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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
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Adding a few new product lines...

As most of you guys know, I've always been a die hard Meguiar's fan. They make excellent products at a great price. But, unfortunately their products don't work on every vehicle, to give me the disired results. So, for the past year now, I've been branching out with new product lines. Companies like Menzerna, Collinite and a few others have now taken their place within my product list. I've also been branching out on different boutique waxes. Most are upwards of $100 and and some are higher. These are reserved for special requests and higher end details. But none the less, they are there if anyone should request them. Is there a difference? Absolutely! Actually, Sam and myself were playing with one of the waxes last night and were pretty mezmerized at the results it was giving. The depth and clarity were absolutely amazing!

Anyhow, just keep you guys in the loop, and letting you know whats new with NCD


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These higher end waxes...are they as easy to apply as the norm?
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These higher end waxes...are they as easy to apply as the norm?
Ehhh, some are decently easy, some are a bit tougher. But the visual depth and clarity, along with the durability, make the extra effort worth it. After playing with some side by side comparisons with over the counter stuff, and the higher end, special order stuff, the higher end products win hand over fist. There is a huge advantage to them. I'm just sorry that I haven't brought them on board sooner. This is not meant to put down Meguiar's products, they are truely the best over the counter product that I've ever used. But when you want that special little edge, these higher end waxes are the way to go.
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Does this mean that Swissvax is the standard for NCD? pm coming.
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