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Old 02-04-2012, 12:26 PM   #1
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Anyone tried Meguiar's NXT Wax?

It has nano technology and is one better $14 waxes on market. Think it would work very well for clearcoat. Walbenizer looks to much like nufinish and that stuff is worst product on market.
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Old 02-04-2012, 02:07 PM   #2
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I use Meguires carnuba and it lasts all season
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Old 02-04-2012, 04:08 PM   #3
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I use the Meguiar's NXT Tech Wax 2.0 on all the vehicles I have, including the trailer. I have been using it for a couple of years. Lasts longer than anything else I've found. It's a synthetic hydrophobic polymer.
Wash, then use clay bar to clean the clear coat, then NXT.

I have never tried it on the old plastic coat finish that came on older trailers, only on the clear coat that is on the new trailers.
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Old 02-04-2012, 04:56 PM   #4
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I use it on all my vehicles. It does well on the Airstream, brings out the best shine on the 39 year old trailer. For stubborn stains I use Mothers, carefully and the apply NXT. MPJ
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:54 PM   #5
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I did use nxt on right side then used Plexus on left

I prefer the plexus side and is easier to use and looked even better. Now I am hoping this is ok to use on Acrylic and if I was betting man the right product. Used in aircraft industry for plastics and exterior painted finishes
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Old 02-20-2012, 08:26 PM   #6
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I prefer the plexus side and is easier to use and looked even better. Now I am hoping this is ok to use on Acrylic and if I was betting man the right product. Used in aircraft industry for plastics and exterior painted finishes
Is it a liquid that you apply and then buff off? Where do you get it at,and is it $.
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Old 02-23-2012, 04:07 PM   #7
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Product was developed for aircraft

Say's it's good for stainless steel appliances,plastics,lexan. Amazon sells this stuff. I wonder if this is an original Airstream cleaner? Maybe AS did not get right's to market this product. Reminds me of pledge but alot lighter and this stuff works on new clear plastics like jeep soft tops. Being exterior is arcrylic I thought why not give it shot. Easy easy application with microfiber cloth. For new airstreams this stuff is golden. Now do not hold me responsible if your clear starts pealing lol. Harley Davidson dealerships also have it, West Marine has it. Also for sure it is best product for window lexan plastic so order some and try it. It is lighter so if you have major scratches Meguirers plastic polish might work better but if you stuff is new go for it.


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Old 10-30-2015, 07:53 PM   #8
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Question NXT wax

Are you still using the Meguiars NXT wax on your 2010? Any issues with that? I use Meguiars Ultimate Wax on my TV. Never been a fan of Walbernize myself.
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I have been using Meguires Ultimate on our Airstream.I apply it twice a year.
I also have used it on for years Lamborghini's and Ferrari's with great success.Very good wax.


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I have not tried NXT on my AS. However, I have used it for years on my cars, trucks, and motorcycles. It does a fantastic job. Easy on. Easy off.
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I assume you're using the Ultimate Wax liquid, is that correct?
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I use Ultimate paste not liquid.


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I had forgotten I bought a bottle of the Ultimate and used it on a vehicle with nearly 40 year old paint a couple of years ago. It still shines like new...I found the bottle this evening in my garage and put a coat on my 28 yr old Mercedes. It shines good enough to part your hair.
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Are you still using the Meguiars NXT wax on your 2010? Any issues with that? I use Meguiars Ultimate Wax on my TV. Never been a fan of Walbernize myself.
richcrest, I think you were asking me this question and I had not been back to this thread in a long time, sorry.
I still use it on my trailer once a year and it does well. Maybe an added benefit of using NTX is the trailer has no corrosion on it, yet. NTX may be part of the reason, the other part is that my trailer was made in the Spring of 2010 so it was not driven on salted roads even during delivery, and I live in northern Texas so the winters are mild and the coast is pretty far from me, so no salt air. For us, the worst elements against wax are the sun and ozone.
I use it on my TV and on my Black 2005 Monte Carlo SS Tony Stewart signature model since it was still pretty new and it still looks beautiful.
NTX is not a cleaner wax so I make sure the trailer is super clean before I apply it. Even went as far as using a clay bar on it (the first time), well, actually about 6 or 7 clay bars before applying NTX. Now I just wash and then apply it.
To answer your question, no problems at all just a big smile on my face.
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