Quick Winter Wax Job on my Camry Version Meguiar's The Gold Class

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  1. pbw

    pbw New Member

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    Haven't had time to wax my commuter car since fall, today kentucky's crazy weather warmed up to mid 50's. Purchased some cheap Meguiar's "The Gold Class" paste wax. This cars paint I'd rate it a 5 or 6, mostly due to nicks in the paint and some swirl marks. Previous owners just did mechanical maintenance and ignored paint. I now have 143,000 miles on the car, its in great shape minus the paint. :hs:

    Started by a low pressure wash to knock off the dirty/salt. Then hand washed the car. Applied two coats of the wax, wax on wax off, it's not very easy to remove. I'm pretty impressed pretty good for 10 dollars I'd rate it a 6-7 out of 10.

    The sun went down early so the pics are so so.

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  2. CBlakeNS

    CBlakeNS New Member

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    Looks good, nice job!!!
     
  3. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I used to use Gold Class. Real nice wet look but the old version didn't have much durability. I understand the reformulation addressed that concern.

    Nice shine, especially for just waxing your car. :)
     
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    It's not that bad :cool:
     

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