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No wax, spray, wipe, or regular paste will not leave a residue Unless you take it off appropriately.

I usually do a total car detail myself twice a year to get that shiny new gloss.

If I garage the car (greatly preventing the dew at night from mixing with dirt/dust on the surface leading to mud and faster deterioration of the wav layer), then all I need to do each month is a full body wipe-down with 1, maybe 2 if dirty, sheets of The Glosser wipes.

The key here is to use another wipe once you've gotten the first loaded with dirt/debris (ie. Gray instead of white). No point pushing dirt around once the sheet is full of trapped dirt and can't pickup more.

Usually, one for hood+roof + rear, another for hood+ sides+ rims+doors along the seal line. Engine is usually the dirtiest part, so I usually use these leftover wipes to clean off the usual layer of dust that comes from commutes.

...

Then, to top off? I single microfiber cloth to gently and quickly and lightly hand buff the wax marks away. Because is harder to get the wax off if it dries too much, I usually buff after waxing each section with The Glosser.

Once it dries, The Glosser leaves a nicer shine than Meguairs quick wax, imo.

Total time for me is about 10-15 minutes max per month doing this.

...

I also use a clean section of The Glosser on the windows, then follow up with microfiber buff if it's not too dirty to require a windshield cleaner spray + squeegee. It's not the same as RainX, but does better than bare glass at keeping the glass clean (you can see when you leave the car out overnight and there's morning dew). But RainX is still better even in the summer at helping keep the windshield clean if you park outdoors and at night. (Helps the dirt roll away with the dew drops.)

...

Still, depends on how dirty your car gets and how often you clean it up. Certainly, if you're garaging at home and work, you could do fine with a light quick wax misting on top and front door surfaces, then wipe clean with a microfiber. I'd say this is very light cleaning.

In some cases of very well kept cars, a simple Swiffer 360 lightly used to pickup dust, followed by a light microfiber buff using the existing wax on the surface is all that's needed.

Light to medium and I'd use The Glosser.

Any dirtier and you'd want a proper wash to get all the dirt off.

...

Nice thing about The Glosser it can be used to clean off bicycles (no brakes or rims!!!), painted or powder coated backyard chairs, swings, etc conveniently as well.

...

So why wax at all?

No wax and any dirt/salt on the paint will eat through fast when water is present - acid rain. The wax coating can be replaced with a full car wrap (clear or colored) for the same protection.
Whenever the fingers don't glide smoothly over the painted surface, that's when you know you need a good waxing. Really better to maintain it so there's always a wax layer.

...

The quick wax spray can be better at loosening up bird poo to remove it, but I've found that usually, if it's not immediately removed, there will be a residual discoloration of the wax layer (or paint) left behind. Then, you'll need to switch to using meguairs gold class wax to wax and buff out that section to get it looking great again.

Gold Class wax does a great job fast with doorhandle pockets as well. Usually, there's fingernail markings that eventually collect dirt and look dark. Wax and buff and markings disappear fast.

...

Waxing just inside the door and trunk up to the rubber seal line, door jambs, also help keep the car cleaner and easier to maintain.

The waxed areas inside let you simply microfiber most of those areas clean rather than having to work at it. Helps especially along the lower edge of doors near the ground that pickup dirt fast, especially with window runoff inside and down the door to the drain holes at the bottom.

(Yep, you know the detailer isn't doing a good job if the bottom edge of the inside of doors is dirty. Another is door hinge areas.)
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Ditto. Good with clay bars to float it over the paint while detailing the paint.

Good for a quick spot with a microfiber to get rid of poo, etc.

But, for the entire car? Very tiresome and uses a ton of spray and time.

Instead, use The Glosser Wax Wipes!!
(Usually at pep boys)
https://www.cleantools.net/products/glosser/

Seriously Good!
Quickly does a lightly soiled car, leaves a nice gloss behind in minutes, and no need to find a separate cloth.
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looks good
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Been using this stuff for years for moto-bike clean up post ride. Thanks OP. Qty 5 at Walmart for pickup. $19.33 including tax.

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This stuff is great. They include it with the clay bar kits as the lube.
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Ditto. Good with clay bars to float it over the paint while detailing the paint.

Good for a quick spot with a microfiber to get rid of poo, etc.

But, for the entire car? Very tiresome and uses a ton of spray and time.

Instead, use The Glosser Wax Wipes!!
(Usually at pep boys)
https://www.cleantools.net/products/glosser/

Seriously Good!
Quickly does a lightly soiled car, leaves a nice gloss behind in minutes, and no need to find a separate cloth.
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Ditto. Good with clay bars to float it over the paint while detailing the paint.

Good for a quick spot with a microfiber to get rid of poo, etc.

But, for the entire car? Very tiresome and uses a ton of spray and time.

Instead, use The Glosser Wax Wipes!!
(Usually at pep boys)
https://www.cleantools.net/products/glosser/

Seriously Good!
Quickly does a lightly soiled car, leaves a nice gloss behind in minutes, and no need to find a separate cloth.
Trying to understand this wipe as I do a lot of outside detailing. I usually use a sealer after I do my wax professionally. I do quick mists wax detailers for the next 6 months, but I always leave a bit of wax mist markings sometimes. Would this wipe helps clean it up and give a very light wax and gloss while leaving no residue?
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The 32oz is better deal at $6.71 on Amazon.
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The 32oz is better deal at $6.71 on Amazon.
Thanks. Updated OP with 32oz as well for those interested.


https://www.amazon.com/Meguiars-A...0009IQXAE/


https://www.walmart.com/ip/Meguia...Z/16550260
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leaves lots of dust accumulation
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Been using this stuff for probably a decade or more. Great stuff in between washes.
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what's the diff between this and quik detailer? https://www.amazon.com/Meguiars-G...B000RXNLK6

It doesn't rain here so I never wash the car, I just use cali duster and then quik detailer. car is looking really shining but should I add other steps
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I like this better.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/NANOSKIN-QUICK-SHINE-Quick-Detailer-Spray-RTU-1Gal/170087369
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leaves lots of dust accumulation
No, it doesn't. Whatever you're doing, you're doing it wrong.
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Trying to understand this wipe as I do a lot of outside detailing. I usually use a sealer after I do my wax professionally. I do quick mists wax detailers for the next 6 months, but I always leave a bit of wax mist markings sometimes. Would this wipe helps clean it up and give a very light wax and gloss while leaving no residue?
No wax, spray, wipe, or regular paste will not leave a residue Unless you take it off appropriately.

I usually do a total car detail myself twice a year to get that shiny new gloss.

If I garage the car (greatly preventing the dew at night from mixing with dirt/dust on the surface leading to mud and faster deterioration of the wav layer), then all I need to do each month is a full body wipe-down with 1, maybe 2 if dirty, sheets of The Glosser wipes.

The key here is to use another wipe once you've gotten the first loaded with dirt/debris (ie. Gray instead of white). No point pushing dirt around once the sheet is full of trapped dirt and can't pickup more.

Usually, one for hood+roof + rear, another for hood+ sides+ rims+doors along the seal line. Engine is usually the dirtiest part, so I usually use these leftover wipes to clean off the usual layer of dust that comes from commutes.

...

Then, to top off? I single microfiber cloth to gently and quickly and lightly hand buff the wax marks away. Because is harder to get the wax off if it dries too much, I usually buff after waxing each section with The Glosser.

Once it dries, The Glosser leaves a nicer shine than Meguairs quick wax, imo.

Total time for me is about 10-15 minutes max per month doing this.

...

I also use a clean section of The Glosser on the windows, then follow up with microfiber buff if it's not too dirty to require a windshield cleaner spray + squeegee. It's not the same as RainX, but does better than bare glass at keeping the glass clean (you can see when you leave the car out overnight and there's morning dew). But RainX is still better even in the summer at helping keep the windshield clean if you park outdoors and at night. (Helps the dirt roll away with the dew drops.)

...

Still, depends on how dirty your car gets and how often you clean it up. Certainly, if you're garaging at home and work, you could do fine with a light quick wax misting on top and front door surfaces, then wipe clean with a microfiber. I'd say this is very light cleaning.

In some cases of very well kept cars, a simple Swiffer 360 lightly used to pickup dust, followed by a light microfiber buff using the existing wax on the surface is all that's needed.

Light to medium and I'd use The Glosser.

Any dirtier and you'd want a proper wash to get all the dirt off.

...

Nice thing about The Glosser it can be used to clean off bicycles (no brakes or rims!!!), painted or powder coated backyard chairs, swings, etc conveniently as well.

...

So why wax at all?

No wax and any dirt/salt on the paint will eat through fast when water is present - acid rain. The wax coating can be replaced with a full car wrap (clear or colored) for the same protection.
Whenever the fingers don't glide smoothly over the painted surface, that's when you know you need a good waxing. Really better to maintain it so there's always a wax layer.

...

The quick wax spray can be better at loosening up bird poo to remove it, but I've found that usually, if it's not immediately removed, there will be a residual discoloration of the wax layer (or paint) left behind. Then, you'll need to switch to using meguairs gold class wax to wax and buff out that section to get it looking great again.

Gold Class wax does a great job fast with doorhandle pockets as well. Usually, there's fingernail markings that eventually collect dirt and look dark. Wax and buff and markings disappear fast.

...

Waxing just inside the door and trunk up to the rubber seal line, door jambs, also help keep the car cleaner and easier to maintain.

The waxed areas inside let you simply microfiber most of those areas clean rather than having to work at it. Helps especially along the lower edge of doors near the ground that pickup dirt fast, especially with window runoff inside and down the door to the drain holes at the bottom.

(Yep, you know the detailer isn't doing a good job if the bottom edge of the inside of doors is dirty. Another is door hinge areas.)
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