Awesome spray wax
November 28, 2013
Meguiar's D156 is a great spray wax. Easy to apply and buff off and leaves the paint super slick like the paint was just waxed or sealed. I use D156 as a drying aid along with a damp microfiber towel and it makes drying much easier and safer. I also like to mist the wheels to remove any water spots left over from the wash, but also to add a little bit of protection. D156 works great on glass, but I refrain from getting it on the windshield as it tends to make the wipers skip, nothing against the product, though. I even use D156 on some plastic trim like the front grille, fog light covers, belt moldings, and those pieces always bead water. Another thing about D156, it beads water like I've never seen before. Water literally dances off the paint. This stuff, if used often (I use it after every wash, every week or so), really makes washing the paint effortless. I've had bugs stuck on the front bumper for a week, sometimes two weeks (when I'm being lazy), and they come off so easily, most times during the rinsing/foaming process. Meg's D156 is some serious stuff, it's affordable, and a little goes a long way. The more you use, the more difficult it becomes to remove, so spray each panel with one or two light mists, that's all. I've purchased two gallons so far and I know I'll be getting more.