Expanded Truck Care From Meguiar's

June 2021 Products Web Exclusive

Meguiar's announced the addition of its newest item for professional detailers and detailing enthusiasts, Meguiar’s Last Touch Spray Detailer. Last Touch Spray Detailer has been a go-to in the professional detailing community for well over a decade now as a clay bar lubricant and as a final wipe down before a customer takes delivery of their car. Now, this professional-grade detailer will be available in a conveniently pre-diluted formula that’s ready to use right out of the bottle.

Last Touch Spray Detailer is the perfect solution for gently removing fresh surface contaminants like dust, smudges, fingerprints, and other contaminants while quickly enhancing a trucks’s gloss and protection. This versatile formula is safe and effective on paint, chrome, plastic and vinyl. With a loyal following, the product has been available for years in 1-gallon and 5-gallon containers providing customers with a way to maintain paint, enhance protection, and get incredible gloss. Whether professional detailer or detailing enthusiast, this all-new pre-diluted formula delivers pro-grade results without having to fuss with dilution ratios.

Meguiar’s ready-to-use, professional line already features four products including the Hyper Dressing, Citrus Power Cleaner Plus, Non-Acid Wheel & Tire Cleaner, and Iron Removing Spray “Clay”.

Meguiar’s Last Touch Spray Detailer has an MSRP of $11.99 and is available in a 32 oz. bottle.

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