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    "Back of the Bottle" information on Professional/Detailer?

    I have some sample sizes of some of the Professional line (#83, #80, #21) as well as some from the Detailer line (APC, Last Touch, ASD). Is there anywhere that I can find the "back of the bottle" information with regards to use, dilution, etc.?
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    Well here is a start, hope it helps!

    #80 Speed Glaze - Directions: SHAKE WELL. For use with rotary buffer D.A. polisher, orbital or by hand. Work one section at a time. Dispense product onto a cool surface. When working on uncured paint finish, apply product directly to buffing pad and proceed to buff. Work product in until nearly dry. Then wipe off excess with clean, dry Meguiars Ultimate Wipe or 100% cotton terry towel.

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    Last Touch Spray Detailer - Dilution: Ready to use.

    Directions: For best results, surface should be cool to the touch. Do not apply in direct sunlight. Spray directly on surface to be cleaned. Using the Meguiars Ultimate Wipe (M-9910) folded into quarters, wipe clean. Turn to dry portion for final wipe.

    Professional Tips: Last Touch Spray Detailer is the perfect lubricant for use with Meguiars Detailing Clay. Dilute 1:1 and apply a liberal amount to surface.

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    ***I got this from a post by Mike Phillips***

    #21 Synthetic Sealant - METHOD OF APPLICATION: For use by hand, orbital buffer, D.A. polisher or rotary buffer.

    DIRECTIONS: Apply in the shade and on a cool surface. If finish is neglected, pre-cleaning is recommended. Apply a small amount of product to applicator or foam buffing pad and spread a thin, even coat on vehicle's painted surfaces. DO NOT APPLY TO VINYL, RUBBER OR CLOTH SURFACES. Use overlapping strokes to ensure adequate coverage. Allow product to dry thoroughly, (approximately 10-15 minutes). Remove using a clean, dry Meguiar's Gold Class Supreme Shine Microfiber, (X-2010), turning to a clean portion for final wipe.

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    This is not on the bottle.... for last touch it takes a little to get the hang of it with no streaks. Remember a little goes a long ways. Its my favorite detailer!
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    lol GB did you type the ?

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    Originally posted by sneek
    lol GB did you type the ?
    Yeah... all from my head.

    My fingers move fast and only took me a couple min.... I am sure Meguiars has a cut and paste verson but its just a rest day for me, keeps me busy.
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    Much appreciated gb!
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    Originally posted by gb387

    This is not on the bottle.... for last touch it takes a little to get the hang of it with no streaks. Remember a little goes a long ways. Its my favorite detailer!
    I like the Last Touch as well. I only have about 1/2 of a spray bottle left, of of a gallon, and finally broke ouyt my gallon of Final Inspection today and filled another spray bottle. I have not used the FI before and hope I get the same results as I did with the last touch.

    Your comment about a little goes a long way really hits the nail on the head with Last Touch. I use it with an Ultimate Wipe or a Supreme Shine MF, I use it with an Ultimate Wipe if my finish seems a little dirty. If I know it's good and clean I'll go to the SSMF.

    But I find that I can get by using so little LT that sometimes I can't even tell which side of the fabric I have used. I tend to use one clean side of the fabric for each 2 panels, 1 if they are dirtier than normal. But sometimes I will mist the MF, wipe down a panel then flip to a dry side and give it a final. Sometimes, for whatever reason, I get distracted or something and forget which is my damp side and which is my dry side. After feeling the 2 sides with my hand I generally can't tell the difference. Sometimes I actually have to put the MF up to my cheek. I guess my cheeks are a little more sensitive to the moisture and I can usually tell this way. Neighbors probably think I am having a relationship of some sort with my detailing fabrics when they see me holding them up to my cheek.

    I also find that with a little practice one can actually skip the final wipe off with LT. Where I did not find the same with the Consumer Level Products. I always give it a final wipe off just in case my eyes missed something but for all intents and purposes, I do find that I could very easily skip the final wipe and most folks probably could not tell the difference.
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    Hey Jeff,

    You may want to look at my review of the new Last Touch Foam aerosol, it is even easier to use than the liquid version!

    http://www.meguiarsonline.com/forums...threadid=11387

    Tim

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    Originally posted by Jeff Smith
    Neighbors probably think I am having a relationship of some sort with my detailing fabrics when they see me holding them up to my cheek.
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA ROFL!!!!!!

    Thanks for that Jeff! Just what I needed on a perfectly bad day. That's why I love this forum.
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    Originally posted by 2hotford
    Hey Jeff,

    You may want to look at my review of the new Last Touch Foam aerosol, it is even easier to use than the liquid version!

    http://www.meguiarsonline.com/forums...threadid=11387

    Tim
    Looks like good stuff Tim. For me I go through enough QD that buying a good prouct in bulk is kind of critical. I have just about used up a Gallon of LT and am gearing up to work on a Gallon of FI to see how I like that.

    If I ever get to a point where I can decide between the 2 products, then it is entirely possible and likely that I'll look at buying a five gallon jug of which ever I prefer.
    Jeff Smith

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    Hey Jeff,

    I have used a lot of QD over the years. Meg's #34 Final Inspection is quite different than Last Touch. I use a lot of it for priming buffing pads, cleaning down surfaces to be buffed and as a claying lube for claying. As such, I have probably gone through 10 gallons of it in the last 3-4 years! It does leave a beautiful gloss and is easier to work with than Last Touch. But Last Touch is definitely slicker with a more gloss overall, IMO. However, I just love the smell of #34!

    If you use that much QD, then you would be wise to get a 5 gallon container of Last Touch. It too can be used for claying lube, and for general purpose work if like I mentioned above if it is diluted 1:1.

    Tim

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