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What is the best Wax???

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    zainooooooooo
    Your first issue is that you arent handwashing your car. I took the xA only once to a automatic car wash. And that was the last time. Now in reference to wax, I use Meguiars clay bar kit and then use NXT.
    I tried Eagle 1 Nano Wax and was very happy with the results. My car looked like a mirror. Even two weeks after waxing I washed it and it still looked shiny. BTW I never go to a car wash anymore. They left drying rag by mistake one day and I swear it felt like sand paper.
    How about some of this wax its a lot closer to our price range compared to that $11,000 wax. SwissVax It's only $1,100US.
    I wash my car with Armor-all car wash liquid with carnauba, clay it with meguiars, and wax it with the old school Turtle Wax paste = smooooothhhhh
    I just finished waxing my car 5 minutes ago. Collinite Insulator Wax!!! by far the best wax i've ever put on my car. its got a great shine snd keeps the shine for a long time
    I am not going to argue what the best wax is because I'm still learning, but I'm thinking I'll try the smart wax and some of the other stuff Doc was talking about on Autopia-carcare.com
    Orin wrote:
    I am not going to argue what the best wax is because I'm still learning, but I'm thinking I'll try the smart wax and some of the other stuff Doc was talking about on Autopia-carcare.com



    Its all opinion based too
    _vixen wrote:
    I hear you on this one. I stopped using car washes about 2 years ago. I wash my car myself. Its better for your cars paint in the long run.

    As for waxes, it really depends on your preference as as well. There are liquid waxes, paste waxes, and spray waxes. Which ever one you prefer my suggestion would be its a Meguiar's brand because thats all I use, and their products rule all

    What Mayo suggested is an exellent choice, but it is kind of pricey. I believe they run for about $12. If you're looking for something a little less expensive I would suggest is Meguiar's COLORx which is a Best Car Drying Towels and wax (good for those lil scratches you have now and also good for brighting the color of your car) or Meguiar's Cleaner Wax, both products go for about $7 a piece.

    Thanks For the post dear. It was a Nicely guide for who looking for best and accurate car polishing.
    Jack2soniyal wrote:
    _vixen wrote:
    I hear you on this one. I stopped using car washes about 2 years ago. I wash my car myself. Its better for your cars paint in the long run.

    As for waxes, it really depends on your preference as as well. There are liquid waxes, paste waxes, and spray waxes. Which ever one you prefer my suggestion would be its a Meguiar's brand because thats all I use, and their products rule all

    What Mayo suggested is an exellent choice, but it is kind of pricey. I believe they run for about $12. If you're looking for something a little less expensive I would suggest is Meguiar's COLORx which is a Best Car Drying Towels and wax (good for those lil scratches you have now and also good for brighting the color of your car) or Meguiar's Cleaner Wax, both products go for about $7 a piece.

    Thanks For the post dear. It was a Nicely guide for who looking for best and accurate car polishing.


    you do realize this post is a decade old.
    WHOA.. major necro-posting! Almost sounds like the spam/trolls we saw earlier this year. I think they do this to "Test" the site.. we'll be keeping an eye on this member.
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