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Old 02-10-2013, 12:56 AM   #1
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Best wax. What shines your pony?

Ok guys, we were talking about what the best wax to use on your car is. We are talkin about wax, not polish. What is the best wax and the best product that will keep us from having water spots. Give us the list. What is the best?
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I've tried a lot (black cars are rather difficult).

I've really liked the results of meguire's tech wax 2.0. Deepest black I've found.

Turtle wax ice was decent, but just get the same depth of black and lasting shine.
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I've tried a lot (black cars are rather difficult).

I've really liked the results of meguire's tech wax 2.0. Deepest black I've found.

Turtle wax ice was decent, but just get the same depth of black and lasting shine.
Awesome. My black truck is the same way. You can see every finger print. Kills me.
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Colonite 845, check it out on the AutoGeek forums and website. It's very long lasting wax. It's not something you can buy over the counter locally. I've also used Meguair's successfully on my black SVT Cobra. The key to a good wax shine is proper prepping of the paint. A very good wash followed up with claying the paint to remove contaminants. I recommend you join the AutoGeek forum it is filled with tips and tricks and many threads on the best finish for black cars.
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Colonite 845 it isn't the glossiest but it lasts 4+ months no joke. I have used it on my mustang once and I bought my car in July. My brother uses it on his 2012 charge rt as well and loves it.
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I use Jax Wax Liquid Carnauba Paste Wax. Looks great on all colors. Easy on/off even in full sun. I haven't tried their cherry wet wax but others swear by it.
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Heres a question. Is it ever too cold outside to use a wax? Supposed to be like 40° here, which is the best it'll get for awhile. I plan to wash the pony later, might just wax it too.
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Meguiars ultimate for longevity and protection. Turtle Wax Carnuba paste wax has best shine and depth. Layer a sealant under a carnuba for best of both worlds, auto geek is a great suggestion to learn about waxes/sealants/polish and prep.

Wax! It's almost as bad as an oil thread. Whatever you try and like is the best for you!

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Heres a question. Is it ever too cold outside to use a wax? Supposed to be like 40° here, which is the best it'll get for awhile. I plan to wash the pony later, might just wax it too.
Sealants need to bond to the surface and take longer to 'cure'. Not too cold, but I'd wax at 40F+ To ensure a good bond. If its warm enough to wash its warm enough to wax.
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Meguiars ultimate for longevity and protection. Turtle Wax Carnuba paste wax has best shine and depth. Layer a sealant under a carnuba for best of both worlds, auto geek is a great suggestion to learn about waxes/sealants/polish and prep.

Wax! It's almost as bad as an oil thread. Whatever you try and like is the best for you!

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Sealants need to bond to the surface and take longer to 'cure'. Not too cold, but I'd wax at 40F+ To ensure a good bond. If its warm enough to wash its warm enough to wax.
That's kind of how it started. Someone asked about wax. I told him it'd be personal preference but wanted to know what everybody liked.
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I use Jax Wax Liquid Carnauba Paste Wax. Looks great on all colors. Easy on/off even in full sun. I haven't tried their cherry wet wax but others swear by it.
+1 on the jax wax. It's really good stuff. I use the cherry wax and it really does give the paint a wet look.
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+1 on the jax wax. It's really good stuff. I use the cherry wax and it really does give the paint a wet look.
Does it last and repel water?
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Does it last and repel water?
Yea it is a natural wax so it has a greater shine but a less hardy nature than a synthetic. I put on the last coat about 3 months ago and it still has a wet shine. I love this stuff. I've used meguiars and mothers and I feel that since they are household names they skimp a little on the quality compared to jax. It still beads like crazy even after 3 months. Their spray wax, or detailer wax is also great and doesn't leave a residue like other brands.
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Yea it is a natural wax so it has a greater shine but a less hardy nature than a synthetic. I put on the last coat about 3 months ago and it still has a wet shine. I love this stuff. I've used meguiars and mothers and I feel that since they are household names they skimp a little on the quality compared to jax. It still beads like crazy even after 3 months. They're spray wax, or detailer wax is also great and doesn't leave a residue like other brands.
Where do you get it?
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The Liquid Carnauba Paste Wax is durable but is not a concern to me as I can wax the stang in about 20 minutes. Nothing else is so easy.
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Where do you get it?
I believe jegs had it cheaper than their own site.
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I use mequires carnauba wax it works good and smells amazing !!!
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That's kind of how it started. Someone asked about wax. I told him it'd be personal preference but wanted to know what everybody liked.
Ok, gotcha. I like the Turtle Wax black box kit for black cars. It's a cleaner wax and carnuba wax kit, two stages. Always have a great result.
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I use CG sealant and DODO juice. All can be found at Autogeek.net plus much more.
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How often to wax? And my car is also black .. Wanted to know best way to wash ... Being sponge or just car wash spraying it down .. How do I get the real grime off without scratches ?...
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How often to wax? And my car is also black .. Wanted to know best way to wash ... Being sponge or just car wash spraying it down .. How do I get the real grime off without scratches ?...
Check out autogeek.com as said before, they spell out all steps.

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1. Rinse car with hose
2. Use microfiber wash mit/sponge in car wash bucket or terry cloth/sheep skin
3. Rinse sponge in rinse bucket
4. Rinse car with hose ( top down one section at a time: roof, hood, grill, top half of each side, bottom half of each side, back of car, wheels.)
5. Dry with clean shammy or microfiber towel
6. Wax
7. Detail wheels and trim

Wash weekly or bi-weekly and wax when the car no longer beads water (1-3months depending on product/environment)

Clay bar once a year after a wash and wash again before waxing (clay removes bonded contaminants and other wax)

At least that's the method I like to use that keeps off scratches and dirt. There are many small variations of washing, so research and do what your comfortable with.

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How often to wax? And my car is also black .. Wanted to know best way to wash ... Being sponge or just car wash spraying it down .. How do I get the real grime off without scratches ?...
IMO..I would never use a sponge as it collects everything. I only wash using a very good soap (Meg's etc) and a microfiber mitt or towel. I also always use a two bucket system with a grit guard. One bucket soap and then rinse microfiber out in clean bucket to remove any particles. The grit guard allows any particles to settle at the bottom so you have no risk of marring the paint. If you have dollars to spare a foam gun is really the way to go...never used one but have seen how awesome they are.

I actually treat my paint with a sealant every six months and apply a quality wax ( Dodo Juice Light Fantastic) every thirty days. In spring I hit the panels with Meg's 205 with a white pad and low pressure to remove any minor imperfections and prior waxings. In addition ONCE a year before applying Meg's 205 I was the car with Dawn dish soap to remove any oils or other products on the panels and then do a full claying. I have yet to try a waterless wash, but plan on trying some this season. As I mentioned Dodo Juice makes waxes for all colors...for my car Light Fantastic is my personal fav.
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Colonite 845, check it out on the AutoGeek forums and website. It's very long lasting wax. It's not something you can buy over the counter locally. I've also used Meguair's successfully on my black SVT Cobra. The key to a good wax shine is proper prepping of the paint. A very good wash followed up with claying the paint to remove contaminants. I recommend you join the AutoGeek forum it is filled with tips and tricks and many threads on the best finish for black cars.
just in case you were not aware if you become a VIP member on Autogeek you also get a 10% discount.
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Best wax I've come across for daily usage is Blitz Wax. Stuff lasts forever and then after each was I use a little Eagle One Nano Spray Wax. As for cleaning the car, NO SPONGES PLEASE! You're just pushing dirt around and across your paint. Need something to trap the dirt. I really like the products from http://www.adamspolishes.com/. Got a lot and been very pleased with all the cleaning and dress up products I've purchased.
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Having a black car I've learned the best way to maintain it is to have as little contact with the car as possible. I dont have a real foam gun but I have a wand I bought on seasonal closeout at Target for $5. It has a container to hold car wash soap. I use Meguiar's gold wash mixed with a bit of waterless wash fluid which makes it very slick. I soap up the car from top to bottom with that. Then rinse. Then wash using 2 bucket method with grit guard and microfiber mitts. I use 3 buckets. 1 rinse 1 wash for top 2/3's of car and 1 wash for lower 1/3 and wheels. Then I dry it with a leaf blower. This gets 95% of the water off, especially the stuff in cracks and behind mirrors. Always do it in shade to avoid water spots. Finally I wipe it dry with my best microfiber cloths. Another way is to do final dry with detailing spray. That way you are never wiping a cloth across the car dry. Black is hard and scratches so easy. Last year on advice from Autogeek experts I used sealant after I detailed with Meguiar's DA Microfiber kit and a Griots Garage 6" DA Buffer. I put 3 coats of sealer on it. Then I waxed with Optimum Quick Car wax. Just spray and wipe. It has UV inhibitors and was designed by a chemist who designed clear coat. It protects clear coat. Then after washes I used Optimum quick detailer which refreshes the wax. It has UV inhibitors in it too. The sealant was also from Optimum. It was like $39.00. If you watch Autogeek they have great BOGO Sales. This is the best way to stock up on chemicals and MF Towels. Don't skimp on MF Towels.

Our Cobra is our fun car, not a daily driver and is garaged. So sometimes when it's just dusty I go to the local do it yourself car wash and soap it up and rinse it off rather than drag everything out at home. Plus my local car wash has shade. NEVER use an automatic car wash with brushes! This will scratch the crap out of your car. I'm no expert, and I'm still learning, but I've learned a lot from Autogeek. I bought their downloadable E-book for $14. Well worth it. Also many of the people on there are professional detailers and are very willing to help. I have a standing offer from one guy to take my car and my detailing equipment to his shop and he will show me how to do paint correction properly.

One last thing, also go on Meguiar's forum. They go around the country and offer seminars on their products. I went last year and the rep used my car as a demo. I got my paint thickness read by him with an $800 meter, it was still 75-85% of the clear coat there. And he corrected and detailed my hood. That was cool.

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A wax alone won't give you very good results. Sure it looks good for a bit but any carnauba wax will evaporate off right away. Of You want to get an amazing system for amazing protection and shine check out ammonyc.Com. It's amazing stuff and with the proper work will keep your ride looking great for years.
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One of the things I was told was that wax will attract and trap dust, dirt, pollen, and sealant won't. This seemed to be true. I drove around with just the sealant for about a month. Before you use sealant you need to totally strip the finish of any old wax. I use dawn for this, but their are also some chemicals made just for this that won't harm the paint. I can't wait until the weather is warm enough to detail the car. It's currently 33 here in Reading PA. I missed my opportunity in January when it was 60, I was sick those 2 days.

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What do you find is the best product for chrome wheels to seal and protect them. Right now I'm using Meguiar's chrome wheel polish. It looks great when I do it, but it doesn't seem to hold up. Also do you use a polishing product like the Mothers or Meguiar's foam bullet attachment for your drill?
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I use meguiars nxt tech wax or ultimate liquid wax. I find meguiars is the best name in car care hands down.
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Have any of u guys used the wet obsession wax on obsessivedetail . com? Looks amazing from the customer pics ive seen on there. Pretty pricey tho
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What i do is if your finish is in good shape is use a good cleaner wax first megs or mothers then top it with collinite 476s double coat wax the wax is super durable and will still bead for a few months after.
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