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1-Gallon Meguiar's Last Touch Spray Detailer EXPIRED

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Amazon has 1-Gallon Meguiar's Last Touch Spray Detailer (D15501) for $16.18. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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Note: In stock April 27, 2021.

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Amazon has Meguiar's D15501 Last Touch Spray Detailer, 1 Gallon for $16.20. Subscribe and Save is available. Shipping is free with Prime.

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Solid deal and lowest price according to the Camel. Thanks for posting!
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I'm guessing this can't replace the Aero Cosmetics waterless wash, right?
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This is a solid deal. Used this product many times as lube for clay bar. Deal is perfect timing as Im nearly out of my last supply. Thanks OP.
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Good, now I need deal on clay bars.
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How does this compare to Chemical Guy's V07?
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Quote from armedmetallica :
I'm guessing this can't replace the Aero Cosmetics waterless wash, right?
Two different products but I will give you my experience with Wolfgang and Optimum No rinse products.

I find the lubricity of waterless wash products to be very low. I find that I get better lubricity using detailing sprays applied very liberally. Now waterless washes may offer more protection due to their polymers, but that's above my head. In my experiences I just haven't seen it.
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This is a spray and wipe detailer right?
Not a wax
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Anyone have a car or motorcycle with satin or matte finish. What type of products do you use on it. I have a Ducati motorcycle that has satin black paint and I'm always worried about what products to use to avoid introducing a shine.
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Quote from turnne :
This is a spray and wipe detailer right?
Not a wax
It's more of a waterless, drying agent, clay lube spray. Personally, I like ONR.
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Two different products but I will give you my experience with Wolfgang and Optimum No rinse products.

I find the lubricity of waterless wash products to be very low. I find that I get better lubricity using detailing sprays applied very liberally. Now waterless washes may offer more protection due to their polymers, but that's above my head. In my experiences I just haven't seen it.
thanks - that's what i figured. this stuff was cheaper by the gal so figured worth looking at.
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Quote from donaldinc :
It's more of a waterless, drying agent, clay lube spray. Personally, I like ONR.
This is a detail spray. But it can be used in all of the ways you mentioned.
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I use Wolfgang Uber concentrate to make my own detail spray. 3oz makes a gallon of detailer, so you can make about 5 gallons from one $20 bottle https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B017KSJ5ZK/
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Any input on how this compares to Griot's Speed Shine? I'm getting low. Typically just clay bar lube.
Edit - bought. Reviews seem to say similar. After all, just a clay lube.
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