New Meguiar’s Car Wash Promises to Clean and Fix Scuff Marks

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Some of us love washing our cars. We spend hours and hours on the weekend starting with a clay bar, then hand washing, then waxing, then who knows what else. But for others, time is of the essence. Meguiar’s has a new car wash solution that appears to address those time constraints by cleaning, lightly polishing, and even removing blemishes like scuff marks.

It sounds like a time saver to us. Here’s the full release from Meguiar’s;



It’s A Car Wash, Plus a Whole Lot More!!!!

Irvine, Calif. (2017) – Meguiar’s® the world’s leader in car care products, introduced today its new Car Wash Plus+, formulated with special polishing agents that provide deep cleaning, plus remove bugs & tar,  plus polish away light stains and scuff marks, improving a vehicle’s paint appearance and creating a polished look, all while washing.

Meguiar’s Car Wash Plus+ also helps car owners save time with its innovative application method.  The super concentrated formula is applied directly to a wet wash mitt so that no bucket is required.  And while Meguiar’s® Car Wash Plus+ is ideal for cleaning extremely dirty and neglected vehicles, it’s gentle enough to use as a regular wash.

To use Car Wash Plus+, first rinse the car to remove any loose dirt and to cover the vehicle with water. Then, simply apply a ribbon of Car Wash Plus+ onto a wet wash mitt and start washing the wet vehicle one section at a time, starting from the top. As the wash mitt gets dirty, simply spray off the dirt, or rinse in a bucket, and apply a little more product to the wash mitt as needed.  Be sure to rinse and dry the car to prevent water spotting, and for best results, finish with Meguiar’s® Ultimate Quik Wax or new Ultimate Fast Finish for durable protection & shine.

Meguiar’s new Car Wash Plus+ will be available at major auto specialty stores and online retailers nationwide, beginning in early 2017 with an MSRP of $9.99.

Chad Kirchner
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In addition to Chad Kirchner's work here, he's a freelance automotive journalist for outlets around the world.

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