This is the spray wax that we use on all our washes where we do not use a paste wax on.
The search for the perfect quick detail spray is perhaps an endless pursuit. A “quick detailer” can mean many different things to many different people. Personally, I don’t use QD sprays for cleaning as I find rinse less washing to be more effective and it feels more safe, so I prefer to save these QD sprays for use as a drying aid or for a post wash wipe down to boost protection, add gloss, increase slickness, and clean up any residual water droplets that I may have missed while drying.
I decided to give Meguiar’s D156 Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax a try after reading many satisfied reviews on it. This product is said to enhance gloss and protection, while also being easy to use… sounds like a winning combination.
I have used this product on both wet and dry surfaces, and have been very pleased in every instance. I typically mist the product onto a damp panel as I am drying, and then wipe it off with my drying towel. D156 adds noticeable slickness and wipes away easily without streaking or smearing. As with most quick detail spray, less is more, so you only need a light mist of product onto the panel. It took me no more than 10 minutes to go over my own cars, and the end result looked great. Very little effort, no mess, and a great shine.
If you’re looking for a great quick detailer that is effortless to use, looks great, and helps to boost the appearance and protection of your vehicle, Meguiar’s D156 may be just what you need. It is sold in a 128 oz (1 gallon) size and is a ready-to-use (RTU) product, therefore no dilution is required. I also highly recommend picking up a Meguiar’s D156 spray bottle and chemical resistant sprayer to go along with it.