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Tried TW Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Wet Wax #5422710 05/06/20 01:58 PM
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I tried the Turtle Wax Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Wet Wax and thought it was great, but I'm not hard to please when it comes to waxing cars. I may have waxed cars maybe five times in the last 20 years. I love my cars but am not particularly fussy about washing and waxing. I do wash more often than wax and am very on-board with oil changes and preventive maintenance. But waxing, not so much.

Anyway, I washed a section like the roof or hood and then applied the Ceramic Wet wax. It was very easy and only took a little longer than a normal wash. Way easier than the waxes that had to be rubbed in then wait 'til they dry and buff out. I could see myself actually using this TW Ceramic Wet Wax fairly often.

My questions concern washing the car now. I used to use Maguire's wash with wax in it. Is it OK to use that when I next wash the car now that I've applied the Ceramic wet wax? When I want to apply the Ceramic again, should I use some other war wash that doesn't have wax in it? If so, any suggestions on a good wash that doesn't have wax already in it?

Thanks for any suggestions. I would like to use this Ceramic Wet wax more often. It was that easy.

Re: Tried TW Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Wet Wax [Re: wbwanzer] #5422813 05/06/20 04:18 PM
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I've also had good results with the Maguire's wet ceramic. I've not had any issues using my Maguire's wax containing wash on subsequent washes. I've subsequently used Griots spray on 3 in 1 ceramic (which I love) and washed with Maguire's. No problems.

However, there was a weird combo of ceramic wax and an Arrow Magnolia dry wash product I have for aircraft, that caused some streaky results (the Arrow Magnolia product is a great cleaner and really easy to use, but it's really for aircraft) . I don't think you'll experience those issues.

My point is that the ceramic waxes contain SiO2 and are likely to behave the same way. I see them as trouble-free.

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Re: Tried TW Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Wet Wax [Re: wbwanzer] #5423425 05/07/20 01:30 PM
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