CAR 2009 Meguiar's Products........

justin30513

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Visit Meg's home page.

You'll see that they opened a can of whoop ass at SEMA!
I'm glad to see some strong consumer line products.
The new #205 looks awesome and a new DA friendly #105 is coming.
 

HorseDick

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Supposedly it's more DA friendly...I'm guessing it doesn't require as much heat to break down?
 

Willey2cool

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i didnt really stop at the meguiars booth this year, it was too crowded but i did stop and look at the autogeek booth. i got a couple pictures of the guy who started meguiars though, Barry Meguiar i think?
 

HorseDick

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I hear rumblings that the DA friendly version of #105 does not have as much cut. Looks like I need to stock up on the original version...

Just curious, where did you hear this? I just read the post by Mike on MOL that it will have the same cut, just less dusting. :x:
 
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justin30513

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I've actually heard it was better.
There may be some beta versions out there.
All I've heard is that there is a whole lot less dust and less clogging on the pad.
 

HorseDick

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Yeah that was the one thing I hated about M105...it cakes up foam pads very quickly.

Scott - any idea exactly how much less cut it will have? I'm debating whether or not I should stock up on the old formula or not.
 

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Not having used it myself, I can't really say. I have heard the work time is longer now, so it may be the cut is the same as provided you work it for a while. Instead of getting a lot of cut in 30 seconds, then having to apply more and polish it in a few times, maybe you can work it two minutes, get the same get as 4x @ 30 seconds with the original version. Make sense?
 

HorseDick

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Yeah, I'm going to hold a gallon or two here of the old formula just in case I don't like the new one...I have a feeling I'll like it, though.
 
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justin30513

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I have to say I AM glad to see Meg's is putting out some good products still even after the 3M buyout....

I knew when they came out with #105, they were going in the right direction. Change and a market niche.

I'm betting this new #205 will greater than or equal to UltraFina.

All you would need is........
#105
#205
#21 2.0 Sealant (or LSP of choice)

All would total 85.00 for 32oz of each (20oz. for #21).
That's one helluva deal.
 

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