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    Default product num for meg glaze/sealant?

    anyone got the product num for meg glaze/sealant plz? or a good glaze/sealer?

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    #7 is showcar shine which is a glaze .. if you want a decent glaze/sealer then Full Molecular Jacket (FMJ) is the mutts nuts , bit pricy though ..

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    #7 is the Glaze. As Tommy says.
    #21 is the Sealent.

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    Megs#21 sealant, i use it over AG SRP and lastly stick 2 layers of Collinite 476s on. 2 months down and still beading well.

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    when someone talk of meg#21 for example is the #21 the product number? my local car shop doesnt know of this he said its a number eg m0123?

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    you might struggle to get it local, if you go on cleanandshiny.co.uk you will see the products under sealants/waxes, the product number for the megs#21 is M2116 for the 473ml bottle, they price at £19.25 + p&p.
    If you can get someone to share with you can get a 1890ml bottle for £40.42 so nearly double for the same price, you can buy empty bottles etc from them. you do not need to use a lot the emphasis is on less is more with these products. I used cleanandshiny for my megs and collinite and have seen them at a detailing day on here so can recommend.

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    It's the Meguires number.

    From when I did the missus motor


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    Let me just offer some advice to help you guys get value for money. If you are going to use a sealant, try to avoid glazes.

    Glazes contain lots of oils. Sealants need to fully bond to the paintwork to provide the durability. It will struggle and not bond as it should if the car has glazes on it.

    If you are using a sealant, and also going to top with something like 476s, which will last around 6-12 months on its own from a single layer, consider if buying the sealant is worth the money and effort to use.

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    So what sealant and wax do you recommend?

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