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Old 06 Oct 2003, 09:42 pm
George
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Default Wax my car or no?

Hey gang,

Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but I'll
ask this question anyway.

I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it to
change my ways with my new RSX.

Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any car...

Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I consider?
The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between? I'm not
really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is to wash
and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.

I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim 'Never wax
your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that it
gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they use.
Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?

Opinions? Thanks in advance.

George


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Old 07 Oct 2003, 10:37 am
Dufus McGoob
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

I started using the Eagle1 spray on as you dry wax stuff about a year ago
and have been really happy with it so far.

This product was featured on one of the car shows last weekend. They
showcase their sponsors products so it was obviously slanted.

Dufus


"George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> Hey gang,
>
> Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but I'll
> ask this question anyway.
>
> I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it to
> change my ways with my new RSX.
>
> Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any

car...
>
> Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I

consider?
> The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between? I'm

not
> really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is to

wash
> and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
>
> I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim 'Never

wax
> your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that it
> gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they use.
> Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
>
> Opinions? Thanks in advance.
>
> George
>
>



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Old 08 Oct 2003, 09:59 am
Genghis Kahn
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

Hey George,

You may get many opinions on this, but here's mine:

A friend of mine is a chemist with PPG Paints (a major manufacturer of
automotive finishes). He said to not wax the vehicle within three months of
the date of manufacture. (Logic being that the chemical process of
hardening is still taking place [albeit slowly].)

After that, use a quality product.

With that being said, I just used the Meguiars 3 step system (with a little
twist). I used the Step 1 & 2 liquids, but used the Meguiars Mirror Glaze
Hi Tech Yellow Wax (#26) instead of their liquid step 3. I'm extremely
pleased with the results.

I used it on a 2000 3.2TL that I bought on Sept 1. The car was originally
in the Chicago area, so the finish needed a little TLC.

The yellow wax is a little different than anything else I used, in that I
was told by a friend that owns a body shop to not let it dry completely
before buffing it off (or you'll work your a$$ off to get it back off).

The result was a finish that looked showroom new.

If you use this 3 step system, I'd advise rinsing off the car between step 2
and the wax, however. Another recommendation is the California Water Blade
(or an equivalent). That thing is slick. Where I used 3-4 towels to dry my
car before, now I only use one.

Hope this helps.

Much Respect,

Genghis

"George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> Hey gang,
>
> Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but I'll
> ask this question anyway.
>
> I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it to
> change my ways with my new RSX.
>
> Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any

car...
>
> Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I

consider?
> The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between? I'm

not
> really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is to

wash
> and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
>
> I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim 'Never

wax
> your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that it
> gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they use.
> Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
>
> Opinions? Thanks in advance.
>
> George
>
>



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Old 08 Oct 2003, 09:28 pm
George
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

Ghengis, olde Fi:

Thanks for the input, this is just the sort of intelligence I'm looking for.
The 'let the original paint cure' before you start waxing makes all the
sense in the world - the only twist is that after another month (month 3)
it'll be colder than a cob here in Southern Oregon.

I think waxing and wax products are 'warmth friendly'. I guess I could heat
up the garage before proceeding. Think?

Once again, thanks. I truly appreciate your input.
California Water Blade. Hmmmm....

George


"Genghis Kahn" <warrior@china.net> wrote in message
news:vo866724553a88@corp.supernews.com...
> Hey George,
>
> You may get many opinions on this, but here's mine:
>
> A friend of mine is a chemist with PPG Paints (a major manufacturer of
> automotive finishes). He said to not wax the vehicle within three months

of
> the date of manufacture. (Logic being that the chemical process of
> hardening is still taking place [albeit slowly].)
>
> After that, use a quality product.
>
> With that being said, I just used the Meguiars 3 step system (with a

little
> twist). I used the Step 1 & 2 liquids, but used the Meguiars Mirror Glaze
> Hi Tech Yellow Wax (#26) instead of their liquid step 3. I'm extremely
> pleased with the results.
>
> I used it on a 2000 3.2TL that I bought on Sept 1. The car was originally
> in the Chicago area, so the finish needed a little TLC.
>
> The yellow wax is a little different than anything else I used, in that I
> was told by a friend that owns a body shop to not let it dry completely
> before buffing it off (or you'll work your a$$ off to get it back off).
>
> The result was a finish that looked showroom new.
>
> If you use this 3 step system, I'd advise rinsing off the car between step

2
> and the wax, however. Another recommendation is the California Water

Blade
> (or an equivalent). That thing is slick. Where I used 3-4 towels to dry

my
> car before, now I only use one.
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> Much Respect,
>
> Genghis
>
> "George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
> news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> > Hey gang,
> >
> > Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but

I'll
> > ask this question anyway.
> >
> > I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it

to
> > change my ways with my new RSX.
> >
> > Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any

> car...
> >
> > Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I

> consider?
> > The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between? I'm

> not
> > really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is to

> wash
> > and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
> >
> > I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim 'Never

> wax
> > your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that

it
> > gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they use.
> > Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
> >
> > Opinions? Thanks in advance.
> >
> > George
> >
> >

>
>



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Old 08 Oct 2003, 10:41 pm
Genghis Kahn
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

George,

>...'warmth friendly'...Think?


Indubitably (sp?) Heating the garage is a great idea. It doesn't even have
to be too drastic of a temp, either. I would think anything above 60-65
should be great.

About the California Water Blade. Check Sam's or Price Club. They retail
at Auto Zone and Advance Auto for about 19.99. I got mine at sam's Club for
12 and change.

It works great, and it's brilliantly simple. Flexible plastic that won't
scratch your finish, and it works like a squeegee on a window. Highly
recommended. It won't get all the water off (creases and body lines are a
little tough), but overall, it's very good.

Take it easy,

Genghis


"George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
news:vo9ed9ivn48051@corp.supernews.com...
> Ghengis, olde Fi:
>
> Thanks for the input, this is just the sort of intelligence I'm looking

for.
> The 'let the original paint cure' before you start waxing makes all the
> sense in the world - the only twist is that after another month (month 3)
> it'll be colder than a cob here in Southern Oregon.
>
> I think waxing and wax products are 'warmth friendly'. I guess I could

heat
> up the garage before proceeding. Think?
>
> Once again, thanks. I truly appreciate your input.
> California Water Blade. Hmmmm....
>
> George
>
>
> "Genghis Kahn" <warrior@china.net> wrote in message
> news:vo866724553a88@corp.supernews.com...
> > Hey George,
> >
> > You may get many opinions on this, but here's mine:
> >
> > A friend of mine is a chemist with PPG Paints (a major manufacturer of
> > automotive finishes). He said to not wax the vehicle within three

months
> of
> > the date of manufacture. (Logic being that the chemical process of
> > hardening is still taking place [albeit slowly].)
> >
> > After that, use a quality product.
> >
> > With that being said, I just used the Meguiars 3 step system (with a

> little
> > twist). I used the Step 1 & 2 liquids, but used the Meguiars Mirror

Glaze
> > Hi Tech Yellow Wax (#26) instead of their liquid step 3. I'm extremely
> > pleased with the results.
> >
> > I used it on a 2000 3.2TL that I bought on Sept 1. The car was

originally
> > in the Chicago area, so the finish needed a little TLC.
> >
> > The yellow wax is a little different than anything else I used, in that

I
> > was told by a friend that owns a body shop to not let it dry completely
> > before buffing it off (or you'll work your a$$ off to get it back off).
> >
> > The result was a finish that looked showroom new.
> >
> > If you use this 3 step system, I'd advise rinsing off the car between

step
> 2
> > and the wax, however. Another recommendation is the California Water

> Blade
> > (or an equivalent). That thing is slick. Where I used 3-4 towels to

dry
> my
> > car before, now I only use one.
> >
> > Hope this helps.
> >
> > Much Respect,
> >
> > Genghis
> >
> > "George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
> > news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> > > Hey gang,
> > >
> > > Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but

> I'll
> > > ask this question anyway.
> > >
> > > I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it

> to
> > > change my ways with my new RSX.
> > >
> > > Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any

> > car...
> > >
> > > Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I

> > consider?
> > > The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between?

I'm
> > not
> > > really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is

to
> > wash
> > > and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
> > >
> > > I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim

'Never
> > wax
> > > your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that

> it
> > > gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they

use.
> > > Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
> > >
> > > Opinions? Thanks in advance.
> > >
> > > George
> > >
> > >

> >
> >

>
>



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Old 08 Oct 2003, 10:51 pm
Sandy
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

Before you start waxing I'd suggest you clay your car, especially if it's
new. It's easy (get a Mother's kit) and produces impressive results. At
least it did more for the appearance of my car than any other treatment,
wax, etc. that I've ever tried.


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Old 08 Oct 2003, 11:02 pm
Dave M.
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.. Flexible plastic that won't
> scratch your finish, and it works like a squeegee on a window.


Err, Uhh... that's silicone. ;-)

Genghis Kahn <warrior@china.net> wrote in message
news:vo9isj8p91sj0e@corp.supernews.com...
> George,
>
> >...'warmth friendly'...Think?

>
> Indubitably (sp?) Heating the garage is a great idea. It doesn't even

have
> to be too drastic of a temp, either. I would think anything above 60-65
> should be great.
>
> About the California Water Blade. Check Sam's or Price Club. They retail
> at Auto Zone and Advance Auto for about 19.99. I got mine at sam's Club

for
> 12 and change.
>
> It works great, and it's brilliantly simple. Flexible plastic that won't
> scratch your finish, and it works like a squeegee on a window. Highly
> recommended. It won't get all the water off (creases and body lines are a
> little tough), but overall, it's very good.
>
> Take it easy,
>
> Genghis
>
>
> "George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
> news:vo9ed9ivn48051@corp.supernews.com...
> > Ghengis, olde Fi:
> >
> > Thanks for the input, this is just the sort of intelligence I'm looking

> for.
> > The 'let the original paint cure' before you start waxing makes all the
> > sense in the world - the only twist is that after another month (month

3)
> > it'll be colder than a cob here in Southern Oregon.
> >
> > I think waxing and wax products are 'warmth friendly'. I guess I could

> heat
> > up the garage before proceeding. Think?
> >
> > Once again, thanks. I truly appreciate your input.
> > California Water Blade. Hmmmm....
> >
> > George
> >
> >
> > "Genghis Kahn" <warrior@china.net> wrote in message
> > news:vo866724553a88@corp.supernews.com...
> > > Hey George,
> > >
> > > You may get many opinions on this, but here's mine:
> > >
> > > A friend of mine is a chemist with PPG Paints (a major manufacturer of
> > > automotive finishes). He said to not wax the vehicle within three

> months
> > of
> > > the date of manufacture. (Logic being that the chemical process of
> > > hardening is still taking place [albeit slowly].)
> > >
> > > After that, use a quality product.
> > >
> > > With that being said, I just used the Meguiars 3 step system (with a

> > little
> > > twist). I used the Step 1 & 2 liquids, but used the Meguiars Mirror

> Glaze
> > > Hi Tech Yellow Wax (#26) instead of their liquid step 3. I'm

extremely
> > > pleased with the results.
> > >
> > > I used it on a 2000 3.2TL that I bought on Sept 1. The car was

> originally
> > > in the Chicago area, so the finish needed a little TLC.
> > >
> > > The yellow wax is a little different than anything else I used, in

that
> I
> > > was told by a friend that owns a body shop to not let it dry

completely
> > > before buffing it off (or you'll work your a$$ off to get it back

off).
> > >
> > > The result was a finish that looked showroom new.
> > >
> > > If you use this 3 step system, I'd advise rinsing off the car between

> step
> > 2
> > > and the wax, however. Another recommendation is the California Water

> > Blade
> > > (or an equivalent). That thing is slick. Where I used 3-4 towels to

> dry
> > my
> > > car before, now I only use one.
> > >
> > > Hope this helps.
> > >
> > > Much Respect,
> > >
> > > Genghis
> > >
> > > "George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
> > > news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> > > > Hey gang,
> > > >
> > > > Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but

> > I'll
> > > > ask this question anyway.
> > > >
> > > > I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth

it
> > to
> > > > change my ways with my new RSX.
> > > >
> > > > Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car -

any
> > > car...
> > > >
> > > > Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I
> > > consider?
> > > > The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between?

> I'm
> > > not
> > > > really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is

> to
> > > wash
> > > > and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
> > > >
> > > > I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim

> 'Never
> > > wax
> > > > your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know

that
> > it
> > > > gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they

> use.
> > > > Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
> > > >
> > > > Opinions? Thanks in advance.
> > > >
> > > > George
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> > >

> >
> >

>
>



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Old 08 Oct 2003, 11:08 pm
Dave M.
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

Prestones Bullet wax is now repackaged, but It has top ratings, especially
for durability. I just applied it and I will post comments. So far, it has a
brilliant shine. It goes on a little easier than Turtle wax liquid and comes
off about the same ( got to put a little ass into it ! ). Like turtle wax,
it has solvents that remove road tar.

Dave M.


George <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> Hey gang,
>
> Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but I'll
> ask this question anyway.
>
> I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it to
> change my ways with my new RSX.
>
> Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any

car...
>
> Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I

consider?
> The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between? I'm

not
> really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is to

wash
> and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
>
> I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim 'Never

wax
> your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that it
> gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they use.
> Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
>
> Opinions? Thanks in advance.
>
> George
>
>



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Old 08 Oct 2003, 11:10 pm
Dave M.
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Default Re: Wax my car or no?

Don't get a wax that leaves scratches. Get a "low scratch" rated wax.

Dave M.

George <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> Hey gang,
>
> Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ, but I'll
> ask this question anyway.
>
> I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be worth it to
> change my ways with my new RSX.
>
> Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car - any

car...
>
> Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I

consider?
> The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in between? I'm

not
> really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend is to

wash
> and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
>
> I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim 'Never

wax
> your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know that it
> gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff they use.
> Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
>
> Opinions? Thanks in advance.
>
> George
>
>



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Old 09 Oct 2003, 08:34 am
Genghis Kahn
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Dave,

That's why I bombed out of Chemistry in H.S. :-p

Much Respect,

Genghis


"Dave M." <gadget@frontiernet.net> wrote in message
news:dd4hb.311$AL7.21@news01.roc.ny...
> . Flexible plastic that won't
> > scratch your finish, and it works like a squeegee on a window.

>
> Err, Uhh... that's silicone. ;-)
>
> Genghis Kahn <warrior@china.net> wrote in message
> news:vo9isj8p91sj0e@corp.supernews.com...
> > George,
> >
> > >...'warmth friendly'...Think?

> >
> > Indubitably (sp?) Heating the garage is a great idea. It doesn't even

> have
> > to be too drastic of a temp, either. I would think anything above 60-65
> > should be great.
> >
> > About the California Water Blade. Check Sam's or Price Club. They

retail
> > at Auto Zone and Advance Auto for about 19.99. I got mine at sam's Club

> for
> > 12 and change.
> >
> > It works great, and it's brilliantly simple. Flexible plastic that

won't
> > scratch your finish, and it works like a squeegee on a window. Highly
> > recommended. It won't get all the water off (creases and body lines are

a
> > little tough), but overall, it's very good.
> >
> > Take it easy,
> >
> > Genghis
> >
> >
> > "George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
> > news:vo9ed9ivn48051@corp.supernews.com...
> > > Ghengis, olde Fi:
> > >
> > > Thanks for the input, this is just the sort of intelligence I'm

looking
> > for.
> > > The 'let the original paint cure' before you start waxing makes all

the
> > > sense in the world - the only twist is that after another month (month

> 3)
> > > it'll be colder than a cob here in Southern Oregon.
> > >
> > > I think waxing and wax products are 'warmth friendly'. I guess I could

> > heat
> > > up the garage before proceeding. Think?
> > >
> > > Once again, thanks. I truly appreciate your input.
> > > California Water Blade. Hmmmm....
> > >
> > > George
> > >
> > >
> > > "Genghis Kahn" <warrior@china.net> wrote in message
> > > news:vo866724553a88@corp.supernews.com...
> > > > Hey George,
> > > >
> > > > You may get many opinions on this, but here's mine:
> > > >
> > > > A friend of mine is a chemist with PPG Paints (a major manufacturer

of
> > > > automotive finishes). He said to not wax the vehicle within three

> > months
> > > of
> > > > the date of manufacture. (Logic being that the chemical process of
> > > > hardening is still taking place [albeit slowly].)
> > > >
> > > > After that, use a quality product.
> > > >
> > > > With that being said, I just used the Meguiars 3 step system (with

a
> > > little
> > > > twist). I used the Step 1 & 2 liquids, but used the Meguiars Mirror

> > Glaze
> > > > Hi Tech Yellow Wax (#26) instead of their liquid step 3. I'm

> extremely
> > > > pleased with the results.
> > > >
> > > > I used it on a 2000 3.2TL that I bought on Sept 1. The car was

> > originally
> > > > in the Chicago area, so the finish needed a little TLC.
> > > >
> > > > The yellow wax is a little different than anything else I used, in

> that
> > I
> > > > was told by a friend that owns a body shop to not let it dry

> completely
> > > > before buffing it off (or you'll work your a$$ off to get it back

> off).
> > > >
> > > > The result was a finish that looked showroom new.
> > > >
> > > > If you use this 3 step system, I'd advise rinsing off the car

between
> > step
> > > 2
> > > > and the wax, however. Another recommendation is the California

Water
> > > Blade
> > > > (or an equivalent). That thing is slick. Where I used 3-4 towels

to
> > dry
> > > my
> > > > car before, now I only use one.
> > > >
> > > > Hope this helps.
> > > >
> > > > Much Respect,
> > > >
> > > > Genghis
> > > >
> > > > "George" <gmenzie@charter.net> wrote in message
> > > > news:vo46gl7du46hd5@corp.supernews.com...
> > > > > Hey gang,
> > > > >
> > > > > Yeah, yeah, you're probably going to tell me to go read the FAQ,

but
> > > I'll
> > > > > ask this question anyway.
> > > > >
> > > > > I've never been into waxing cars, but I wonder if it would be

worth
> it
> > > to
> > > > > change my ways with my new RSX.
> > > > >
> > > > > Any opinions - generally - on the pros and cons of waxing a car -

> any
> > > > car...
> > > > >
> > > > > Also, if wax I must, what kind of kind/brand/type of wax should I
> > > > consider?
> > > > > The 'E-Z' kind, the 'Turtle Hard Shell' type? Something in

between?
> > I'm
> > > > not
> > > > > really a 'car guy' in the sense that the highlight of the weekend

is
> > to
> > > > wash
> > > > > and wax my car, so I won't be buying a buffing wheel in any case.
> > > > >
> > > > > I wonder about those 'Miracle Shield' treatments where they claim

> > 'Never
> > > > wax
> > > > > your car again!' I've had enough experience with Urethane to know

> that
> > > it
> > > > > gets cloudy and oxydized over time. I believe that's the stuff

they
> > use.
> > > > > Anyone have experience with this type of treatment?
> > > > >
> > > > > Opinions? Thanks in advance.
> > > > >
> > > > > George
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> > >

> >
> >

>
>



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