[quote author=lammer link=topic=51680.msg850423#msg850423 date=1154045355]
[quote author=Showtime link=topic=51680.msg850136#msg850136 date=1154035637]
All they do is test for beading. 99% of everybody thinks beading = protection. Most sealants sheet water. Hell, I sprayed some solvent on a truck the other day to remove some tar and it beaded up when I washed it!
Showtime and anyone else that care to chime in...
I ended up going with Meguiar's ....
I don't have the time to go through the whole process of multiple coats as needed with Zaino.
That being said I stayed away from Meguiar's step 1,2,3 waxes also. (with a new car does one need the step 1 wax?)
I ended up going with their DEEP CRYSTAL car wash, QUIKWAX (shine as you dry), and the QUIK DETAILER (mist&wipe) and picked up their rim cleaner as well.
Do you think going with this will keep the car looking new, or do I have to take the time to do the 3 step process? remembering I have a black Fusion...
I'm not too big on wax as you dry products. They don't protect that well and don't last too long. Like everybody else said, get some NXT Tech wax. Just remember that a wax doesn't make your car look good, it's the prep that goes before it. On a car this new you shouldn't need any correction steps yet besides claying.
A little tip on removing waxes- Mist on some water as you're wiping it off. It eliminates any streaks and eliminates any hazing.