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I like having a good coat of wax on my cars. And New Finish is my favorite product. Lasts longer than any other I've tried. My driveway is road base, dusty. Keeping a good coat of NF on it makes dusting it off with the California Duster easy and effective. Smoooth. :cool:

Also, got my new plates. What a pleasant surprise! I got the "old" red, white, and blue plates instead of the "new" (old) orange on black fugly ones! :D.
 

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Are you referring to "Nu-Finish" car polish?

If so, I agree with you.... it lasts as long as any polish if not longer... and is very easy to apply.
 

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No clue how good the stuff is. Just plain lazy on my part. My wife had bought the stuff for her car and I started using it. Fast Wax from Rain-X. Can apply while the car is still wet. I've always hand dried the car and you can just spray this stuff on in small areas and wipe dry the car normally. No buffing.

I've had older used cars for so long, that I haven't waxed a car in years. Just drive them till they drop.
 

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I use Rain-X on my windshield. Great stuff. Haven't tried their Fast Wax. But yeah, NU-Finish. Lasts and lasts. Been using it for years.

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I like having a good coat of wax on my cars. And New Finish is my favorite product. Lasts longer than any other I've tried. My driveway is road base, dusty. Keeping a good coat of NF on it makes dusting it off with the California Duster easy and effective. Smoooth. :cool:

Also, got my new plates. What a pleasant surprise! I got the "old" red, white, and blue plates instead of the "new" (old) orange on black fugly ones! :D.
Ok so how's the Nu-Finish holding up all these years later? My 2017 is starting to show its age. It's the Cajun Red Tint Coat, and it's starting to look like it won't be long until it's powdery here in 2022. The sun is chewing up the roof especially.

Suppose it would help put a little shine on? Or is it a lost cause? (My bolt is literally the first new car I've bought in my life, I've never considered paint as a thing I might care about until recently)
 
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