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    Best waxes/polishes for 2006 civic

    My 2006 civic SI is habanero red pearl in color. This color changes in light, and can appear cranberry, burnt orange, copper ect. I always wash with meguiars car wash, and wax with NXT. I finally have some time off and i want to spend a day making my pain look as good as possible. Im going to wash it and claybar. What polish should i use? what sealant? should i use showcar glaze? i really want my car to be as reflective as possible. I will be applying these products with a 10" orbitol buffer. thanks for your help.

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    I am no expert, but from my experiance so far in detailing, that #7 seems to work the best for a polish.

    Try using GC paste instead of nxt and see what you get? I alternate waxes. One month I use NXT, other I may use GC, etc.
    2003 Toyota Celica GT- Silver Streak Mica

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    #7 is the show carglaze right?

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    Yep
    2003 Toyota Celica GT- Silver Streak Mica

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    Here is what I do for my 2006 Civic (Silver). Clean with NXT Car Wash, then top with two coats of NXT liquid. Periodically, I hit it up with NXT Spray Wax and frequently with NXT Speed Detailer.

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    Sorry, I always make the mistake of posting the thumbnail and not the picture. Here you go:

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