Meguiar’s Introduces Hybrid Ceramic Wash & Wax, Wash Mitt

Meguiar’s Introduces Hybrid Ceramic Wash & Wax, Wash Mitt

“When paired together, the products provide a car-wash experience unlike any other,” the company said.

Meguiar’s recently introduced Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Wash & Wax and Meguiar’s Hybrid Wash Mitt.

“When paired together, the products provide a car-wash experience unlike any other,” the company asserted in a news release.

The new Hybrid Ceramic Wash & Wax is made up of two separate liquids that include a Hybrid Ceramic Wash and a Hybrid Ceramic SiO2 Boost.

“For those looking to achieve the ultimate car wash and paint protection right from home, simply mix these two components in a standard bucket and get ready to wash,” the company said.

During washing, the Hybrid Ceramic Wash works to foam and lift dirt for gentle cleaning, while the Hybrid Ceramic SiO2 Boost is a wax additive that creates instant, extreme water-beading protection. The wash & wax process also leaves behind a slick finish on the paint, making drying the vehicle’s exterior even easier, according to the company.

The Hybrid Wash Mitt features a two-sided, color-differentiated feature that helps users conveniently identify which side to use. The “wash” side is constructed with chenille microfiber to hold onto suds while gently lifting away dirt and grime to minimize swirling. The “wax” side is a plush microfiber to grab hold of the Hybrid Ceramic SiO2 Boost and spread it out evenly for maximum water-beading protection while washing.

Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Wash & Wax comes with 48 ounces of Hybrid Ceramic Wash and 8 ounces of Hybrid Ceramic SiO2 Boost, enough for approximately 16 washes. It has an MSRP of $19.99, while the Hybrid Wash Mitt has an MSRP of $9.99. Both products can be found in major retailers, auto specialty stores, and online merchants nationwide.

To learn more, visit www.meguiars.com.

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