shine that well?
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alex93393
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alex93393 Apr 18, 4:25pm - #443826 
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idk, lol. i just bought that and was gunna post a thread about it to see what i need to do. im kinda lost, lol. imma wash my car first, then wax small parts of my car. So hazing takes like 10 min or so, because that would be good to know.
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Teknikal
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Teknikal Apr 18, 8:50pm - #443827 
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Gold class doesn't have very much durability
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