For those of you that have used Ceramic Spray detailers, which one do you prefer?

For those of you that have used Ceramic Spray detailers, which one do you prefer?


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For those of you that have used spray detailers, which would you recommend?

Personally Looking for Longevity, ease of use and final results

 

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Prior to Cquartz I’ve used Meguiars Hybrid Ceramic & Turtle Wax Hybrid Ceramic spray. I recommend the Turtle Wax Hybrid Ceramic Spray out of the two. I feel like the Turtle Wax one was easier to apply, had higher gloss and better hydro properties. As far as longevity goes, it mainly depends on your environment. It only lasted for a couple months for me. The Meguiars one only lasted about a month or so. Good enough for a cheap spray. When applying the products, always remember a little goes a long way. No need to spray a lot.
 
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Prior to Cquartz I’ve used Meguiars Hybrid Ceramic & Turtle Wax Hybrid Ceramic spray. I recommend the Turtle Wax Hybrid Ceramic Spray out of the two. I feel like the Turtle Wax one was easier to apply, had higher gloss and better hydro properties. As far as longevity goes, it mainly depends on your environment. It only lasted for a couple months for me. The Meguiars one only lasted about a month or so. Good enough for a cheap spray. When applying the products, always remember a little goes a long way. No need to spray a lot.
Thank you. The only one I have used is seal n shine and was impressed by its longevity. Ive been watching reviews on youtube and its funny how different reviewers choose different products.
 

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I've been using the meguiars hybrid wax. Reapplying every two weeks and it's been really nice so far. Really easy to apply as well.
 

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have used many and TW SS worked best for me. ease of use, cost and longevity are the reasons i like it. i wish they sold it in gallon containers
 


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The Last Coat.
 

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I do like the Meguiars hybrid ceramic wax and a lot of Meguiars products never tried turtle wax Ceramic spray ( I got turned off turtle wax after their ice products) But I’m starting to lean more to the chemical guys products
 

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I use Adam's Polishes and have had really nice results. Right now they have a 20% off sale going on for Father's Day.

I like the CS3 detail spray and the Ceramic spray coating.
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For off the shelf product Griot’s Garage Ceramic 3-N-1 would be the beat buy. If you want something that last the longest with crazy hydrophobic property Carpro Reload.

 

 
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