? about wet wax stuff

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by WooleyBooger, Jul 24, 2002.

  1. WooleyBooger

    WooleyBooger OT Supporter

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    Anyone know anything about that Eagle One wax while you wash stuff? It looks like it works pretty good, but i wanted to hear from someone who had experience with it before i tried it.
     
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    I've found in my own experience that a separate wash, polish, wax system will produce better results. You won't get as good of a protective seal with a wash/wax mixture.
     
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    Once again:

     
  4. Scottwax

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    According to a few people who tried it on a dedicated detailing site ( www.autopia-carcare.com ), it is easy to use but the shine starts to fade in a few days and it stops beading after a week or so. You can get just as good (if you want to call that good) from a quick detail product.

    If you want a wax that is going to last an apreciable amount of time, you are going to have to put some effort into it. If you want an incredibly easy wax to use, go to www.americanshine.com and try their carnuba wax. Wipes on and off. Real good shine too.
     

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