Nu Finish- The Once A Year Car Polish - Review




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Chuck Pestacchi: I agree, you put on way too much product, and made your work harder removing. This is a very old product. Now a days, there are much better products available. Get yourself a newer product to try.

bigBen bigBen: 🤔🤔🤔 I guess he didn't see the "no rubbing, no buffing" on bottle

carl martin: Don't understand what is going on with this drill stuff. Wax on, wax off. That simple.

tripjet999: "Once a year"? What a friggin' JOKE!

The first time it rains, the thin wax layer will be half gone.

jim davidson: You need to wet sand that red first. Use 1,000, then 2,000 then 3,000 grit paper on a DA polisher WITH water. Then use Meguiar's Ultra Compound followed by their Ultra Polish. Then top it off with a wax or sealant.

jim davidson: You know you have to apply a second coat 30 days after the first? Read it on the NuFinish web site.

David Boyd: Who the freak uses a polishing machine. Lol

Tim Johnson: I miss my Mazda 2600i. I loved that truck. I bought Nu Finish thinking it was wax. I then "waxed" all three of my vehicles. It did a very good job. Now I find out it's polish. I don't know the difference. Yeah, you probably need to use rubbing compound first...then polish. The ole girl needs time and attention.

Bo Jackson: 😂😂😂

BRUCE JEANDUC: Nu finish is crap

Eilia M: Please someone tell me if you have to wax your car after applying this product because I heard that you must wax after polishing since there’s nothing to protect your paint after polishing. Thank you!

JiNN Thao: awesome!

Mike Williamz: 🤣🤣🤣 What a DUMBASS!! The instructions don't even recommend doing all that he did on that POS Truck!

jeff rip: That is one impressive taped line comparison 6:00

Randy Morobitto: If you still have the truck, I'll help you spend some money.    It looks like single-stage paint, so rather than attacking it with rubbing compound, try this first:  Meguiar' M-07 Show Car Glaze.    It has their "Trade Secret Oils," that WILL improve the shine without grinding off any to bring the paint back to life.    Assume you will need to apply it at least twice; the final application should not be allowed to dry.    The surface will actually squeak when you rub it with the microfiber!    The idea is to use "the least aggressive means possible," because you only have so much paint.    M-07 has NO wax/sealant, so it will NOT last if it's left alone, so you need to put a wax or sealant over it.    Meguiars says that all their products are designed to work together, but I'll throw this possibility out there: Do the M-07 treatment, then rewash the truck, and, if you still want to use the Nu Finish, go for it.    You COULD skip the NF, and use NXT Wax, or the Ultimate Paste or Liquid Wax, and even throw some carnauba-based wax over them, if you so desire.        Here's the forum posting; start from there:             https://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/ask-expert-featuring-mike-phillips/25304-secret-removing-oxidation-restoring-show-car-finish-antique-single-stage-paints.html

Fern Whitaker: good job, young fella. thanks for taking the time to post. May want to try some rubbing compound next time you do all of this. It will get rid of oxidation and make your car really shine. Good luck!

American Glitcher: Lmao you don’t know what you are doing

Paul L: That drill polisher would work fine for your fingernails

Luis Calvillo: Bro: wash, rubbing compound, wax, then polish-lightly.

Arihant Jain: not so much shine, very little difference.
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Nu Finish- The Once A Year Car Polish - Review 5 out of 5

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