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  1. Scottwax

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    sounds another 20 to me.
     
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    Read what Mike Phillips wrote up on it in the link. Apparently, it is a completely new product and it isn't a replacement for #20 or NXT.
     
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    It is a last step product, the one you apply for protection.
     
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    Instead of a wax?
     
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    Yes, you would use #21 in place of wax. Mike Phillips on Meguiars Online says the appearance compares to #26, so to me, that means it will slightly darken the finish and have good depth.
     
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    I really don't care about this product. Unless I get something with the dealer I posted about on the other board--then this would be a good wax to have around.
     
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    it does seem like it would be point less. IMHO 20 lasted longer on my TA during heavy rain conditions over the NXT. my process was IP,FP then 20 and even after heavy showers it sheeted water like crazy. Now i just did 83 82 80 then NXT, went through some showers in houston then when i get to SA theres swirls all over the place.. that were not there to begin with/ I to some people i know you would think well its probably you. Well if i can do it w/ menzerna then it shouldnt be any different if im using the megs. However i think that these so called Diminishing abrasive dont work it seems like all the megs line have some kind of fillers in them. So cant think of anything that would make this product (21) any better than 20. IF it is going to give it a warm glow why not just use the 20 over 7. I know the cleaner response is going to come in but NXT has cleaners in it too. Unless theyre targeting more convenience in a lsp.
     
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    I should be able to score some samples of #21 before it hits the market, either through Meguiars or my local distributor. Once I do, I'll put it to the test and let y'all know what I think.

    I don't think this is meant as an enthusiast product but for high volume detailers who need a good machine application sealant.
     
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    Yeah, i was reading what mike was saying and i got a distinct vibe of it being for people who need to get things done efficiently.

    Probably not for me unless i hear some STRONG reviews.
     
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    You wanna send some my way if you get your hands on a large sample amount Scott?
     
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    :dunno: Depends on what's in it for me. ;)
     
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    I'm sure we can work something out :x:
     

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