Thickest, longest lasting wax for northeast winters aka SALT! ?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by SpeedyGST, Aug 21, 2004.

  1. SpeedyGST

    SpeedyGST Guest

    what would be the best bet for waxes to do right before the snow flies to keep my baby from rusting out?

    help scott!
     
  2. perry

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    IBScottsays#16
     
  3. RedGoober4Life

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    Nope, I'm going to say it!

    #16 is the longest lasting wax I have used to date :)
     
  4. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    #16 is very durable. An even more durable combo would be to use one of Poorboy's EX sealants and top with #16.
     
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    Chadder007 OG Diamond Member

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    If the salt is that bad....why not get a 3M Clear bra put on the front of the car at least?
     
  6. Geoffman72

    Geoffman72 Rotary/Boxer Owned

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    I'm not familiar with that specific bra, but most bras are bad for paint as dirt/salt/etc get built up underneath and even a slight flapping in the wind will erode the paint.
     
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    Chadder007 OG Diamond Member

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    No no....its not like a regular crappy bra... This one uses a special adhesive to stick to the paint. So it doesn't rub or flap.
     
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    I'd also have to give one up for the Klasse AIO/SG combo. :)
     
  9. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I'd agree. Pretty tough stuff. Too bad SG can be finicky to use, especially on humid days. :sad2:
     

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