Surface Preparation


Meguiar’s Ultimate Shine Competition 2013 tips

Detailing and photography tips for ensuring you capture that ‘mirror like’ shine that the Meguiar’s New Zealand team is looking for in the 2013 Ultimate Shine competition.


Machine Polishers

Dual Action Polisher vs Orbital Buffer vs Rotary Buffer - find out what the difference is between the three machine polishers and which one is the right tool for you.


Meguiar’s Answers Frequently Asked Questions about Swirl Marks

Find the answers to commonly asked questions about Swirl Marks. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Feel free to ask the Meguiar’s Technical Team through the Contact Us page.


Meguiar’s Answers Frequently Asked Questions about Auto Detailing Clay

Find out all you need to know about Auto Detailing Clay. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Feel free to contact the Meguiar’s Technical Team through the Contact Us page.


Meguiar’s Answers Frequently Asked Questions about Paint Care

Find out the answers to commonly asked questions about Paint Care. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Feel free to ask the Meguiar’s Technical Team through the Contact Us page.


Meguiar’s Answers General Frequently Asked Questions

Find out the answers to commonly asked question. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Feel free to ask the Meguiar’s Technical Team through the Contact Us page.


Meguiar’s Answers Frequently Asked Questions about Products

Find out the questions commonly asked about Meguiar’s products. Can’t find the answer to your question? Feel free to contact the Meguiar’s Technical Team through the Contact Us page.


Meguiar’s Dispels a Dirty Dozen - List of Common Car Care Myths

Separating Fact from Fiction Eliminates Misconceptions and Mistakes


Swirl Marks

The most often stated complaint about new car finishes has transitioned from oxidation to “swirl marks”...those fine hairline, circular scratches that you see on dark-coloured cars in direct sunlight.  The good news is that while they cannot be completely prevented, they can be easily removed when you are armed with the right products and information.


The Secret to a “Smooth-as-Glass” Finish - Claying

Find out how you can get the surface of your car to feel “as smooth as glass”. The secret is known as “claying” and it’s the key to getting rid of those bonded contaminants which cause your paint finish to feel rough and bumpy.