She has them back again!
She has them back again!
I remember starting this thread just over 3 years ago. What a great deal for M16 that this ended up being. I don't know about the rest of you, but I picked up enough tins to last my personal needs for the rest of my life and maybe even leave some for my kids. This has to be one of the most durable waxes ever made. I mean this post as a congratulations to everyone that had a chance to get in on this buy. I doubt we'll ever get a chance like this again.
Wow... it's been that long? I'm still on my 1st of about 10 cans and I don't know that I can see that I've put a dent in it yet. Though, I'll probably break it out again before winter. Thanks Brad... hope to see you around town sometime.
M16 used to be the longest lasted wax in Meguiars line of products. How does it compare to the newer products, like UW?
Also, what is the shelf life of M16? I have had Meguairs waxes which went spoiled (separate) over the years.
I think I still have about 4 cans and would love to pick up more I even have kept on in the fridge for a while with no harm lol
I go with with I think is the best fo both... I layer the M16 over a synthetic product such as UW.
From what I've read on this form, wax that has seperated can be combined again using a slow heating process, such as placing the can in hot/warm water and then allowing it it cool.
Just my 2 cents.
Synthetic and carnauba waxes make no difference for a light color car. I have a silver car so there would be no depth or deepness as compared to darker cars.
I am curious which one is more durable; M16 or UW?
I will never find out because I myself wax once every 3-4 weeks.
Here's a thread that is suggestive of how good M16 is:
As a show of appreciation for the opportunity I had to help many of us get a great deal, I contacted Karen Edwards, the gal who sold us the M16 on Ebay. She remembered the M16 frenzy quite well and was happy to hear from me. Sadly, her husband of over 40 years recently passed away, and as most of us would, she's struggling with the loss. As most of you know, in contrast to what M16 is worth, she gave us all a great deal. Add her to your prayers...she is an awesome lady.
M16 has been discontinued since 2005. I am surprised that the wax is still good after so many years. I have other waxes like NXT, GC Wax that separate after 3-4 years.
I use M16 in winter months when I cannot wax much.
M16 used to be Meguiars longest lasting wax. Not sure if this statement is still true with the introduction of UW.
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