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32 oz. McKee's 37 360™ Corrects, Cleans, Seals

Mirror-like gloss after just one step!

360™ by McKee's 37 is a revolutionary new product that combines correction, cleaning, and sealing into one simple step. This all-in-one wonder eliminates the need to use a separate mild swirl remover, paint cleanser, and sealant, yet you achieve the same depth, gloss, and slickness! McKee's 37 360™ is total car care made easier.

McKee's 37 360™ is a breakthrough in quality car care. I say “quality” because there are many cleaner wax type products on the market that just do not perform. But McKee's 37 360™ does everything you’d expect from a one step product and a lot more.

Corrects. McKee's 37 360™ does what no mere cleaner wax can do; it removes light swirls and imperfections to leave the paint looking flawless. Ultra fine abrasives - so fine they are not perceptible by sight or touch - gently blend away fine blemishes and visibly smooth the paint. Light spider webbing and water spots vanish. McKee's 37 360™ works like a mild swirl remover but, remarkably, it eliminates the need for a separate cleansing lotion or sealant.

Cleans. McKee's 37 360™ contains cleaning agents to remove oxidation and uncover the glossy, vibrant paint underneath. Any type of paint instantly appears deeper, glossier, with more vivid color. McKee's 37 360™ removes dull films and wax build-up to bring new life to the paint.

Seals. Besides correcting and cleaning the paint, McKee's 37 360™ deposits a glossy, slick layer of durable polymer protection. This is not a one step product that has to be followed up with another sealant for real protection. McKee's 37 360™ is a premium paint sealant that will provide months of paint protection against salt, water, industrial pollution, UV rays, insects, and road grime. McKee's 37 360™ is so effective as a sealant, you’d have a tough time distinguishing its mirror-like finish from other premium non-cleaning paint sealants.

Apply 3 drops of 360 directly onto a foam polishing pad
Apply 3 quarter-sized drops of polish onto a foam polishing pad
Set speed at 4 on your Porter Cable 7424xp
Set polisher to speed 4 setting
Work the polish into the paint until it disappears
Work the polish up and down and side to side until it disappears
McKee's 37 360™ is an absolute time-saver. Go from washing to drying to McKee's 37 360™ and you’re done. This user-friendly product does not require buffing. Polish McKee's 37 360™ until it disappears. It leaves no stubborn haze. Even when applied in the sun, McKee's 37 360™ is a breeze to apply and remove.

McKee's 37 360™ is designed for application with a buffer. Its thick consistency prevents it from being absorbed into foam pads too quickly (This effect is even more impressive when used with CCS Foam Pads by Lake Country, made to keep more product on the pad’s surface). Excellent lubrication provides adequate working time to allow the cleaners and abrasives to do their job. Once the abrasives have broken down, McKee's 37 360™ literally disappears as you polish. Not only does McKee's 37 360™ combine three detailing steps, it eliminates buffing to save you even more time!

McKee's 37 360™ is a professional detailer’s dream. On vehicles that are in good condition, McKee's 37 360™ is all you need to completely transform a customer’s vehicle in the time it would normally take just to apply the wax.

McKee's 37 360™ performs like three products in the time it takes to apply one product. It requires no buffing. It looks flawless on any color paint. And, it has an addictive cherry scent. McKee's 37 360™ could be the perfect all-in-one product.

You be the judge. Try 360™ by McKee's 37 on your own vehicle and see how much time and effort it saves you. Compare the results to what you get from your multi-step process. 360™ by McKee's 37 will become your go-to product for one-step paint correction, cleaning, and sealing.

User Tip: A customer emailed us with this great suggestion. McKee's 37 360 works well as a one-step polish/wax on marine gel coat when used with a rotary polisher. In just one step, your boat will have fewer imperfections and a glossy, protective coating!





Directions:
  1. Prep the vehicle by washing and drying it. Use McKee's 37 Power Wash and then one of the Cobra Guzzler Waffle Weave Microfiber Drying Towels.
  2. We recommend applying McKee's 37 360™ with a Porter Cable 7424XP. For the best results, use the CCS White Polishing/Finishing Foam Pad by Lake Country. Apply a quarter size amount of McKee's 37 360™ onto the pad.
  3. With the polisher turned off, spread McKee's 37 360™ over a 2 x 2 sq. ft. section to avoid splatter.
  4. Set the maximum speed at 4-5 on the Porter Cable 7424XP. Work McKee's 37 360™ in a back and forth, overlapping motion.
  5. Continue to polish even as the product dries. McKee's 37 360™ disappears, leaving nothing on the paint but a clean, glossy shine. There is no need to buff.


32 oz.

32 oz. McKee's 37 360™ Corrects, Cleans, Seals

Our Price: $29.99
Item ID: MK37-3601
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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55% Recommend this product (6 of 11 responses)
By Jamie
Gouverneur,NY
October 5, 2016
Amazing Prewax Product
If you use this before wax you will be glad you did. I used this product on my wife's 11 yrs old car. Amazing result on bringing the color out. The depth of color is worth it. I even used it on my sisters vehicle that hasn't been waxed since it was purchased 1 1/2 yrs ago. It definately corrects,cleaned,sealed the paint. She said she doesn't want to drive it and get it dirty.
ProsCorrects, Cleans, Seals, Easy to apply with a polisher
Cons
By DETAIL FINESSE
NAPLES, FL
June 25, 2015
DECENT ALL IN ONE
I have used this on my own car and several customers' cars over the past 3 months now and I can comment on how it performs. It offers minimal cut and I find it works better with foam pads than with microfiber pads. I like that it can be used in direct sunlight and it doesn't immediately dry up when doing so. It smells nice......like cherries! It wipes off very easily and leaves a great gloss behind. On my own car I have found that it lasts quite a long time. It's been on for 3 months now, washed every week and still beading up like crazy. No complaints there. A few things could be improved, however, in my humble opinion. First of all, contrary to what the chart says, it DOES STAIN PLASTIC MOLDINGS. Mask them off. Fortunately I found this out on my own car before using it on a paying customer's car. Secondly, it could offer more cut. Third it seems to be a bit greasy or oily making it very hard to wash out of the pads it's used with. I have a feeling that this oiliness is what makes it possible to use it in direct sunlight without drying out, but it makes it a real bear to wash it out of pads. Interestingly the XMT line of polishes can also be used in direct sunlight and are not oily like this is, allowing them to wash out of my pads like any other polish. Curious. Perhaps it's the waxes and polymers that gum up the pads? With these observations and experiences, I still like Meguiar's D151 as my go to All In One. It cuts much better, finishes just as well as this, lasts about 3 to 4 months and washes right out of my pads. It can also be used with microfiber pads making it just that much more tailorable to each specific job. D151 can be harder to wipe off, however. This is overall a nice all in one and performs very well. If Pinnacle can do something about it's washability from pads, give it the same amount of cut as Meg's D151, but keep its ease of removal, and deliver on the promise not to stain moldings, this would be the ultimate all in one and would be the only one I would use. For now I'll stick with the D151 as it's a better all around product at this point. It's also significantly less expensive. I don't mind paying a premium, but it better be worth the premium. At this point, XMT 360 is a decent product, but it needs a bit more development and a bit of tweaking to be worth the premium that's charged for it. If you've been using Meguiar's D151 as your all in one, you will think you're moving backwards with this one. It just doesn't offer nearly as much correction, but it does wipe off much more easily. Use this on cars that aren't very swirled out and it's perfect. Need more correction, you'll be disappointed. It's a nice product and I like it, but factoring in price and capability, Meg's D151 is better. Just my humble opinion after using each side by side for the last several months in a professional detailing environment on numerous different cars and types of paint.
ProsOffers minimal cut and correction, finishes very well, no dusting and wipes off easily leaving no residue to buff away. Durable protection left behind lasts for months
ConsVery hard to wash out of pads, stains moldings despite the manufacturer claiming otherwise, could offer better cut and correction (Meguiar's D151 does!). I would consider it more of a cleaner wax than an all in one.
By jeff
Tampa, Florida
December 22, 2014
Awesome
This stuff is awesome! It works great and nothing is easier to wipe off. Smells like bubble gum
ProsSo easy to work with
Consnone
By Ken Molina
Fort Stewart, GA
October 22, 2014
Works like a charm
So far this wax has left a better shine than any of the other I have used. Truly easy to use.
ProsNo residue and is truly a wipe on wipe off product.
ConsDoes not do well to remove minor scratches.
By Chris in Georgia
Atlanta, Georgia
June 1, 2014
Awesome one step/AIO for daily drivers
I bought XMT 360 to evaluate for use as a One Step/AIO for daily drivers with good to lightly neglected paint. My only use so far was on my Dad's almost two year old Pearl White Honda Odyssee van. After a meticulous wash I had use clay to remove some super stubborn overspray from the paint and glass. After the overspray and any bonded surface contaminants were removed I went to XMT 360 with a LC black pad on my Flex 3401 to remove light wash/towelling marks and to clean and seal the finish. The van is garaged when not in use but far from pampered. It gets driven in whatever weather conditions exist when he decides to drive it. Maintenance prior to this detail was occasional washes with parts store car wash solutions and a single coat of parts store wax since new. A visual inspection of the paint during and after the claying process indicated that a light to medium polish would likely eliminate any defects short of RIDS and a few tiny nicks and chips. I thought it would be a great test of this product. In the interest of using the least aggressive means of obtaining the desired results as well as not wanting to risk ending up with any pad induced marks in the final finish I done a test spot on the hood using the black LC finishing pad. The result was 100% removal of defects and a very smooth, slick surface with a great gloss. With a new, clean dry pad (primed of course) the product worked down and basically disappeared as advertised. As long as I kept my pads clean this performance continued throughout the polishing process. If I pushed and went more than a section or two between pad cleanings I'd get a light residue as the wet, "dirty" pad wouldn't work the product away. Well, duh... Even so, what residue that left easily wiped away using a MF towel with no affect on the end results. In hindsight I wish I had done a test spot using a white LC polishing pad. The black pad did the job but it just felt a bit "mushy" for a true AIO type polishing process. I'm new to LC pads and don't have any real experience with the white polishing pad but from what I've read I don't think it would have caused any marring using 360. This being a freebie job with a compressed time frame I didn't take the gamble. Pad choice aside, I loved the working characteristics and results of this product. The only remaining question in my mind is how and how long the sealant/protection properties hold up. Time will tell.
ProsIf you "work clean" there is little to no wiping/clean up. Good working time. Great finish and gloss for an AIO. Actually finishes better than a lot of finishing waxes I've used.
ConsNot necessarily a "con", or product shortcoming but to work as advertised there is little tolerance for pushing between pad cleanings. I'd stop short of calling this a con and maybe classify it as a fair notice that if you skimp on working clean you will not get the advertised work until product disappears, no wiping characteristic.