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Eagle One Nanowax
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Posted 5/29/2006 12:33 PM
Dahappybanana

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Eagle One Nanowax

What are your guys feel on the Eagle One Nanotechnology and whatnot. I am looking for something I can get at Wal-Mart and not cost a ton. I know other products probably beat it, but I need a good shine by tomorrow and have no rotart tools or anything like that, just towels and a pressure washer. What products should I get and how should I use them?
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Posted 5/29/2006 12:54 PM
Dahappybanana

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Re: Eagle One Nanowax

or would Meguiar's wax be a better choice, I have seen that some of your people tend to like it.
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Posted 5/29/2006 7:34 PM
Dahappybanana

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Re: Eagle One Nanowax

Well I purchased Meguiar's NXT Generation wax.
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Posted 5/29/2006 11:15 PM
JohnL

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Re: Eagle One Nanowax

Dahappybanana - 5/29/2006 4:34 PM Well I purchased Meguiar's NXT Generation wax.

Good choice!  The wax is easy to use and gives a good shine.  I like the NXT Gen line of products.

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Posted 6/26/2006 11:31 AM
norb
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Re: Eagle One Nanowax

Good choice as well on the NXT, I tried nano and it didn't do it for me.
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Posted 6/26/2006 10:32 PM
fgwinn

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RE: Eagle One Nanowax

I have tried the Eagle One Nanowax and it does not compare well to the Meguiar's NXT Generation wax. In addition to being more difficult to work with, it seems to "spoil" if stored for an extended period of time after it is opened.
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