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Question Eagle One Wax As-U-Dry...?

Just wondering if anyone has tried this? How does it compare to conventional waxing?
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It's very easy to use and gives your car a little"pop". It will last until water hits it and provides litlle protection, not bad though for the effort required.
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Oh ok, so it really isn't a rub on wax replacement.
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No, not at all. Typically if there is no haze, then there is no protection. This product IMO is really just a quick detailer that can be applied to a wet car.
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Alright thanks. I guess I'll just give my arms a work out and stick to Meguiars.
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try the glosser man ...it s sweet
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use regular wax products/methods...best results


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Agreed, thanks guys.
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try the glosser man ...it s sweet
then use the "softoss" afterwards. the glosser likes to leave streaks sometimes. how convenient to have another product made from the same company to remove those streaks. hehe
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Alright thanks. I guess I'll just give my arms a work out and stick to Meguiars.
THe best way to go to get the best results. Hard work
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Yup, I agree.
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It gives it a good shine, but its nothing like real wax. After a couple of washings and driving through some rain you need to wax it again. I put that wax on my car 2 weeks ago and this weekend im gonna put my meguiers wax on.
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Ok, thanks.
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So would this be the wax you guys recommend?

Meguiar's Gold Liquid Wax

Also, what does this do?

Mothers Clay Bar System

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Re: Eagle One Wax As-U-Dry...?

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Just wondering if anyone has tried this? How does it compare to conventional waxing?
ive been using eagle one for 2 months and the more you put it on your car the more protection it provides. Use it alot and youll be very happy with it.
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I tried it, and personally i don't like it
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