Meguiar’s Hyper Dressing is one of the most well-known dressings on the market today not just because of its effectiveness, but most of all because of its versatility. Whether you like gloss or a satin look, Meguiar’s Hyper Dressing can be diluted to obtain any look you want. I tried Meguiar’s Hyper Dressing myself and want to provide my thoughts about this popular product. As a full disclosure, Meguiar’s supplied me with this product to test and write an review on.

Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Spray Wax is one of the more popular ones in the hybrid ceramic category that makes it easy to apply a protectant on your car’s paint. Because of the easy spray-on-rinse-off application, it caters to those who may not have as much time or those who don’t want to go through the trouble of the application and buffing process. Meguiar’s provided me with this product to test and review, which I will do my best to offer my honest opinion on, as well as my experience with the product.

What you use to dry a car with may seem menial and not even be worth discussing, but there really is more to it than just using any ‘ol towel to dry your car. Of course, using any kind of towel will work, but there are some that dry better than others and do it in slightly different ways. One of the first ones that I started using many years ago and that I still use to this day is the Meguiar’s Water Magnet Microfiber Drying Towel.

Using a clay bar has been the traditional way of mechanically decontaminating a car’s paint, but for some time now there have been some other alternatives such as using a clay mitt or a clay pad. Meguiar’s sent me this product, the Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit, which I tried out and would like to share my thoughts. This kit includes Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Detailer, as well as a synthetic clay pad and a microfiber towel.

There’s more than one way to do a deep clean on your car’s windows. There’s the method of using an abrasive like a polish such as Bar Keeper’s Friend or Weiman Cooktop Cleaner if you already own these household items. However, my preference for cleaning windows is to use either 0000 steel wool or a white scotch pad along with glass cleaner.

Meguiar’s offers a line-up of microfiber cutting and finishing discs that attaches to your typical hook-and-loop backing plate. Meguiar’s provided these products for the purpose of this review. Meguiar’s has two cutting discs and one finishing disc. I’ve tested these three discs and of these three, my favorite is the Microfiber Cutting Disc due to its all-around effectiveness when doing more serious paint corrections.

If you’re someone who does paint corrections, even if it’s the occasional one, this tool is an amazing device to have. It covers you whenever you don’t have that optimal lighting such as direct sunlight or good shop lighting to check the paint condition. I am really impressed by the high build quality of this paint inspection light and highly recommend it because of its incredible light output and color temperature customization.

Meguiar’s supplied me with their signature purple Endurance Tire Gel for this review. This tire gel is a solvent-based tire dressing that offers medium gloss, however it can be applied in multiple coats if you desire a high-gloss shine. After using this product on several vehicles, I can attest to the many rave reviews touting its performance and value. The tire gel offers UV protection for about 2-3 weeks, which is pretty typical. It also doesn’t appear to sling off the tires when applied properly. The price is right at about $12-$13 at the time of this review.

On this guide, I’m focusing on removing heavy orange peel and the techniques used to do this. Typically the process involves sanding or wet-sanding the vehicle from lower to higher grit, then following up with an aggressive compound to buff/polish the small scratches out. I will be demonstrating both dry and wet-sanding techniques, as well as following up with a Meguiar’s compound, microfiber cutting pad, and a long throw polisher to finish it off.