Old Carnuba wax

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  1. edrox

    edrox A good man, and thorough

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    Got all my cool supplies from Excell Detail this week. Anxious to get started, but they were out of the Carnuba Moose Wax that I wanted. I have a very old can of Eagle One Carnuba, but it has separated and hardened a bit. Think it is still OK to use, or should I get some other wax?
     
  2. exceldetail

    exceldetail New Member

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    Try to remelt it !
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Use low heat though, carnauba wax will start melting pretty quickly in that form.

    If you want something you can get that is close to the CMW appearance, pick up a bottle or can of Meguiars #26. The appearance is a bit softer than CMW but it is similarly deep and wet.
     
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    edrox A good man, and thorough

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    I ended up using some NXT. I would love to post pics but, I got finished after dark. Then, of course, it looks like Rain today.... :crying:
     
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