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This is a bit of a weird post for me, so I apologize in advance if I mess something up. I had to return something from Advance Auto today and when i was looking around (to be honest I was curious to see if they had Meguiar's new Ceramic Detailer and new updated version of my longtime favorite (Ultimate Quik Detailer) that I saw on their Instagram, and to my surprise, they had both.

The deal is that both products, plus some more (Ceramic Hybrid Detailer, Ultimate Quik Detailer, Ultimate Quik Wax, Ultimate Leather Detailer) had little rebate tags on them (similar to what was posted on here for the new ceramic spray wax last year). The Ceramic Hybrid Detailer was a $5 rebate and the other three products had $3 rebates. Limit 3 rebate submissions per product. There didn't seem to be a unique code or anything, so the product can probably be purchased anywhere, but they can definitely be found at Advance. Neither product (from what I saw at least) is even available on their website, so this is definitely very new. I have pictures of both rebate tags, but SlickDeals for some reason won't allow me to add a picture to this post. The one for the three Ultimate products is MEG2020ULT and the Ceramic one is MEG2020HCD.

Hope this helps some of you out there!

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Figured out a way to share the images of the deal. Mods, feel free to remove if not allowed, or use one of the images as the deal picture.


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Ugh, I'm sorry I clicked on & read this non-sense.

I don't know who the f*#% is using antibacterial soap when washing a vehicle... but I stopped reading when coconut oil was mentioned. I love coconut & how it tastes but can we stop acting like it can be used as a substitute for EVERYTHING (moisturizer, sexual lubricant... now car wax)??
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Thanks man, just what I was looking for. I love comparing insurance quotes.
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Thank you I learned about eco friendly light bulbs.
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I just got a new to me vehicle. I was reading up clay bars, waxing, ceramic. Honestly never done any of this before. Can someone lend some insight as tk how they would use this product on a vehicle that has never had more than a simple wash?
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I just got a new to me vehicle. I was reading up clay bars, waxing, ceramic. Honestly never done any of this before. Can someone lend some insight as tk how they would use this product on a vehicle that has never had more than a simple wash?
This is just for easy to use waxes and detailers (very easy to use short term wax).

If you have shampoo, clay bar and polisher, then this would be the last step. Id recommend getting a sealant like the below. TW S&S is easy to use. That will last up to a year on the car. Then the products here or elsewhere can be used for weekly, biweekly or whenever you do them maintenance washes to help with drying and add a little layer of wax over the sealant.

https://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Wax...477&sr=8-1

Without getting too much into it, Meguiars makes an easy quick detailer that I think is very afforable. The Quik Wax mentioned in this thread is smaller size if you want to try it out. There is more advanced methods with using a rinseless wash but I'd start here and see how it goes.

https://www.amazon.com/MEGUIARS-D...632&sr=8-1
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I just got a new to me vehicle. I was reading up clay bars, waxing, ceramic. Honestly never done any of this before. Can someone lend some insight as tk how they would use this product on a vehicle that has never had more than a simple wash?
Clay barring is a lot of work. If you wash and wax your car regularly you should be good without the need to clay bar that often. I would worry more about washing/waxing enough first. Just my opinion though.
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Clay barring is a lot of work. If you wash and wax your car regularly you should be good without the need to clay bar that often. I would worry more about washing/waxing enough first. Just my opinion though.
people make it very difficult when you can find a lot of tutorial online, this one is my favorite [youtube.com]
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people make it very difficult when you can find a lot of tutorial online, this one is my favorite [youtube.com]
Nothing about it is difficult. It's just very time consuming only doing a small area at a time.
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So what were the final prices of each product then?
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So what were the final prices of each product then?
Ceramic Hybrid Detailer $16.99 - $5 = $11.99. The other 3 that he mentioned have $3 rebate so maybe subtract that to the price? 🤷🏻 ♂️ Also, prices vary per retail store.
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I just got a new to me vehicle. I was reading up clay bars, waxing, ceramic. Honestly never done any of this before. Can someone lend some insight as tk how they would use this product on a vehicle that has never had more than a simple wash?
Depends on how much elbow grease you want to do, or some people like me find it therapeutic or labor of love. I hate doing claybar, I try to do it once a year now that in getting older. I now just give the car a good wash, and use turtle wax as you dry. It doesn't beat a hour or two or hand applying wax. But it provides decent protection for every day elements.
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these are consumer grade which will last a few months. save money and buy the meguiars detailer line that comes in a gallon and can be diluted. whatever you do please don't wash with dish soap and a mop. get a good 5' DA polisher and an all in one polish like 3D HD Speed and a good wax/ceramic coating like meguiars ceramic coating coming out next month or carpro cquartz.
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