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Author Subject: Stoners or Meguiars NXT?
Chris28190

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Post #1
Has anyone used either the Stoner Invisible Glass or the Meguiars NXT Glass Cleaner? Heard good reviews for both but not sure which one to order.

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 16:43
jsoulman

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I have used the Megs and was impressed. I only ever use Megs and Auto G and have never been disappointed with any of their products. I cant comment on the Stoner stuff as never used it.
Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 16:47
sarahsix

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Post #3
Auto glym fast glass on the insides and some stuff I cant remember the name of on the outsides. Its awesome, makes rain drops kinda run up your windscreen as you're driving along...will post the name of it when my personal car valeter and long suffering other half gets home Smile

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 18:40
smegal

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Post #4
Autosmart glass clear. under £20 for 5 litres. Will rape either!

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 19:03
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Post #5
I would recomend Autoglym glass poilsh, you apply it like a car polish and buff it off for a streak free finish.

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 20:51
vts_tibi

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Post #6
sarahsix wrote:
Auto glym fast glass on the insides and some stuff I cant remember the name of on the outsides. Its awesome, makes rain drops kinda run up your windscreen as you're driving along...will post the name of it when my personal car valeter and long suffering other half gets home Smile


The el cheapo version is RainX, better is Carlack Glass sealing kit, and the best is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hm97yZf-L-E

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 20:54
sarahsix

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Yeah i dont think its rainX we've got, cant remember what it is and i cant be bothered to go out to the shed to find out Wink

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 21:05
Chris28190

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vts_tibi wrote:
sarahsix wrote:
Auto glym fast glass on the insides and some stuff I cant remember the name of on the outsides. Its awesome, makes rain drops kinda run up your windscreen as you're driving along...will post the name of it when my personal car valeter and long suffering other half gets home Smile


The el cheapo version is RainX, better is Carlack Glass sealing kit, and the best is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hm97yZf-L-E


Might take a look into that looks good. I've tried RainX and it leaves marks over the window, wasn't impressed. Wanted something that will leave no marks.

Would it be any of these in the link?
http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/index.php?searchStr=Wolf%27s+Chemicals+glass+coating&_a=viewCat&Submit=

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 21:06
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Hmm...those dont look familiar, gonna go out in my pj's now and have a look Smile

Have returned from the wilderness that is Gareths mancave and all i could find was rainX weathershield, so it must be that Dunno

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 21:16
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Post #10
photos of you in the garden in the rain or it didn't happen.

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Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 22:40
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Freddy on his Broomstick wrote:
I have used the Megs and was impressed. I only ever use Megs and Auto G and have never been disappointed with any of their products. I cant comment on the Stoner stuff as never used it.


Serious post quoted for reference.

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 22:43
    jsoulman

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    Post #12
    dangti6 wrote:
    Freddy on his Broomstick wrote:
    I have used the Megs and was impressed. I only ever use Megs and Auto G and have never been disappointed with any of their products. I cant comment on the Stoner stuff as never used it.


    Serious post quoted for reference.


    I was actually gonna post a picture of a shiny broomstick underneath but then coulnt be bothered. Anyway, all of my posts are serious, Freddy dont joke!
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:06
    dangti6

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    Post #13
    Pic of you holding your broomstick between your legs?

    Love

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:12
    jsoulman

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    Post #14
    As you wish, dont laugh at the size.

    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:16
    dangti6

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    Post #15
    Yours doesn't have hair on. Fact.

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:17
    jsoulman

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    Post #16
    dangti6 wrote:
    Yours doesn't have hair on. Fact.


    This is indeed true fact and it hasnt even started itching yet! WIN. Hang on... that was jsoulw**k not me, I'm Freddy.
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:18
    dangti6

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    Post #17
    Is it fluffy?

    Of course. As you were.

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:19
    jsoulman

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    Post #18
    dangti6 wrote:
    Is it fluffy?


    Smooth as a new born thats had chemo.. Yes

    s**t even I feel bad after that comment.
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:22
    jsoulman

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    Post #19
    I knew I should have quoted that Daniel! Feel bad did ya? Had to take that picture of a kid with a cleft down eh? Whistle
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:28
    dangti6

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    That was between me and you. Was purely the irony of the title... I felt even more bad you than you felt no doubt LOL

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:29
    jsoulman

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    Post #21
    You should have 'cleft' it up there. I dont feel bad anyway, im Freddy. Freddy dont feel feelings!
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:31
    dangti6

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    Post #22
    I had to keep a stiff upper lip.

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:32
    jsoulman

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    Just gotta grin and bear it!
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:33
    dangti6

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    Post #24
    Has Freddy been fingered yet?

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  • Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:34
    jsoulman

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    Post #25
    Hopefully this weekend, thats why I got the Veet. s**t that wasnt me, I keep forgetting.
    Posted 2nd Aug 2012 at 23:36

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