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Meguiar's Ultimate Wash & Wax 1.42L $19.99 (Was $28.99) | Chemtech CT18 Superwash 20L $69.99 (Was $142.99) @ Supercheap Auto


A couple of good car wash buys from Supercheap. Combine with Spend $80, Get $20 off

Meguiar's Ultimate Wash & Wax 1.42L

Unlike typical 'wash and wax' products, Meguiar's Ultimate Wash & Wax has powerful, long-lasting suds that don't flatten out. The incredibly high-sudsing action safely lifts and removes dirt and grime. The advanced chemical formula of Ultimate Wash & Wax also combines a unique, hybrid blend of premium Carnauba wax and synthetic polymer technology, which adds genuine wax protection to your paintwork, glass and wheels, while you wash! This wax top-up between regular maintenance, delivers lasting protection against UV damage, the elements, weathering, industrial fallout and road grime. Safe and superior cleaning, superior wax protection and a superior deep, glossy shine that's Meguiar's Ultimate Wash & Wax.

$19-$20 is the usual sale price. Currently $45.99 at Repco

Chemtech CT18 Superwash 20L

Chemtech CT18 Superwash is made for the driver who wants to wash their ride once, and wash it properly. This super concentrated pH neutral cleaning gel is made for jobs of all sizes from scooters and motorcycles all the way up to the biggest truck cleaner, with a biodegradable formula that is friendly to the planet but tough on grime.

Capable of breaking down caked on mud, dirt and mess encountered when driving through regional areas, this Chemtech truck wash detergent is suitable for spray, foam and handwashing applications to suit whatever facilities you have available. Safe to use on any surface, you can rest assured that whatever the scenario, Chemtech CT18 Superwash will have it shining like new in no time at all.

$142 at Repco

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  • Meguiar's Ultimate Wash & Wax is an excellent product and been using it on my car for years. Too bad there's no point grabbing a bottle due to the water restriction in Auckland..

    • Dont agree with you there. I found it a terrible product. Leaves streaks down your windows and looks terrible on darker paint. I have used a lot of different car detailing products over the years and cant recommend it at all. Before you ask, yes I used it correctly.

      • Also, they have it on "special" often.

        • And given I have a lot of experience detailing cars, your issues seems to be user related, not product related. You’re either not diluting the product down enough, or you’re getting water spots because you’re not drying your car

          • @ThatKiwiFella: I agreed with thatkiwifella. You gotta get the right water ratio, plus it's always good practice to dry your car after wash to ensure streak free and no water spot on your car. I've used Meguairs Gold Class, Amorall wash and wax, Amorall proglide, and Turtlewax Wash and Wax, and found this one to be best for my car. There are also tonnes of good reciews online like on YouTube etc. The fact that you have water streak suggest to me that you don't dry your car after washing? You can grab a large pack of microfibre towels from supercheap or bunnings to wipe the car dry..

      • Strange that you downvoted the post because you don’t like the product. It’s a bit like leaving a negative food review for a restaurant because you didn’t like the colour of the building

        • I think Devolution has a fair enough position - as far as your analogy is concerned it's someone pointing out that today's restaurant special might be cheap, but they ate it yesterday and found it disgusting, so being cheap isn't so great.
          It's may just be Devolution's opinion and experience, but I've found that people's cheapie's comments often add a lot to the headline deal.