If you’re after a wax that provides solid protection to your paintwork without the need for hours of buffing, the Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Wax, an apply and rinse off product, and Ceramic Liquid Wax are designed to make producing that finish a simple process.

Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Wax

You don’t have to be some sort of hardened cleaning expert to appreciate a top product like this. In fact, this rather clever bottle of Meguiar’s goodness is arguably even better for those who aren’t particularly into hours of detailing at all.

The idea is that the Meguiar’s’ Hybrid Ceramic Wax waxes your motor as you rinse it off. So it’s just a case of spraying it on, rinsing it off, and well, that’s about your lot! There’s no buffing, no curing time and no mess.

Using advanced Si02 technology, it also adds a hardcore layer of protection offering durability and water beading that far surpasses a conventional wax. Being consummate professionals in the art of laziness ourselves, it’s hard to argue with that concept.

Price: £23 (768ml) – Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Wax

Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax

It’s always been about personal preference when it comes to hard or liquid waxes, but if you prefer the latter, you’ll struggle to find a better one than this Si02-enriched product from the Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic range.

This new wax is as easy to apply as a conventional wax but it also has Si02 technology that seals in the ceramic protection. Ceramic coatings were once reserved for professional application but this new product brings the technology to the masses. Simply apply a thin amount of product to a panel, let it cure for 3-5-minutes and then wipe off.

The formula produces a slick, protective, water beading layer between your paint and the elements. There’s no excessive rubbing, tricky application procedures or precise curing and removal requirements.  When done, you’re left with ceramic protection and durability that lasts well beyond a conventional wax.

Price: £29 (473ml) – Meguiar’s Hybrid Cermaic Liquid Wax