We've been fans of Meguiar's products for many years, and we're impressed with what their Ultimate range offers in terms of value for money and performance. However, one minor niggle remains, concerning their naming conventions. Take the Ultimate Liquid Wax for example; although it delivers excellent results in terms of looks and durability, it's not actually a wax! Rather, it's a pure synthetic paint sealant that uses cutting edge polymers to produce a highly reflective finish that beads water relentlessly. Why it's called a wax is beyond us, but based on its performance alone, it's certainly a first class sealant.
Beading8/10(Compared To Others)
Durability3 Months +(Average Value)
Slickness8/10(Compared To Others)
Meguiar's Ultimate Liquid Wax is the most advanced paint protection product in the current Meguiar's line up. It uses cutting edge hydrophobic polymer technology to lay down a water-hating protective barrier that amplifies reflections to give incredible depth and a mirror-like shine. The formula also incorporates thin film technology, which ensures that Meguiar's Ultimate Liquid Wax remains easy to apply and buff off, even if you are forced to work outside in hot and sunny conditions. A further benefit of this state of the art polymer blend is that it won't stain plastic or rubber trims if you accidentally stray on to them.
|By hand only
|3 months +
|Yes (allow 12 hours between coats)
|All paint types and colours
How To Use
Meguiar's Ultimate Liquid Wax should be applied by hand. For best results, apply it to freshly polished paint using either the supplied foam applicator pad or a Meguiar's Soft Foam Applicator Pad (try to avoid getting it on unpainted trims, but if you do then there's no need to worry, as it's designed not to stain them, even if it's left to dry). Only 2-3 pea-sized drops of product are required per panel, and these should be applied as thinly and evenly as possible to produce a film that should be buffed off immediately using either the supplied buffing towel or a PB Deluxe Buffing Towel (there's no need to allow it to dry fully before it is removed; if you do you may find it more difficult to remove).