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I was at Wal-Mart today and noticed this product Nu Finish Car Polish. The information I've read sounds pretty good, but I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this product?

I'm looking for a nice wax that is good for use on clear coats and will protect the paint on my car. I also looked at the new Turtle Wax Ice Synthetic Spray Wax, but was a bit leery of using a spray product. Normally I use Meguiars Carnauba Wax, but I thought it might be worth trying something new on my Forte.

Any opinions or recommendations?
 

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I've used it.. the one in the orange bottle Its kinda of amazing its one of the only car waxes you can apply even in the hot sun and it still comes off easy!
also seems to hold up as well as the claim too! it seems to keep water beading a long time.
Of course I'd say to wax it more then once a year but atleast you can stretch the time between waxes if you like using Nu Car.
 

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I've used it.. the one in the orange bottle Its kinda of amazing its one of the only car waxes you can apply even in the hot sun and it still comes off easy!
also seems to hold up as well as the claim too! it seems to keep water beading a long time.
Of course I'd say to wax it more then once a year but atleast you can stretch the time between waxes if you like using Nu Car.
couldnt have said it any better. the water was always beading and i waxed roughtly every other month to keep it strong. it was so easy to clean the car when it get a tad dirty and the bottle lasted forever. im pretty sure that walmart will accept returns if you dont like it but i think you will :)
 

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Sounds like I have to give it a try :)

Thanks for the info.
 

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Ok, thanks for the reviews, I live in a very hot area (Southern Mississippi) so being able to apply in hot weather is definitely a plus. I'm gonna try it out tomorrow :)
 

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What's NuFinish like if you get it on flat black parts or black rubber parts (like in the roof seams)? Some products don't turn white on these - that's what I'm looking for.

Oh, yeah. Do you prefer/use the paste or the liquid?
 

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I've actually been using the the Ice Synthetic Spray wax this summer and have been pleasantly surprised with it this summer. It's really easy to apply and very easy to maintain an even streak free finish. However I would say that something like Carnauba or Nu finish would last longer in the "elements" then the spray wax. But for a quick reflective shine on my car (Black SX Koup) it does the trick quite well!
 

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I always use Meguiars Carnauba Wax
If you haven't tried it yet you gotta try Meguiars NxT wax. Uses carnuba and synthetics. Seriously makes your car shine so much it's damn near blinding lol. Gives it an almost show room finish and really brings the color out.
 
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