Meguiars G7014J Paste Wax Review
Here is our quick review of the Meguiars Carnauba paste wax that we thought was pretty good value for money. The reason we included this one on our site was that it appeared to be getting great reviews on quite a few websites. As always we then checked this one out for ourselves and were well impressed with the results that we got.
As you know we are pretty critical about products but when we see a good one we like to check it out. On a product at Amazon with almost 100 reviews, it catches your eye when you see an average 4.7 out of 5. It is almost certain that a product that gets high and consistent ratings with a large number of reviews is indeed an excellent one.
Review Summary of this Meguiars Paste Wax
Most of us will be used to a liquid wax, so just be aware that this comes in a paste version. For those of you who have not used a paste before, it is a lot easier than using a liquid. I would honestly urge you to give a paste type a try so as you can see for yourself. This product does come with an application sponge for applying it.
This one does cost more than your average wax, but in my opinion, you get a fabulous return for your money. I tried this one out on a 12 year old car, and the shine was amazing. No streaks, easy to apply and take off and just a great result. Here are a couple of customer images so as you get a feel for what it can do.
When I took the wax off initially the car looked really good. I did however do it again with a little added elbow grease and when that was done, it looked even better. As you know with a black car especially, white dust can be a problem, but not with this one. As I have recommended before do a small area at a time, but do give the wax a chance to do its work. Avoid doing large areas and you will be ok when it comes to buffing this one off.
Many people make the big mistake of trying to do a large area of their vehicle at once. That is just not a good idea and you get way better results if you just focus on a small area and do a really good job on that. Yes it does take longer that way, but well worth the effort when you see the finished job.