Hybrid Ceramic Wax
Hybrid Ceramic Wax
- Ceramic made easy!
- Protection & durability beyond conventional wax
- Simply spray on, rinse off & dry
This sophisticated formula is an exciting way to easily protect your paint. With Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Wax you get more protection and durability than conventional wax by simply spraying on, rinsing off and then drying. It’s easy!
With all-new, advanced Si02 hybrid technology you get hybrid ceramic protection that’s so easy to use, you can actually wax your paint as you rinse off your car. After washing your paint and rinsing off the soap, simply spray on the Hybrid Ceramic Wax and then follow with a second rinse using a strong stream of water. This final rinse helps to spread and lay down the wax for you.
Dry your car like you normally would with a premium microfibre drying towel, like our NEW Meguiar’s Supreme Shine Drying Towel. There’s no rubbing or buffing and there’s no curing time. When done, you’re left with ceramic protection and durability that lasts well beyond conventional wax and provides extreme water beading protection. It really is Ceramic made easy!
THIS GOES WITH THAT
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
CAN I USE POLISH AND WAX PRODUCTS ON FACTORY MATTE FINISH PAINT?
Never apply any type of polish or wax product to a Matte Finish Paint surface as they will cause the finish to become glossy. You can remove finger prints, smears and very light marks using either Quik Detailer (A3316) or Ultimate Quik Detailer (G14422).
ARE THERE TIMES WHEN I SHOULDN’T WAX MY CAR?
Yes, if your car has new paint applied as a result of smash repair work or a respray. You should wait 8 weeks to allow for the paint to cure and harden before you apply a wax product to protect your paint.
CAN I POLISH AND WAX MY CAR IF IT HAS PAINT PROTECTION?
Polish and wax products shouldn’t be used on cars that have paint protection applied, and may void the manufacturers warranty terms and conditions if used.
HOW DO I BEST APPLY POLISH AND WAXES?
For best results apply polish & wax products with a foam Hand Applicator Pad (APPAD). Apply small amounts of product on the foam applicator pad and spread a thin, even coat over the paint surface.