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Thread: Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic wax

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    Addicted to curves azgman's Avatar
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    I just used the Meguiar's hybrid ceramic liquid wax on my vehicles (as opposed to the previous spray wax). Wow! This stuff goes on easy and requires very little effort to polish off. Leaves a very deep shine and a slick surface. I will now plan to use the spray wax as a touch up every other wash.
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    What about bug and tar cleaner?
    On my RT the bottom piece has a nice coating of junk.
    I am tempted to spray it with bed liner stuff.

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    The surfaces exposed to the road and debris have a hard life. Bed liner would be worth a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnrugg View Post
    What about bug and tar cleaner?
    On my RT the bottom piece has a nice coating of junk.
    I am tempted to spray it with bed liner stuff.
    Get the area/parts super clean. Apply acf-50 to the portion of the bike that's taking a beating of bugs/tar etc. Lightly wipe leaving a thin film on the parts. Keep this stuff away from your brakes.

    I apply it with an old T shirt, instead of spaying anywhere near the brake calipers etc.

    When I got back from the Ak. trip two years ago, the calcium chloride from the Dalton had basically made both fenders look like they were oozing milk, and after chasing it with suggestions from this site, the milky looking crap caught in the rough fender material wasn't budging. I applied acf-50 to the fenders and wala, they looked brand new. They've stayed looking new for over a year.

    It'll wash off in the rain over time or after 3 washes. Just reapply it. The crap that part of the bike is picking up won't be a problem getting off with the acf-50 applied. No one notices it's on my GS plastic fenders or mud guard, IOW, it doesn't look wet when a light film is left on the part/s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnrugg View Post
    What about bug and tar cleaner?
    On my RT the bottom piece has a nice coating of junk.
    I am tempted to spray it with bed liner stuff.
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