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Hi,

I've been using meguiar's NXT wax, which works pretty good for me. I used the applicator pad that comes with it but I want to replace it with a new one now.

I went to the store a while ago and found Meguiar's foam wax applicators pads. I didn't use them though as the surface of the pad is way harder than the applicator pad I had.

Is there anything that's softer and better or are foam pads just fine? I don't want to scratch up the paint! Pretty visible on a black car!

Thanks!!
 

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I don't think you can scratch your clearcoat with a foam pad unless it's dirty.

I put NXT on with a Turtle Wax foam bonnet on my RO buffer, and it works fine.
 

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luciano136 said:
Hi,

I've been using meguiar's NXT wax, which works pretty good for me. I used the applicator pad that comes with it but I want to replace it with a new one now.

I went to the store a while ago and found Meguiar's foam wax applicators pads. I didn't use them though as the surface of the pad is way harder than the applicator pad I had.

Is there anything that's softer and better or are foam pads just fine? I don't want to scratch up the paint! Pretty visible on a black car!

Thanks!!
The Megs foam pads are OK for your black car they are designed to apply wax...you cold also use a micro fiber one if you like, you can find them here if you are interested

http://www.poorboysworld.com
 
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