Is the McKee’s 37 Hydro Blue Sio2 Coating the easiest way to wax your
car Jeep ever?
I will let you decide.
First, let me share some background. I watch YouTube all of the time trying to learn new things. It’s one of the ways I learned to blog, create this website and of course it has helped me learn to work on the Jeep.
With this said, you cannot believe everything you see on YouTube. There are some who claim to have the latest miracle cure for whatever ails you, but all they really want to do is separate you from your money.
One recent YouTube video was successful in causing me to part with some of my hard-earned money. (let’s hope I didn’t buy snake oil!)
Want to know what that product was that caught my eye?
Yes, I did tell you in the opening, but act surprised anyway. The product is called McKee’s 37 Hydro Blue Sio2 Coating. (I had to put it in the title to help with SEO — if you don’t know what SEO is, you can learn about it on YouTube 😉 ).
So enough of me typing, let’s look at the proof. Here is a video I did on Sunday afternoon while washing the family fleet of vehicles after this past weeks snow. We had 11 inches of snow here in North Carolina on Wednesday and now it’s mid 50’s and were out washing cars on Sunday. (I love NC 😎 ).
Here’s the video:
So what do you think about McKee’s 37 Hydro Blue Sio2 Spray?
Is this the easiest way to wax your car? Yes, I think so.
I will still need to do some greater testing and to see how long it lasts, but if you install it once every few months it really does seem to be extremely easy.
Thanks all for the review.
I do want to disclose, I did not get paid for this review, but I am happy to review products as long as companies know I will give you an honest opinion and I ask that you, my dear reader do the same for me.
Let me know what you think. Was this review good? Was it pure junk? If you liked it hit the thumbs up on the video. Hated it? Tell me that too by giving it a thumb down.
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Okay, off to play with the Jeep!