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    HD vs WBD

    Am trying to decide on what to get. Meguiars D17001 Hyper Dressing or Meguiars D17101 Water Based Dressing. Witch one is better for exterior and interior?

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    Re: HD vs WBD

    I never tried HD, but I like WBD on the interior and engine. For exterior and tires I like ASD. WBD shine and gloss can be adjusted with adding water to dilute. I used it full strength on a neglected interior that was dull and dried out and it made it look brand new. A little shiny at first but I buffed it down and it looked great, even made the fake wood and window switches look brand new again.

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    Re: HD vs WBD

    Ok thank you will try it.

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    Re: HD vs WBD

    I would only use HD on the exterior but it's great stuff and I use it regularly on tires, wheel wells, and trim. Not the longest lasting for trim but still a good option. The WBD is better for interior if you like dressings and also great for engine bays too...smells awesome BTW!

    Both can be diluted to your taste in gloss.

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    Re: HD vs WBD

    I thought WBD was just a pre-mixed/diluted version of HD?

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    Re: HD vs WBD

    Quote Originally Posted by styles View Post
    I thought WBD was just a pre-mixed/diluted version of HD?
    Nope, WBD can be diluted too. At full strength it will leave a high gloss shine, so I cut it down. I have used it on worn dried out interiors at full strength to bring some life back and then buffed it down with a MF towel.

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    Re: HD vs WBD

    I meant aren't they the same basic product just at a premixed dilution for WBD?

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