Difference between Megs #20 & 21?

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  1. StealthMode

    StealthMode Active Member

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    Whats the difference between Megs #20 & 21, one being a polymer, and the other being synthetic..? I'm a little confused.
     
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    #20 has some light cleaning ability and has more of the traditional clear gloss you get with synthetics, #21 is basically the pro version of NXT and has a deeper carnauba look. #21 is more durable than #20 or NXT.
     
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    Thanx Scott :cool:
     
  4. Buck-O

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    Not to mention that #21 really brings out metalic flake (not like werkstatt of course). Much better then NXT or #20, which IMHO are more gloss oriented products, then detail enhancers like #21.
     
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    Does #21 tend to bead, or sheet water?
     
  6. Buck-O

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    Its been sort of inbetween for me. If you force teh water to sheet, it will. If you mist it, it beads.

    I wouldent say it perticularly prefers one over the other.
     
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    Right, makes perfect sense. I've noticed that NXT just sheets the water off, no beading, but colorX will bead it nicely, whish, I prefer for some reason. Seems to make drying easier. But I really like the looks of NXT, so if #21 is more duarable and just all out better, awesome!
     

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