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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Mike Stoops posted this in the Meguiar's group on facebook. Pretty impressive.


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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Nick,

    So is there a lot of filler in this? Or is it all cut?? If it's mostly filler how long can we expect it to last before the defects start to show? I'm really hoping it's all cut.

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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Wow!!!.

    What is the ETA for the UK Nick?

    Thanks,

    Rappy.

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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Very exciting, can't wait to try it

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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzscarwash View Post
    Nick,

    So is there a lot of filler in this? Or is it all cut?? If it's mostly filler how long can we expect it to last before the defects start to show? I'm really hoping it's all cut.
    I think it is going to be rare to find a manufacturer which actually adds "fillers" to a product, except for a low end body shop glaze or something. With that said, any product with polishing oils or wax has a natural ability to provide some hiding, usually waxes. If your concerned, i would suggest research learning how to use diluted isopropyl alcohol to strip. But to answer you question, No, absolutely no filler, not our style. SMAT Technology permanent defect removal.

    Quote Originally Posted by rapport25 View Post
    Wow!!!.

    What is the ETA for the UK Nick?

    Thanks,

    Rappy.
    Hi Rappy,

    Meguiar's UK would have more accurate details on availability. We would suggest inquiring with their office.
    Nick Winn
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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by PPLd View Post
    Yes we need to know how it compare with the rest of Meguiar's cleaner wax line!
    D151!
    Its better...I used this yesterday. The one step wax is very effective in removing fine scratches and leaves a deep gloss. The scent smells like the Japanese air freshner (squash scent). Best of all the product is VERY EASY to remove with a microfiber towel.

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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    ... and after I just bought a gallon of D151.

    Subscribed.

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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by HCAD View Post
    ... and after I just bought a gallon of D151.

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    And *I* still have a 1/2 gallon of D151 left ... the wife would never approve another purchase until it is gone
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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Mike Stoops posted this in the Meguiar's group on facebook. Pretty impressive.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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    Re: NEW Product - Meguiar's D166 Ultra Polishing Wax

    Yup that same post is about 4 post up

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